The woman’s vag1na is like a mysterious dungeon filled with many secrets. The deeper you go the more you are likely to discover all the amazing things about this precious jewel that has caused the downfall of many great men.
Now, there has been some myths about the vag1na that this article is going to clarity.
Below are top 10 things about the Vag1na you probably didn’t know about.
1. The Vulva is not the vag1na. The vag1na is a 3- to 6-inch-long muscular canal that runs from the cervix, the lower part of the uterus, to the outside of the body. The vulva is all the outer stuff — including the labia, urethra, clitoris, and vaginal opening. You should know the difference because it’s empowering to understand your body’s anatomy. Also when your partner is playing around, you as the woman will know how to guide him properly.
2. Most people can’t orgasm from vaginal penetration alone. Surprised? Don’t be. A little over 18 percent of women can reach orgasm from penetration alone. For the other 80 percent, the key orgasmic ingredient is the clitoris. Some people can experience both a vag1nal and clitoral orgasm at the same time, also called a “blended orgasm,” which may sound rare but it’s totally achievable. For such women, all you need is your tongue and your hands to perform great magic if your pen.is not able to help her cum.
3. Not all people with vaginas are women.
I know this comes as a bit of shock. But take for example Nigerian Cross- dresser Bobrisky. He used to have a manhood but now he is fully a woman with vag1na and breasts.There are also many people in the United States and other parts of the world who have a vag1na who aren’t women. They may identify as a man or nonbinary.
4. The Vag1na tears during childbirth. Now before you get all scared about your precious jewel going wonky, it is imperative for you to know that this is a normal part of childbirth and your body is designed to bounce back. Upwards of 79 percent of vag1nal deliveries include tearing or require an incision. These “injuries” can be minor tears or a longer cut (called an episiotomy) made intentionally by a healthcare provider when, for example, the baby is positioned feet-first or the delivery needs to happen faster. Scary? Yes. Insurmountable? Not by a long shot. Your vag1na is resilient and, due to ample blood supply, actually heals quicker than other parts of the body. So don’t worry, your little lady is totally fine.
5. The ‘A-spot’: This is a secret only few people know. Most people have focused on finding the ‘G- Spot’ they’ve never thought about the ‘A’ Spot.
The anterior fornix, or the “A-spot,” is a little alcove that sits way back on the belly side of the cervix, a good distance deeper in the vagina than the G-spot.
According to a 1997 study, stimulating your A-spot is an easy way to create more lubrication in the vag1na. 15 percent of participants in the study reached orgasm from 10 to 15 minutes of A-spot stimulation. So when your woman is finding it hard to reach orgasm or get wet, just help her find her A-spot and you are good to go.
6. The Vag1n.a won’t ‘pop’ during a first time s3x encounter. It’s not a cherry! Every woman is born with a hymen. It’s a thin piece of skin that stretches across part of the vaginal opening.
Despite what you may have heard, at no point in your life will this piece of skin ‘pop.’ It’s not a piece of bubble gum, after all.
Hymens often tear before a person ever has penetrative sex, during some unsexy activity like riding a bike or putting in a tampon. But it’s also common for the hymen to tear during sex, in which case a bit of blood is to be expected. But its not such a big deal. Once its out of the way, s3x becomes more pleasurable.
7. The clitoris has twice as many nerve endings as the pen.is. The manhood is known to have over 4,000 nerve endings while the clitoris on the other hand has 8,000. When you want your woman to scream your name, use your tongue and your fingers. She’ll cook you the best breakfast you’ve ever had!!
8. The vagina is self-cleaning. Let it do its thing.
The vag1na has an army of specialized bacteria exist for the sole purpose of keeping your vaginal pH at an optimal level to ward off other hostile bacteria. It’s totally normally to see discharge which may be thin or thick, clear or whiteish in your undies at the end of the day. This is the result of your vagina’s cleaning efforts.
Cleaning techniques like douching are a bad idea because they can throw off this natural balance, leading to problems like bacterial vaginosis and infection. So next time you want to stick something inside your Vag1na, think twice about it.
9.You can get ‘wet’ without being sexually aroused.
When a vagina is wet, the person must want to have sex right? Well you are absolutely wrong. Vag1nas can get wet for a bunch of reasons. Hormones cause cervical mucus to be excreted daily. The vulva has a high concentration of sweat glands. Also, vaginas can automatically produce lubrication when they’re touched, regardless of arousal. (A phenomenon called arousal non-concordance, that’s more common in womenTrusted Source.)
Remember: Vaginal wetness should never be considered a signal of consent. Consent has to be verbalized. Period. Oh, and pee often finds its way onto the vulva.
10. Childbirth doesn’t permanently stretch out the vagina, but expect some changes.
After having a vag1na birth, your vagina and vulva will likely feel bruised and swollen. It’s also common for your vagina to feel more open than normal on account of the human that recently passed through.
But don’t worry, the swollenness and openness subsides within a few days. Then there’s the dryness. The postpartum body makes less estrogen, which is partially responsible for vaginal lubrication. So you’ll feel drier overall after giving birth, and especially when breastfeeding because this further suppresses estrogen production.
Although your vagina will likely remain a little wider than it was pre-birth, you can keep your vaginal muscles toned and healthy by practicing regular pelvic floor exercises and some yoga. It will come back to its normal state after a little while.