I gotta say, this news is absolutely shocking. Now, I’m not sitting here in my size 7s and acting like I’ve always known about the vagina. In fact, I’m willing to bet that there’s tons of stuff I don’t know about.
For instance, I was like 20 when I find out there was multiple holes and that pee doesn’t come out of the big one. I thought it was like some pink water hose that opened up and drained like a cooler when all the ice melts. Not the case. That big hole is essentially the appendix of the vagina. Completely useless and mostly decorative. Pretty cool!
Anyway, it pains me that so many women are clueless when it comes to the vagina. However, this ignorance extends to men as well. We don’t know dick about cocks. We think we do but we don’t.
“Untrue! Chaps! We know the penis parts.”
Ok then what’s the frenulum?
Now the frenulum, lest we forget, is where your foreskin meets the underside of your penis. It looks like a small V just below the head. Usually part of it remains after circumcision. And for many people, it’s very sensitive... in the good way.
Also, we have something called “Cowper’s glands.”
The Cowper’s glands produce a fluid called pre-ejaculate or precum. This fluid prepares your urethra for ejaculation (coming). It reduces friction so your semen can move more easily. The Cowper’s glands are under the prostate and attach to your urethra. They’re also called bulbourethral glands lol hilarious.
Back to the vagina. It’s important to note that the vagina is an elastic, muscular canal with a soft, flexible lining that provides lubrication and sensation. The vagina connects the uterus to the outside world (like the pussy version of a text message or WiFi). The vulva and labia form the entrance, and the cervix of the uterus protrudes into the vagina, forming the interior end.
Additionally, the vagina receives the penis during sexual intercourse and also serves as a conduit for menstrual flow from the uterus.
I hope that clears things up ladies. If it doesn’t, drink some cranberry juice and re-read the blog.