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Amazing facts about your “honey pot”

Published 18/05/2015

Like any other body part, your vagina is just another part of you, so it seems logical to get well acquainted with it. It’s time to sit among your girlfriends over a glass of wine and talk about some of the most amazing facts you may not know about your hoo-hahs

Vaginas and sharks have something in common. No, it’s (thankfully) not teeth

They both contain the substance squalene. This exists in shark livers and is a natural vaginal lubricant.

Vaginas are lined with ringed muscular ridges.

This helps it expand when necessary, such as during intercourse or childbirth. They expand up to 200 percent during intercourse or childbirth.

Penis captivus

Vaginas are also strong enough to clamp down on penises. This is known as penis captivus. It is a rare occurrence in intercourse when the muscles in the vagina clamp down with intensity on the penis, which makes it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina.

First movie who used the word “vagina”

As strange as it may seem, Walt Disney was on the forefront of women talking about their vaginae (plural of vagina). The first movie to use the word “vagina“ on film was Disney’s “The Story of Menstruation,” released in 1946.

Kegel exercises

In 1948, a man named Arnold Kegel changed women’s lives forever when he published a pelvic floor exercise that quickly became synonymous with his name.

8000 Nerve Endings in the Clitoris

There are 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris, while the penis only has 4,000. This is why the tiny area is considered to be the most sensitive part of a woman’s erogenous zone.

Weird nicknames for your honey pot: hoo ha; coochie; lady parts; kitty; cockpit; tunnel of love; bubble gum by the bum; snooch; cock squeezer

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