Mind Blowing Facts You Don’t Know About Your Female Parts

Mind Blowing Facts You Don’t Know About Your Female Parts

The female world is a completely and entirely different universe. It’s no surprise that men find it so complicated to understand women; even our lady parts can cause great confusion and unlike men, we have a lot more going on down there than they do. Growing up we might have grabbed a mirror to see what things look like down south. The truth of the matter is that it is complicated, but also absolutely fascinating.

What’s even more surprising is that most women ignore these 15 interesting facts about their private parts. If you stick around and keep reading, you’ll discover how amazing and incredible it is to be a woman and to have such a complex and interesting area in our body.

It is true, that when it comes to private parts men are from Mars and women are from Venus. I bet this list will leave you intrigued and marvelled to have been born a woman. It might even boost your sex life and it will definitely leave you happy to grow older.15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Private Parts

1. Our Hair Down There Has Three Functions

We didn’t have it as children but when we hit puberty it grew. Even though pubic hair might seem completely unnecessary and a reason to spend money waxing another area of our body, it actually has three important reasons for its existence.

  1. It protects the vagina
  2. It sends signals to potential partners that you are biologically ready to procreate.
  3. It’s full of pheromones that attract the opposite sex.

2. Pain During The Deed is Not That Rare

Around 30% of women have felt pain during their last session of intercourse. Chronic pain during sex can be caused by a condition called vulvadynia. Nevertheless it is actually pretty common for women to experience certain amount of pain during sexual intercourse.

This however (if not caused by an illness) can be prevented with simple tips, like using more lube, changing positions or taking a longer time with foreplay. This is all designed to give the vagina the correct preparation to increase its size and make it better prepared for sex.

3. Your Vagina Can Grow In Size, Just Like The Male Member

If you thought that only men’s penises could grow when aroused then you were wrong.

The vagina can expand to around twice as big as its original size, which is around three to four inches deep.

This process is called vaginal tenting and it happens when a woman gets aroused. Another effect of arousal is an increase of muscular tension in the body, which draws the uterus upwards and creates more space in the vagina lengthwise.

4. Your Vagina Is Not What You Might Think It Is

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It can be a little confusing to name things down south. Unlike men, a woman’s sexual organs are a bit more complex; many might refer to the exterior part of the female’s sexual organs as the vagina. You know, the outer visible part that is composed of the labia, clitoris, urethra and vaginal opening. This is in fact not called the vagina since you’ve noticed they all have different names. The vagina is actually just the muscular passageway that connects the vulva to the cervix.

5. Women Have More Sensitivity Than Men Do Down There

In ancient times, the vagina was considered the equivalent of the male penis, just in an inverted version.

It wasn’t until later in time and after several anatomical studies that it was discovered that the clitoris was in fact the female version of a penis, since it visibly grows in size when stimulated.

The difference is that the clitoris is designed for the sole function of pleasure instead of for reproduction, making this particular female sexual organ quite different from the male equivalent.

Pretty fascinating right?

6. The Vagina Can Come Out of Your Body

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According to Webmd, there’s a condition called vaginal prolapse. “Due to weakened pelvic muscles, the rectum, uterus, or bladder pushes on the vagina. In severe cases, the vagina protrudes out of the body.”

Usually this condition can only happen in rare cases after natural childbirth.

I bet it will make many women wonder if a C-section is a better option. Well… it’s a personal choice, as they both carry their own risks.

7. The Equivalent Of The Male Member

In ancient times, the vagina was considered the equivalent of the male penis, just in an inverted version.

It wasn’t until later in time and after several anatomical studies that it was discovered that the clitoris was in fact the female version of a penis, since it visibly grows in size when stimulated.

The difference is that the clitoris is designed for the sole function of pleasure instead of for reproduction, making this particular female sexual organ quite different from the male equivalent.

Pretty fascinating right?

8. How Most Women Reach The Big ‘O’

It’s no surprise that women have it a little harder than men when it comes to having an orgasm. What many ignore is that 75% of women need to stimulate the clitoris to reach an orgasm.

So… if you are part of that 75% then don’t feel bad. The majority of woman can´t climax by vaginal penetration alone, and it may also take some practice in order to improve your chances of orgasming.

9. The Clitoris Grows With Age

This might come as a shocker but it’s true. Just like your hair and fingernails, the clitoris also grows with time but don’t worry, it doesn’t grow at the same speed. Throughout a woman’s life, the clitoris will grow in size. By the time a woman reaches menopause the clitoris can be 2.5 times larger than when a woman was a teenager.

But this is actually good news since it’s been reported by Psychology Today that this growth helps a woman have stronger orgasms.

So cheer up, the older you get, the better sex you will have.

10. Vulva Is the Name For….

Things can get complicated, especially because we have so much going on down there. If you’re trying to refer to the clitoris, the labia and the vagina and are looking for a term that refers to everything, then look no further. Vulva is the name given to refer to the female sexual organs all together.

11. Men And Women Were All The Same Somewhere In Time

From the moment of conception to around the 12th week of pregnancy, all babies are sexless because their sexual organs are not developed yet. It’s around the 12th week of pregnancy when boys develop penises and women develop the vulva.

The penis and the clitoris are both made from the same material, just assembled in a different way. It is this process that happens during pregnancy which makes men develop a penis, while women develop a clitoris, which is why all fetuses are unisex during the first trimester. So… YES we were all the same somewhere in time.

12. Kegel Exercises Do Work

You’ve probably heard about it. Samantha from Sex and the City was a big fan of this exercise and she did well at practicing it since it’s been reported by Women’s Health that the kegel exercise (when you contract the vagina) does wonders at strengthening the surrounding pelvic floor muscles, which helps you have more intense orgasms.

The best part is that you can do it wherever you are at any time and you won’t break a sweat until you hit the bedroom. I bet you are going to start exercising a lot more now.

13. Women Can Have FOUR Different Types Of Big ‘O’

Yes! Women have been celestially blessed by the skies. If you ever cursed about being a woman or regretted being one I bet you didn’t know we can have, not one or two, but FOUR different types of orgasm: vaginal, clitoral, blended and multiple.

Can you imagine if men were this blessed? They can´t stop thinking about sex as it is and they can only have one type of orgasm. If they were as blessed as we are there would be no way of getting them out of the bedroom.

14. Normal Doesn’t Exist In The Vagina World

They’re like our fingerprints, there aren’t two alike. So just in case you were criticizing your vagina because it might look different than the ones we have seen, stop! Your vagina is unique, extraordinary and one of kind. Each woman is different in this area so please don’t go around comparing yours, because each one is perfect in its own way.

Vulvas come in many different shapes and sizes so every time a man goes down there he’s in for a surprise.

15. It’s Self Sufficient

The personal hygiene department has countless brands to pimp your vulva, from cleansers to deodorants and fragrances. The fact of the matter is that these products actually cause more harm than good since it throws the pH levels out of balance.

The vulva and the vagina are both self sufficient, meaning that they don’t require extensive grooming; they can cleanse themselves by their selves.

Actually, there is more bacteria in your mouth than in your vagina, so just stick to the regular water and soap and stay away from anything that promises extra cleansing, because you really don’t need it.

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