Now you must be wondering, can virgins use cups? Of course! I, myself, am a virgin who uses a cup! Using a cup is like using a tampon, anyone can use it (unless the doctor told you not to use internal hygiene products). Also, you do not have to have used a tampon to use a cup! I even know someone who started their first period with pads, and from their second, used cups. It might be harder to get used to, but it is definitely possible. Since you cannot feel it once it is inside, people who have never used tampons get used to it very quickly.
Virgins tend to like smaller folds so the cup is smaller for insertion. For folds that are recommended for virgins, check out the “folds” tab.
Like any internal hygiene product, your hymen can be stretched or torn when wearing a cup. The hymen could also be in the way of inserting a cup. If needed, you can stretch your hymen a bit to make insertion even easier. This is not necessary, but some people find it helps. However, this can also happen when playing sports, riding a bike, or even stretching your body! If your religion or family values requires you to have a hymen in tact until marriage, then it is not recommended that you use a menstrual cup