10 Things Pornhub Won’t Teach You About Your Vagina

It’s your vagina, I know. But, what do you really know about it?

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Vagina education is so important for women because there are tons of misconceptions about it. From mixing the name up with the vulva to expecting it to smell like roses. The question is, if you don’t know enough about your vagina,  how will you love and care for it as it deserves?

Sure, sites like Pornhub may be great for getting off, but here are 10 facts about your vagina to help you”get off” even better.

1. The Vagina is not a collective name for all your feminine parts

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Chances are, the part of your body that you have been referring to as a vagina really isn’t! Your “lady parts” consist of the vulva and the vagina. The vulva is that external piece of flesh that features the labia (Outer and inner folds) and the clitoris (That wobbly nob), while the vagina is the muscular tube that connects your uterus to the outside world.

2. Leave vaginas out of spa treatments!

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You will be amazed at your vagina’s magical abilities to clean and look after itself. That said, skip all those ads urging you to get a “cookie steam” or a “vajacial.” Not only will you be saving it from the risk of infections, but you will also be saving some good money that can go into an actual facial.

3. It was not made to smell like roses 

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It cannot be said enough that your vagina is not a perfume shop. Keep it away from scented soaps, sprays, and other potentially harmful products. If you are worried about smelling funny, focus on personal hygiene and eating fruits like pineapples and cranberries. Oh, and personal hygiene means ensuring that your toilet, sheets, and panties are always clean. As for cleaning the vagina, all it needs is water!

P.S: If you notice a particularly foul or fishy smell, however, see a doctor ASAP.

4. You know about the “G-spot,” but did you know that this is not the only spot?

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Mainstream media has paraded the idea of a g-spot for so long that the pressure on women to find theirs is real. If you have found your “g-spot,” it is probably thanks to your clitoris and its ability to respond to erotic stimulation with the right touch.

However, a lesser-known yet intensely stimulating spot is the A-spot, located deep within your vagina, right below the cervix. When located, you’re likely to experience intense arousal and lubrication that can get you faster to that orgasm you deserve.

P.S: Bodies differ, and the likelihood of ever finding your g-spot or a-spot depends on your sensitivity levels. Also, you are likely not to get an orgasm from vaginal penetration alone, so stimulation is key.

5.  Loose vaginas occur as a result of many things and none of them is what you’re thinking.



This dynamic body part shape-shifts at will, stretching or tightening or widening. This can be attributed to factors like sexual arousal or childbirth. However, at no point should you assume that it has to do with the number of sexual partners you have or their penis sizes.

Notice your vagina’s ability to expand and contract on its accord, because this is perfectly normal. Debunk the stigma of having a “loose” vagina too.

6.  Your vagina can get workout sessions too. 

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Just like a great workout body, you have to do the work to get your vagina in the right shape for getting the sex of your dreams. The most common and effective of these exercises is Kegel. This involves the following steps:

  • Lie or sit but make sure your bladder is empty
  • Tighten your pelvic floor muscles for 3-5 seconds, then release
  • Repeat the process at least thrice then slowly introduce it in your daily routine.

Kegels can be done as much as ten times at different times of the day.

7. When you are “wet,” it does not always mean that you’re aroused 

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Just because you are wet doesn’t mean that you are horny. In the same vein, you could be sexually aroused and still be dry “down there.” This dryness can be attributed to a lot of reasons from age to psychological disposition.

The point is: Wetness is not “consent,” and dryness does not always indicate that you are turned off. In the case of the latter, always keep stimulants like a good lubricant in handy!

8. Discharge is perfectly normal until it is not

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Vaginal discharge is a regular occurrence, changing in consistency throughout your cycle. A common indicator of a healthy discharge is when it is clear, milky, and gives off a scent that is not foul or unpleasant. However, if your vagina is itchy with this kind of discharge, you may want to check it out.

However, to know when things are no longer normal, check how frequent your discharge is and its consistency. Common signs that you may have an infection can be deduced by these colours in your discharge:

  • White with cottage-cheese consistency
  • Brownish (If you are seeing or just saw your period, then don’t worry about this one)
  • Yellowish
  • Greenish

9. Some things can go in your vagina but most things should never.

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When you put “forbidden” things in your vagina in a bid to kink up your sex life, that dick appointment can easily become a doctor’s appointment. I know a lot of people like to refer to their vaginas as a “cookie,” but it is not that in the real sense. This means you can’t put sugary stuff like honey or sugar in it. All of these lead to yeast infection.

Also, don’t let anyone tell you that dabbing your lady parts with yoghurt will cure a yeast infection. Bad bacteria breeds in moist places and using yoghurt will only make things worse.

Are you thinking, what then can I put in my vagina? There are options like clean and skilled fingers, clean penises, and clean sex toys. See what I did there? The keyword is ‘clean.’

10. The most enjoyable and effective way to keep your vagina in shape is through…

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Sex. Yes, as obvious as day. Sex is not only good for getting off but also helps to keep your blood circulating in a way that is immensely beneficial for vaginal health. If you are active, don’t shy away from having great sex or exploring new ways of experiencing pleasure with your partner. Not only will it enhance your intimacy, but it also keeps your lady parts so alive and kicking that even menopause won’t stand a chance.


Feel enlightened with these tips yet? Don’t forget to share with your friends and tell them all about it. Cheers to a healthy vagina, bomb sex, and earth-shattering orgasms! 

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