12 Vagina Facts That Would Make Penises Jealous
A vagina is a complicated thing. It has been both revered and reviled for centuries, but the truth of the matter is that it’s just as amazing as a penis without all those pesky balls dangling around. And for this blog post, we’re going to take a closer look at some vagina facts you may not have known about
What do you know about the vagina? If you’re like most people, not a whole lot. Sure, they’ve seen it in porn or heard their friends talk about how great they are at oral sex. But what do vaginas actually look like on the inside and why is that important to know? This article will go over some of the best facts about vaginas that would make penises jealous
Vagina Facts That Would Make Penises Jealous
First things first – vaginas are not just for show. They can actually give birth to whole human babies
Respect is the most important thing you can have as a man. It’s true that we all know this, but it bears repeating because respect deserves more recognition than just one simple word: penis.
The vagina is a truly amazing organ with the power to stretch three times its original size.
And we all know that’s the measurement that matters. The typical baseline diameter of a vagina is about 3 cm, according to Yale Medical School clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology Mary Jane Minkin, MD An infant’s head can stretch up to 10 centimeters across when giving birth- which means there might be some room left over.
It can also grow nearly 50% longer.
The Minkin study found that a woman’s vaginal length can increase up to 11 cm during arousal.
What’s the deal with your vagina? Is it a grower or shower, you ask. Well according to Dr. Minkin (American Association of Gynecologists and Obstetricians), during arousal our vaginas can lengthen from 7-8cm up to 11 cm.
The vagina is like a self-cleaning oven. It’s designed to clean and moisturize itself naturally, without any help from you.
Women’s vaginas are self-cleaning ovens for bad bacteria, and you don’t need to douche. Women naturally produce fluids that help clean the vagina. While it cleans itself out with natural pH adjustments so there is no need in bothering yourself by placing chemicals inside your body when all may be perfectly fine without them.
The vagina is a self-cleaning oven. The natural fluids it produces to flush out bad bacteria are enough of an antiseptic on its own. Without the need for douching which can cause further irritation and dryness in some cases.
Most women don’t need lube, says Minkin. They’ve got their own way of getting ready to get down. “It’s called arousal.” Most people are wet enough just from being turned on these days! Hand lotion and tissue? As if.
When women get turned on in public, no one has to know.
Hiding a raging boner is challenging, but not impossible. I’ve been able to keep mine under control for the most part with some creative concealment techniques and lots of male public restrooms visits! Guys may find it hard on their health too – they need good bladder muscles or else things can get messy quickly.
It’s impossible to hide a raging boner. I don’t know how you guys do it, but ladies needn’t worry about any of their friends or family seeing what they’re doing.
Vaginas have their own workout gear
Kegel exercises can help you achieve stronger orgasms and lead a healthier life. They strengthen the muscles surrounding your vaginal canal. This gives women more intense contractions during sex or solo playtime for when they need that extra stimulation! You do kegel exercises on your own time any place without having to worry about forgetting what’s happening in front of everyone else (or getting embarrassed).
Kegels exercise the pelvic floor muscles that surround your vaginal canal. When these are strengthened, they give more intense contractions during orgasms and can be done anytime anywhere without any equipment.
You can have two of them
The vagina is a highly specialized organ that has three parts: upper part with skin referred to as “hymen” which can be broken by penetrative sex; lower portion containing muscular walls separating them separated down the middle by a vaginal divider called “septum”. Some women are born without it so they don’t know what I’m talking about while some others opt for removal surgery when they get older. Septums usually go unnoticed but sometimes push up against tampons or other objects being inserted into their bodies during foreplay sessions.
You can put stuff in it
With Broad City’s Ilana Glazer, the vagina is a “nature’s pocket” where you should never put anything other than clean fingers and hungry tongues. But there are many wonderful things one can store in their nether regions–like penises! We’ve tried it ourselves (we didn’t like how awful it sounded) but this article will teach you about some fun ways to get creative with your bits by storing them down south for later use or even just depending on all those juicy inches as storage space during busy days at work.
When you’re being a dick, no one calls you “a vagina.”
The vagina is a more common pejorative than dick. The term “dick” is often used to insult men not thought to be masculine enough, or who are being too feminine. There’s also an implication of being cowardly since it’s the male sex organ most vulnerable to attack by its opponent in mating struggles.
The vagina, unlike the penis, is not just an organ. It’s a complex and beautiful body part that deserves to be celebrated with facts like these. Females have an amazing body capable of many things. The vagina is a complex organ with various functions, which are not fully understood by science yet.