Even if you've lost it already, in France the government will pay doctors to give it back.
Dr Paniel doesn't issue "virginity certificates" as some of his colleagues do, but perhaps just as controversially – and resulting in the same effect – he does provide his patients with vials of blood to produce on their wedding night. It is an understatement to observe that such (in our culture) medieval-era proofs of virginity – blood on the wedding night sheets displayed to witnesses – is utterly outmoded, a relic of pre-enlightened times in Judaism and Christianity. But the continuing, and consequential fixation with virginity amongst observant Muslim men is a reality, and the practice of hymenoplasty has now become a legal and political hot chestnut in France.
He'll also give you a surgically reconstructed hymen, at taxpayer expense, that is assuming that you had a hymen at one time. Isn't this gender discrimination? What about men who want hymens? Aren't they equally deprived? And isn't this just more evidence that France wants you to laugh at it?
Via Just A Girl In Short Shorts Talking About Whatever, who has some rather frank opinions on the topic.