What does an orgasm feel like? It’s a common and pretty understandable question. So if this is a question you’re not sure how to answer, then don’t worry because you’re not alone. A lot of people, particularly women, struggle with knowing if they’ve ever had an orgasm. Many others have a hard time pinpointing when and if their orgasm occurred….
Anatomy Can Be Beautiful It’s no secret that anatomy can be very beautiful. We admire models for their physical beauty and don’t think twice about it. This kind of appreciation isn’t always extended to our sexual anatomy. Take a moment to appreciate the beauty of your own body! Enjoyed this puzzle? Show some love and […]
Learn More About Anatomy It’s always good to learn more about anatomy. Regardless of what sexual organs you have, knowing about all the different parts can help protect the health of you and your partner. It can help you identify if something is wrong much sooner. Along with being a good safeguard for your health, […]
Learn About Anatomy & the Vulva Do you know the difference between a vulva and a vagina? Learning about anatomy can really enhance your sexy knowledge. When we have a better understanding of our bodies, and the bodies of others, we can have more success in bringing pleasure to ourselves and others. The knowledge can […]
Testosterone is a type of androgen hormone. Hormones are like small chemical messengers that produce changes in our bodies. Testosterone is a very important hormone because of the many important functions it performs. Most people think automatically of men when we are talking about testosterone. This has led it to be called primarily a “male […]
Vaginal sex is what most people think of when they talk about sex. It is often primarily thought of as a penis entering a vulva and into the vagina but that is only one part of vaginal sex. It is actually the penetration of something into the vagina. The penetration could be from fingers, a penis, or a toy of some kind. All of these things count as vaginal sex…
A PAP test, also called a PAP smear or Papanicolaou test, is a medical exam that takes a small sample of cells from the cervix. These cells are then examined under a microscope and determined to be abnormal or normal. PAP tests are useful for screening for potential problems, like cancer, and diagnose any infections or inflammations. These medical exams are for anyone who has a vulva and the attached internal reproductive organs.
A vulva is a complex system. It has its own pH balance and produces its own healthy bacteria and fluids that naturally clean the vagina. Everyone has their own natural odor that they give off but sometimes that odor can be different or unpleasant. There are a number of things that could impact the smell of a vulva. Depending on what a person is experiencing they should consult a medical professional. When in doubt, it’s always a good idea to check in with a medical professional to make sure it’s nothing serious.
Usually, when we are discussing private parts there are the usual words that come up like penis and vagina. There is also a whole list of colorful slang that people use when referring to their genitals. These words can be silly sounding and encourage us to relax when talking about sex. They can also be used with the intent to be insulting or shameful towards someone else.