A little while ago, I made a popular video called, “10 Fascinating Facts About The Penis You Did NOT Know”. And, to my surprise, it got a ton of views.
However, I didn’t want to leave out or forget all about the vagina. And, based on the questions and comments from the guys, I decided to make today’s video about “7 things men should know about the vagina” in 2023.
So guys, sit back and listen carefully…
Women Get Erections Too
So obviously, when a man gets aroused, extra blood flows to the penis, it swells and grows in size and hence, an erection.
Well, the same thing happens to a woman.
More specifically, extra blood flows to her clitoris and yes, the clitoris also expands and grows in size. And yes, it also gets erect.
And just like the penis, the clitoris at this time becomes extra sensitive, just like the head of your penis.
Just know that if you try to stimulate the clitoris too much, too hard, or too fast… it can become overly sensitive and may retract back underneath the hood to avoid further stimulation.
Thus, you need to take your time and most importantly, listen to … or watch for … or feel for … specific clues she will express based on her words or body language, letting you know when to do more or when to back off.
Remember, it’s about HER pleasure, not yours when you’re trying to arouse and please her.
By the way, guys, IF you’re not able to get a hard erection and/or maintain it, make sure you check more articles for proven solutions for better blood flow & harder, fuller erections.
And yes, the “blood flow” solutions will also work for women as well.
Getting Wet, Is She Into You or Not?
Most people will say or assume that when a guy gets an erection, he must be “turned on” by his partner. Yes, this is mostly true.
Granted, if the guy is having hormonal or blood flow problems, then he may not be able to get an erection, even though he is turned on. He can be very aroused mentally and emotionally, but things aren’t working correctly due to hormones or stress, or something similar.
Now, when it comes to women, most guys will think or assume that if she isn’t “wet” or lubricated, she isn’t turned on or aroused.
But, this also isn’t necessarily true.
Again, age, stress, hormones, menstrual cycles, and so forth all play a key role in her ability to produce lubrication.
For example, women may have a harder time lubricating naturally after menstruation. Certain medications and antihistamines also make lubrication more difficult, as do changes in hormones, birth control, age, stress, alcohol, or other drugs.
Also, just like guys, the longer you’re in a relationship with someone, the longer it may take you to get aroused or in a woman’s case, get wet and lubricated.
Again, this has to do with hormones and neurotransmitters.
For example, when you first meet someone, your dopamine and testosterone levels shoot up, in addition to other hormonal changes. These factors allow you to get aroused quickly.
Either way, the point here is to be patient and if she’s not super wet, don’t take it personally. It may have nothing to do with you.
Just make sure you use some form of lubrication, such as your saliva.
Clitoris Is Twice As Sensitive
Earlier I mentioned how a woman’s clitoris grows just like the penis. In fact, in many ways, the clitoris is just like a penis … at least when it comes to sex.
And just as the head of the penis is the most sensitive, so is the same with the head of the clitoris.
Here’s something you may not know – the clitoris serves one purpose and one purpose only: to make a woman feel good.
In fact, it’s the only human organ that exists solely for pleasure.
And because of this, it’s estimated that the clitoris has about 8000 pleasure sensory nerve endings. While the head of the penis has about 4,000 nerves. Thus, women can feel twice the pleasure – and that’s just with their clitoris.
The point here is that make sure if you want to satisfy your woman, you give extra attention to her clitoris. Take your time, be gentle, and get creative.
More importantly, when in doubt – just ask her what he likes.
Remember, your only goal is to satisfy her – and she knows better than you do, what she really wants, likes, and responds to.
Your Scrotum & Her Labia
In addition to the penis, as an area of sexual pleasure, is also the guy’s testicles.
Basically, the scrotum and the surrounding areas are also very erogenous. Lots of pleasure sensory nerves.
Something you may not know is that the clitoris develops from the same area of an embryo (called the genital tabernacle) as a man’s penis.
Now, in this same area in the embryo, where the scrotum develops in men, the labia majora develops in females.
Thus, the surrounding areas and skin of the vagina should also be stimulated gently with the fingers, mouth, and tongue.
When it comes to pleasure, the penis is like the clitoris. And the scrotum is like the labia.
Orgasms Through Intercourse
So far, I’ve mentioned how sensitive a woman’s clitoris, labia, and this entire outer and surrounding area are.
YET, most guys just want to have intercourse and expect a woman to orgasm.
Bad move guys, unless you’re very selfish.
Studies show that 75% of women NEVER achieve orgasms from intercourse alone.
Thus, foreplay and external stimulation can be far more important than penetration, when it comes to women achieving orgasms.
My suggestion is you first stimulate her mind – that can be with words, anticipation, compliments, and so forth. This starts foreplay…
Then stimulate her body by kissing her lips, neck, breasts, and so forth.
As she gets more aroused emotionally, gently stimulate the OUTSIDE of her vagina — her labia, clitoris, and so forth.
Then gently insert a finger or two inside her vagina, while also stimulating her clitoris. Pay attention to the clues she’s giving you – her words, sounds, body language, and so forth.
FINALLY, when he is just grinding you and basically begging, THEN you can then penetrate her. At this point, if she hasn’t already orgasmed, she will as she’s ready.
Remember, women take time and need more stimulation. Be patient. Ask questions, listen, be attentive, curious, and give.
Sex, just like a good relationship, is a place to give, not take.
G-spot & “Squirting”
Speaking of orgasms through intercourse, what about the infamous G-spot? Some say it exits and some say it doesn’t.
Experts have said the G-spot is an area in the vagina that can give a woman the most pleasure, even more so than clitoral stimulation.
Personally, I can assure you that the G-spot does exist.
Finding it is another story and she also needs to know her body well.
If done correctly, not only can you give her an intense orgasm through her g-spot, but you can also make her squirt or what’s called, “female ejaculation”.
Penis & Vagina Size
As stated at the beginning of this video, guys are a bit obsessed about their penis, especially the size of it.
I have an entire video series about how to grow your penis.
However, keep in mind that the vaginal canal can change in size. It’s usually 3-6 inches long (7.5-15 cm). But the elastic tissue has the ability to expand by 200% and thus, take 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) of penis size.
What’s also interesting is that the vagina can also snap back like a rubber band. So, it won’t stretch out permanently.
However, multiple births or aging, or changes in hormones might cause the vagina’s muscular elasticity to weaken. But the good news is that Kegel exercises can help.
In fact, Kegel exercises can also help a man get better and have harder erections.
So, I’ve given some things for you guys to think about. I suggest you watch and listen to this video again, and maybe take notes.
Share it with one of your buddies. Or, your lady and ask her what she thinks about it.
In fact, ask if she’s gotta any suggestions for me to add to part two of this video because there are a few other interesting facts I’m saving for later to release in a future video.
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