Not only is most vaginal information inaccurate, it causes us all kinds of unnecessary embarrassment and stress. So we've put together some facts about vaginas to help you navigate this maze of lies and love and appreciate your body in all its glory.
Shall we first look at the vulva, then the vagina, and then the pleasant moments behind both?
Vulva is not vagina.
The vulva is the outer part of the female genital organ. It protects the female individual's genitals, entrance, and vagina and is the epicenter of much of a female's sexual response. The vagina is a canal with an average length of 7 to 17 cm that extends from the cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus, to the outside of the body and to the vaginal opening. This channel may shorten or lengthen.
The vulva is the entire external part, including the labia, urethra, clitoris, and vaginal opening. Knowing the difference is knowing your body. And what did we say? Knowledge is power.
The main component of orgasm is not the vagina.
Another important piece of information is that most females cannot orgasm with vaginal penetration alone. Sorry, Freud… The penis is not as effective as you think.
Just over 18 percent of vagina owners say they can reach orgasm through penetration alone. For the other 80 percent, the clitoris is the main component of orgasm. Some people can experience both vaginal and clitoral orgasm at the same time, also called a "mixed orgasm." This isn't talked about much, but it's totally achievable. There are also many healthy bodies that rarely or never reach orgasm.
About the G Spot
What would be the first topic that comes to mind after our conversation above? Yes! G point! If you have a "G-spot," it's probably your clitoris. Popular culture has been obsessed with the G-spot for decades, and it's a major reason why many people feel pressure to find the so-called erogenous spot… But a 2017 study failed to locate the G-spot. So there is no strong evidence for the anatomical existence of the G spot. If you love having the front wall of your vagina touched or stimulated, the inner web of your clitoris is probably there to thank you.
Your vagina may smell. Remember that it is full of bacteria. You have sweat and sebaceous glands adjacent to your genitals; These can also cause odor. The smell itself does not indicate that something is wrong. However, if there are other conditions accompanying the odor (more discharge than normal, yellow or green discharge, pain, itching, burning, redness, swollen lymph nodes, etc.), there may be an abnormality in the situation. Only your doctor can diagnose this.
BONUS: Kiklou menstrual panties are vagina-friendly.
Harmful chemicals such as chlorine bleach, perfume or dioxin found in disposable pads are not found in our menstrual panties. No chemicals harmful to human or environmental health are used in the production process. Menstrual support panties are a healthy menstrual product alternative for your vagina and vulva. You just wear your menstrual panties without using any other menstrual products and you bleed into them. Our users say that managing menstrual bleeding this way is much more comfortable than managing it by inserting any product into the vagina (tampon or cup). Not to mention getting rid of toxic shock syndrome anxiety :)