HOW DEEP IS A V@GINA AND 10 OTHER THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW 😋
There are lot of misconceptions around how the coochie works. Some people think v@ginas are a never-ending open space (not true) or that it only smells when something’s wrong (not true)
Let me burst your head s mall
1. HOW LONG IS THE VAGINAL CANAL?
Not that long. On average, the vaginal canal is 3-6 inches long. If u need a visual aid, that’s roughly the length of your hand.
The blockage in there, is the cervix
The walls are the vaginal canal – not too long.
2. DOES IT GET LONGER WHEN YOU’RE AROUSED?
When you’re having sex, your vaginal canal can get longer to accommodate penetration.
Sexual arousal forces your cervix & uterus to lift up and out of the way, which causes the upper two-thirds of your vagina to lengthen.
But if u feel a penis or sex toy hitting your cervix, that could mean your body isn’t turned on enough to allow for full penetration. Of course, that’s not the only reason — your cervix could be touched when thrusting is too deep, or
if a penis or toy is larger than the average penis size. That’s about five inches when erect.
3. HOW DOES IT STRETCH FOR CHILDBIRTH?
Your vaginal canal and the opening of your vagina will stretch a great deal to allow a baby to pass through
Some women who give birth may notice a change in their vagina, such as it feeling loose or dry, or looking wider than before. You may also feel pain and soreness. This is completely normal.
Your vagina should become tighter within a few days after childbirth,
and will return somewhat to its pre-birth shape about six months after delivery. Although your vagina’s appearance won’t be exactly the same, it’ll be pretty close.
4. SO THE COOCHIE CAN’T GET PERMANENTLY STRETCHED OUT?
No, not at all. That’s one major misconception about vaginas — it isn’t possible to permanently stretch them out. Vaginas are elastic, so they’re able to expand and snap back much like a rubber band.
If you do feel your vagina becoming loose over time, it may be the result of one of two scenarios. If your vagina’s elasticity weakens, it may not be able to retract completely. This can happen to women who’ve had multiple births. Aging can also weaken the vaginal muscles.
6. DO ALL LADY PARTS LOOK THE SAME?
Nope, not at all. Your vagina, labia, clitoris, and all other parts of your genitalia are unique. Your labia may be asymmetrical, or your clitoris may be small. The skin in this area may even be lighter or darker than your overall skin color.
So the bottom line is that
The vagina’s depth, smell, and color of the skin, among other things, aren’t the same for everyone. But if you’re concerned about your vagina, such as discoloration or a foul odor, speak with your doctor.
Either way, it’s important to remember that everyone’s vagina is different — and that’s OK!
By Marije Blen Twitter