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ALL ABOUT YOUR PUSSY(VAGINA)

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Erotica



DO U WANNA KNOW ABOUT YOUR VAGINA AND HOW IT WORKS IN SEX...THEN READ


Submitted:Jan 7, 2011    Reads: 2,255    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   


VAGINA

Almost every woman at some point was curious and looked at her own vagina with the help of a mirror, but even if you know your genitalia as much as the man know theirs, you will get much more from this exercise if you look, and recognize every part. Choose an isolated, well lighted place where you won't be disturbed. I suggest, first do this exercise alone, before you repeat it with your partner. Of course, it will be little unpleasant while he is "down there" and stares in something that is rarely exposed to the views. But if you are really interested in good sex, this is mandatory! The common sense should tell you that if he never looked at your vagina, there is a slight chance to discover how to exactly satisfy you. The genitalia are individual, and they are quite different in each person. Your clitoris is not on the exact same position as his previous girlfriend, and the touching in the dark is not the best way to find it. The female sex organs are very complex, just as his, they can be divided in different segments. External organs - everything you can outside - commonly are known as vulva. The mound of Venis is a mound of flash covered with pubic hair, which creates "V" which can be seen when you stand up in front of the mirror. It serves as a "pillow" during the intercours. When you sit or lie comfortable with the leg spread, the first thing you'll see are the skin folds covered with the pubic hair. Those are labia majora (small lips). Open them, and you'll see the internal "lips" which are called labia minora. The size and the form of both small and big lips significantly vary. Usually the externall lips cover the internal, but it is completely normal if the internal are peeking. Labia minora contains glands which are secreting excreta, a liquid which lubricates the vagina. When you are excited, the labia are engorged with blood (just as the penis), they are swelling slightly and are reddening. If you are still a virgin it's possible you have a hymen, a thin membrane which covers the vaginal opening. If it's still untouched, there are usually an apertures throughout the menstrual blood draw out. Do not panic if you haven't had sex, and it's gone. Very often it can be broken in the childhood during riding a horse, gymnastics or the use of a tampon. Between the vaginal opening and the anus, there is a small area of smooth skin which is called a perineum. This area is very sensitive to sexual arousal. Just as the man, some woman love during the orgasm to be put a finger in the anus, but this is individual and it depends of the woman (and the man who is doing that). Right above the vaginal aperture, you will see a small opening throughout you pee. It is called a urethra. The clitoris, the most sensitive organ, on the top of the vagina ( the nearest to your umbilicus, and it looks like a small pea covered with a protective cozy. The part of the clitoris you can see is actually part of a much larger organ which continues inside. The clitoris is long about 10 centimeters and when the top is excited (usually with fingers, tongue or the top of the penis, it grows, becomes hard and sensitive. The clitoris has the same parts as the penis, just they are hidden from the view. The man have what would be the clitoris from the upper side, only covered with skin. That's why, even we think that the female genitalia are inside, and the man are outside, the part of the female genitalia which is sexually most sensitive is actually outside. The penis is used in other causes (transfer of the sperm and urine), but the clitoris is exposed just to give a satisfaction. It is the only organ which exists only to receive and transfer sexual excitements. That's why, forget about the envy toward the penis - it would envy you! Find your G-spot by putting your fingers in the vagina and press up against the front wall (the side nearest to your front side, not the back). It is a small spongy knot on the front wall. The vagicle tube about 8 centimeters long, which, when stimulated the right way, is spreading so can receive the penis easily. When the partner for the first time came into the vagina, the muscles are contracted and are tightening the penis. As the intercourse continues and the arousal grows, the vagina is spreading more - sometimes even so that the woman cannot feel the penis inside no matter of his size. It explains why sometimes it's most comfortable for the both partners through the first few penetrations, because the vagina is still contracted. The stimulation of the clitoris for the most woman is necessary for orgasm. During the intercourse the clitoris can be indirectly stimulated, but the direct touching with fingers and the tongue usually is much efficient. When the woman experience the orgasm, the vaginal walls are contracting rhythmically and strong, usually three to five times, giving a powerful pleasure.

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