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Every woman has a vagina but not many really know much about it. This is usually as a result of misconceptions or ignorance. And most people grow up in societies that does not encourage discussion of such topics.

In this article, I’ll be talking about 6 v@gina facts all women should know about in order to be enlightened. See them below;

1. The real name isn’t V@g!na but Vulva.

More than 90 percent of the time, when people make mention of the v@gina, they actually mean the vulva. The v@gina is actually the part inside the body. It is a muscular canal that connects the uterus to the outside of your body.. What you see outside that touches your underwear is actually the vulva.

2. You don’t pee from your v@g!na.

This would be a shocking news to most women but it is really true. According to research, while all men pee from their p#nis, women actually pee from their urethra. The urethra is the first hole in your vulva before your v@gina.

3. V@g!nas are supposed to have a smell.

Most people think that v@ginas are supposed to smell like roses. However, that isn’t the truth. The bacterias contained in the v@gina of a woman are meant to have a smell like other bacterias. The tanginess that can occasionally be smelt from the v@gina is normal so no one should feel bad about it. The smell could be reduced by the use of soaps, perfumes and others.

4. The size of the v@g!na is not related to your body size or shape.

The length of v@ginas varies significantly so a taller woman can have a shorter v@gina and vice-versa. Its definitely not about the size, height and shape of a woman.

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5. The v@g!na changes as you get older.

Just like your other body parts, the v@gina of a woman can change as she gets older in life. When old age and menopause kicks in, the v@gina cannot be the same.


6. The v@g!na will darken during pregnancy and menopause.

Some of these changes include thinning of the vulval skin due to the hormonal changes of menopause, or a darkening of the vulval skin during pregnancy.

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