7 things men should know about vaginas

Women's bodies are different than that of men. They have vaginas for sex and urethras for peeing. Here's a list of things that you should know about vaginas

Men often complain that they find it difficult to understand women. Yes, we agree with you guys, not only our brains but our bodies are far more complex especially vagina. And unlike p***s, vaginas are not just for sex but also for pushing out the babies. So, folks if you are reading this, here’s a list of things that you should know about a vagina:

1) Women don’t pee with their vaginas
This seems to be a source of eternal confusion. Guys, a woman has a urethra for peeing and vagina for sex. Both may be located near the same spot but are two separate organs. Forgot your biology lessons already?

2) Every vagina is different
Every vagina is different unlike other organs like heart, liver, and kidney which look pretty much the same. Yes, the size and colour of the vajayjay varies with women. So next time, please don’t look shocked!

3) Women can get erection too
Time for a bio quickie. A man gets aroused when his p***s swells with blood. For women, this happens in case of the clitoris– which is when they get erection.

4) Clitoris is synonymous with pleasure
Lesson 101: clitoris or clit is the power hub of nerve-endings, which means slightest stimulation can yield lasting results in terms of sexual pleasure. But be careful as it is also one of the most sensitive parts of the body.

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5) Vaginas smell differently
Women smell differently down there and this smell varies with women. It all depends on the time of the month, her hormonal cycle, bacterias present down there and the pH balance. PS: It doesn’t smell like roses or lemon!

6) Women pee after sex– and there’s a reason
The reason is pretty simple– to avoid the risk of getting a urinary tract infection (UTI). As you must be knowing by now that a woman’s anus is located pretty close to her vagina, which means that the fecal bacteria reside close by. During an intercourse, these bacteria come closer to the urethra. Peeing after sex helps in avoiding the spread of these vicious bacteria to the bladder.

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7) Discharge is common
It might seem gross to you but for women, vaginal discharge is a common thing. It’s the body’s way of helping the vagina stay moist and clean. This discharge can be white or brownish. So, no need to gag!

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