Below are 15 facts about the vag*na every woman should know – if you dont have s*x regularly please take number 5 very seriously
As fascinated as our society can be about the female body it is surprising to know that most women still don’t know the basic facts about one the most important o*gans in their body; the v*gina. Talking about the female s*x o*gan is usually considered a taboo topic from a young age, so most of us have limited knowledge about it. Even as ad*lts, we shy away from talking about issues that deal with our s*xuality as women forgetting that knowledge is power.
When we know the facts about our body we are better informed to take care of it and even to handle our doubts when something unusual is happening to us. On this note, today our focus will be 15 facts about the vagina so in case you missed out on the topic as a teenager, here is everything you need to know now
1. Women do not p*e through their v*gina Surprised?

2. Your v*gina can fall out
Yea, like literally turn itself inside out. Scary? We know but don’t worry just yet. This condition known as the P*lvic Prolapse happens as people get older but can be fixed. Estrogen decline and multiple deliveries are usually the common risk factors.
3. There is no such thing as getting your v*rginity back
Don’t be fooled by the myths you might have heard, once your virginity is gone, it is gone. There is no way to get it back.
4. You can get S TDs even when you use protection
Even when your partner uses a condom, you can still get infected with a s*xually transmitted disease. During s*x, the skin of your v*lva can still touch the skin of the man’s scrotum and just like that you are infected.

5. Your v*ginal muscles need exercise too
Just like the muscles in other parts of your body, your pelvic muscles ( the ones found in your v*gina) need exercise too. If you do not engage in the s*xual act regularly, make sure you make up for it by engaging in some exercise routine.
6. Every vulva ( v*ginal lip) is different
There is no general design to what the outer layer of your v*gina should look like. Every vulva differs form the other. Learn to accept yours the way it is.
7. Most women don’t get o*gasms from s*x alone
If you have been wondering, well this is it. Most women need their clitoris to be directly stimulated during sex and not the sexual act itself.

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