What every woman should understand about their v@gina

The female vegee is an elastic and muscular canal with a soft and flexible lining that provides lubrication and sensation. The vegee connects the uterus to the outside world.

The vulva and labia form the entrance, and the cervix of the uterus protrudes into the vagina, forming the interior end.

What every woman should understand about their v@gina

The vagina receives the penis during sexual intercourse and also serves as a conduit for menstrual flow from the uterus. During childbirth, the baby passes through the vagina (birth canal).

The hymen is a thin membrane of tissue that surrounds and narrows the vaginal opening. It may be torn or ruptured by sexual activity or by exercise.

You and your vegee have been through a lot together: Your first tampon, your first relationship, your first orgasm. But how much do you actually know about her? Well, it's time to get reacquainted with your homegirl's fun quirks. Let's do this!

1. Not every woman is born with a hymen. That thin membrane partially covering the entrance to the vegee isn't guaranteed, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

And even if you were born with one, playing sports as a kid, using tampons, or random medical procedures can "break" it. So not having a hymen doesn't really mean you've never had s3x before.

2. Labia come in all shapes and sizes. The labia majora, or the lip-like tissue around the opening of your vegee, can be as little as one quarter inch or up to two inches wide, per ACOG. So, yeah, every girl is a unique and special unicorn. Continue Reading

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