Sorry, ladies, but as you age, your vagina will lose its elasticity. And while that may not seem like a big deal and, of course, aging is totally natural, keeping your lady parts in shape has its overall health benefits like controlling incontinence. Add these to your personal care plan:.
When Sarah first got her period, she just used a pad. She was squeamish about the idea of inserting a tampon and thought nothing much of it. But as she grew older, she felt increasing pressure from others — particularly her mom — to begin using tampons.
When done correctly, regular sex can improve your relationship and sense of wellbeing. Not to mention it feels pretty darn good. But if you're a man who has sex with women, there's one thing you'll need to master before you can achieve the highest levels of sexual pleasure.
When it comes to the vagina, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions. Some people, for example, believe that vaginas can lose their elasticity and become loose forever. Your vagina is elastic.
No two vaginas are alike. Some can be very loose and some can be very tight. There also seems to be some common complaints among men on both sides of the coin.
The idea that you can develop a "loose" vagina from too much sex is a myth created by capitalism and the patriarchy to feed vagina insecurity and sell you dumb products. Or at least, that's the theory I subscribe to after learning about "vagina tightening" pills and the tragically titled "18 Again" cream. I can confirm that you can have rigorous penetrative sex with penises, dildos, and even fists and your vagina won't "stretch out.
Here's what can change the size and shape of things down below. We're always trying to get to the bottom of sexual health rumors, and one we've been hearing for a while really needs an investigation. This one has it that the size of a woman's vagina is related to how much sex she's had.
You and your vag have been through a lot together: Your first tampon, your first relationship, your first orgasm. But how much do you actually know about her? Well, it's time to get reacquainted with your homegirl's fun quirks.
I've never been the biggest fan of going to the gym, but I don't need too much convincing to give my vagina a workout. And exercising your vaginal muscles not only leads to better sex but also is fun while you're doing it. Though you may have heard of kegel exercises as the primary way to work out your vagina, there are also a few lesser-known but equally fun-sounding ones. These exercises work out your pelvic floor musclesthe ones below your bladder, bowel, and uterus.