Ina doctor, by name Arnold Kegel, created the kegel exercises. One of the functions of this exercise is to tighten the vagina. I will talk about how you can use this exercise to tighten your pussy muscles.
When your vagina feels very tight, as though nothing could go inside, you may have a condition called vaginismus. In almost all cases, the vulva and vagina are completely healthy. Primary vaginismus, where nothing has ever entered the vagina, not even a tampon, is common among girls who have had a very loving, but sometimes over-protective background.
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An introitus is any type of entrance or opening. However, the term often refers to the opening of the vagina, which leads to the vaginal canal. The vaginal opening sits in the rear portion of the vulva the external female genitalia.
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Is that wide enough to push through a 3-year-old child and a 4-and-a-half-year-old child? In Julythe BBC reported on an adult man whose body [but not his head] was dragged through a 5-inch [ He survived, but these are the circumstances surrounding what happened to him:. Matthew Lowe, 25, broke his back in two places during the incident at Compass Engineering in Barnsley in December
When my supervisor — the glorious founder of Everyday Feminism, Sandra Kim — mentioned in an editorial team meeting that she wanted to see more articles addressing specific questions that folks have around the various topics that we cover, I derailed the entire conversation in my excitement. And I mean, I get this question a lot — probably more than any other sexuality-related question that I get on Tumblr. And I think that understanding ourselves — which includes our bodies, in all of their glorious complexities — is a necessary part of feminism.