Thursday, February 13, 2014

Vadge of Honor!

How much do you know about your lady parts?  By popular demand I have put together a list of vagina facts, know something I didn't list, please add them in a comment.

During arousal, your lady parts act like his man parts. 
You know about the clitoris "joy button" becoming more, um, button-y, but you may not be aware that the labia minora also contain erectile tissue that gets slightly stiffer when things heat up. The reasons for this go back to when you were a fetus with androgynous parts. "We all start out with the same tissues in that area," says Shelly Holmstrom, MD, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of South Florida at Tampa.

The inside of your vagina doesn't require special attention
 No we're not talking about basic external hygiene; we are talking about putting any external cleaning aides (such as douches) inside. Yes, the vagina is full of bacteria, but it is good bacteria that keep a woman healthy, and the vagina cleans itself like a well-regulated machine. Women used to grow up believing their “lady parts” were unclean, but modern science has proven this wrong. For you science geeks out there, the pH of the vagina is about 

I got buddha in my vagina
Eastern religions seem generally more cunt-friendly than those in the vadge-hating West. For example, Tantric Buddhism pinpoints the essence of Buddhahood—it nestles within a woman’s private parts. And the word “cunt” is derived from Cunti, one of many titles accorded Hinduism’s bitch-goddess Kali.

Women are so sensitive
Although most clitorises are far smaller than most penises, they contain twice as many nerve endings as the larger, dumber male organ.

Vagina is nature’s rubber band 
A well-hung guy won't stretch it out... 
As explained above, the vagina is incredibly elastic and can fit a supersize penis — yet it always returns to its usual tightness after sex. But it might be a different story once you pop out a baby, as some moms say they do feel looser. You can tighten up by doing certain exercises 

. ...Nor will it "revirginize" if you go through a long dry spell
There's a rumor out there that if you find yourself in a no-booty bout, your vagina will become so tight that getting back in the saddle will hurt. It's totally untrue. While your vaginal muscles may be tense at first, penetration shouldn't be painful at all.

It benefits from regular exercise
Just as working your biceps firms up your arms, working your pubococcygeus muscle — a main muscle of your pubic region — can tone up your vadge. Besides giving you a tighter grip during sex, it also may make it easier to climax. Here's how to exercise your V: Clamp down as if you're stopping your urine flow, hold for 10 seconds, then release. Do 2 sets of 10 to 20 a day; you'll notice a difference in about a month.

Protect her at all cost
You can catch sexually transmitted diseases even if you use a condom. Sorry to break it to you, but the skin of the vulva can still touch infectious skin of the scrotum -- and BAM! Warts,  herpes, molluscum contagiosum, pubic lice. So pick your partners carefully

The G-spot isn't a myth
Yes, Vagina – I mean, Virginia – there is such a thing as the magical “G” Spot – an area inside the actual vagina responsible for an intense orgasm even stronger than that of the clitoris. How do you find the “G” Spot? Grab your partner and lie down on your back. Have he (or she) put their index finger inside, and make a “come hither” motion. Are you suddenly seeing skyrockets in flight? Congratulations, then you've found your “G” Spot!

By Queen
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