We seem to be covering the issue of assumptions we make about each other's genitals. I'll be happy to play.
Men, you should be happy about this one. It scores a point for the "size dosn't matter
" arguemt. The vagina
is only 3.5-4 inches in depth on average. This increases slightly when the uterus
lifts during sexual excitement
. In other words: don't think what every woman craves is 12 inches.
Dispite popular belief, woman can urinate
standing up. It requires a slight amount of pressure on either side of the urethra
. I actually only tried this a couple times, and it has given me newfound respect for men's ability to somewhat reliably hit the toilet. In direct reply to xunker
's It's obvious you've never owned a penis
, women can contol the speed of urination (at least I can).
Women actually have a surprising amount of trouble hitting the toilet themselves when engaging in "hovering behavior"(see Why must girls squat to pee?
). I was unfortunatly exposed to this phenomenon when I lived in a woman's dorm for three years. I implore
all women who hover to do what I do when peeing in a public place: lift the toilet seat. We expect men to do it, and it's not like you're sitting on it. Keep it nice and clean for those brave non-hoverers.
Vaginal Odors: They are natural
The vagina does not smell bad. Women do not need to deodorize
it. If a vagina smells bad it points to improper washing
, the wearing of tight, binding underwear
(which prevent natural sweating), or vaginal disease
. I have large issues with the array of vaginal deoderants on the market. They are actually very bad for the vagina as they upset the deliacte balance of pH. A woman's vagina has a smell - and that is natural and okay.
Yes, it does exist. It is not a figment of your imagination
. Embrace it.
to female sexual enjoyment. It is analogous
to the nerves at the head of the penis
, as they were once the very same bundle of nerves. Sigmund Freud
called clitoral orgasm "immature". I remind you that it's obvious he didn't own a vagina.
Some topics that have already been well covered:
Understanding the female orgasm
female genital mutilation
unhealthy views of female sexuality
Sexual Myths about women