5 Facts you should all know about your vagina

Our bodies are so complex, that we sometimes avoid asking too many questions. When you should! Knowing your own body will make your relationship better, and for your sexual anatomy your sexual relationships will flourish. Here are 5 essential things you should know about your vagina, make sure you let your partner know about your discoveries!

1/ We can have an erection like men!

An erection is not only for men! Women can also have an erection and this occurs within the clitoris. When you are excited, the increase in blood makes our clitoris grow, making it harder and more sensitive, sometimes even painful.

2/ Do not confuse the vagina with the vulva

The vagina is the internal organ which links the uterus to the vulva. It is through the vagina that during sex a mans penis enters during penetration, and where the baby passes during child birth. The vulva, is a generic term for the external organs, such as the urethra, clitoris and lips.


3/ We an be excited even if our vagina isn’t lubricated

You can be excited even if your sex isn’t wet. It is harder for penetration, but there exists lots of different options and accessories that will help you get past dryness, such as gels and other lubricant solutions. This is why it is important to take your time with foreplay, which some men can find difficult to understand, when they can be excited so quickly and easily.

4/ The majority of us don’t reach a vaginal orgasm

As you may already know, there are two types of orgasms: vaginal orgasms and clitoral orgasms. It is the clitoris which is the most sensitive, and the easiest to help you reach orgasm, with gentle caresses and sucking.

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5/ The G spot is not the same location for everyone: here is how to find it

The G spot is the area in our vagina which will give us the most intense pleasure, but it is positioned differently for everyone. Here is how you can find it:

a/ Lubricate your fingers and insert them inside your vagina, palm facing upwards.

b/ Push your fingers inside until your feel the cervix.

c/ Slide your fingers out towards the exterior and caress the wall of the vagina where it is most sensitive.

d/ Flip your fingers, as if you are coaxing someone towards you.

e/ Start gently, then apply more pressure slowly.


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