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Consider the word vagina. It's often used to describe your ever-elusive lady parts as a whole, but it's actually a misnomer: Your vagina's technically inside of your body that's why an ob-gyn has to use a speculum to see it ; what many women are referring to when they say "vagina" is actually the vulva—your external genitalia. Familiarizing yourself with
In a way, your parents weren't lying when they told you that you were a very special little girl. Not because you have unique talents that set you apart from the rest of the world no, there are plenty of other people who can say the alphabet backwards ; rather, it's because you and your vagina are totally, completely unique. There are no two vaginas in the world that look the samesmell the same, or feel the same.
This week, I had a patient who came in because of an abnormal pap smear, but we ended up chatting a whole lot more about the anatomy of girl parts. I can see you all blushing now Oh my, that doctor just said the word pussy! Owning Your Body is all part of Owning Pink, and you have to understand it to own it.
Vaginas are just not homogeneous. So how is your vagina different from other vaginas? I recently discovered Labia Library, and it's kind of changed my life.
Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. Chalk it up to our excruciatingly horrible sex ed system or, you know, patriarchybut the vagina is actually the internal canal that reaches up to the cervix.
To those men I say: have those conversations with friends and loved ones, and also I am sorry but this week is about the vagina. The 60 women I spoke to did not feel unburdened of the long-kept secrets of their pussies. When it comes to talking about our junk—processing our feelings towards it and intellectualizing our relationship to it—women appear to be miles ahead of men.
In flowers. In Rorschach tests. In the sound of someone stirring some mac n cheese. And thus, it is wise for fashion brands to avoid anything ruffled — especially if those ruffles are a light shade of vulva pink.
Last month, a sex toy manufacturer launched a worldwide competition labelled "utterly creepy and sexist" to find the world's 'most beautiful vagina' - the idea being that the most voted-for submission would be used as the blueprint for a range of oral sex simulators. Obviously it was a pretty cheap PR stunt and heinous in its propagation of unrealistic beauty standards for women, but an interesting question remained — what does the average joe, conditioned by media, deem an 'attractive vagina'? That's it.