The vagina is many things: the birth canal, the uterus; direct line to the outside world, the actual portal making intercourse possible… and yet, few people even those with the body part know much about it. We do know people get a little skittish about things they don't understand; and the vagina is no exception. For aeons we've tolerated the vagina being portrayed with dangerously sharp teeth ; watched hack doctors place pleasant scents near the vaginal opening to cure hysteria caused by the mythical wandering womb ; even borne witness to the assumption that vaginal spasms merely " interfere with penetration. Yeah… so none of those things are actually real. And although in recent years we've spent some more time as a culture giving this special body part its deserved respect, we're long overdue for a little refresher course on everyone's favorite, warmest place on Earth. Let's start with Anatomy
No, women do not pee from their vaginas
Just as women can have different sized breasts, hands, and feet, the size and depth of vaginas can also vary. According to one study, the average depth of a vagina is about 3. Other sources suggest that the average range of size may be about 3 to 7 inches approximately 7. In fact, the depth of the vagina from the opening to the tip of the cervix can measure anywhere up to 7 inches Several types of tissue line the inside of the vagina, including the mucosa. The mucosa is made up of specialized cells that secrete a lubricating fluid, which helps the vaginal walls to stretch. The exterior portion of the female genitals is the vulva. The vulva includes the labia minora and majora — the lip-like parts of the female genitals. The appearance of vulvas varies widely.
By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A woman has penned a candid essay about how she was unable to use tampons or have sex as a teen because she was born with a 'vagina hole' that was 'smaller than the tip of a pin' and required surgery to be opened. The writer, who chose to remain anonymous, was almost 17 years old when she learned she had a microperforate hymen, or a thin membrane that almost completely covered the opening of her vagina.
Is bigger better? In relation to penis size , not so much. Size has nothing to do with skill when it comes to sex. BTW, who says sex is all about penetration anyway?