A lot of questions about how to have sex , how to masturbate, and worries about all of what's all going on down below can be easily solved by simply getting to know what genitals and other reproductive organs are all about. Many things some people presume are problems with some kinds of sex or genital function or appearance are just realities of anatomy they didn't know. Let's get started! It can help to get yourself a mirror, make sure you have some real privacy or at least a door that locks and some quality time to get to know your body and yourself.
Do you have an innie or an outie? We’re not talking bellybuttons.
It's time to talk about Outie Vaginas.
Vaginas are a beautiful thing. They're soft, wet, warm, and inviting, and yet they come in as many models as there are cars on the road. Some even have a vagina preference. While many men like an outward protruding labia, others get off on vaginas totally concealed by the outer lips.
Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More
Women are more open about their bodies than ever before. From the freethenip movement , to the daring menstrual marathon statement from Kiran Gandhi, there is more pride in the female form than ever before. How was this possible? As the daughter of a doctor, I was pretty sure I knew everything about everything when it came to our fanny region from before I could even use a fork. But the similarities stop there.
When I started getting my period, my mom did all the embarrassing stuff moms do when their first daughter gets their period. I believe I was finally allowed to get my ears pierced, but not before my mom let everyone at Claire's know about the exciting rite of passage taking place between my legs that had brought us to their cheap jewelry store that day. Wondering what pierced ears has to do with your ability to get pregnant?