Our expert says:
It is possible, and common, for a woman to be a virgin and not have pain or blood during her first intercourse. There are many reasons for this. Perhaps her hymen has already been stretched in other ways, including a regular gynecological exam, through horseback riding, or even by inserting a tampon. The hymen is a thin membrane surrounding the vaginal opening, partially blocking it, but almost never covering the opening completely. If it did, a woman couldn't menstruate. Hymens come in various sizes and shapes, and, for most women, the hymen stretches easily.
So to answer your question - YES it's normal
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