The Pretty Pink Pussy Tour (Your Vulva, Vagina, and You)

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The Pretty Pink Pussy Tour (Your Vulva, Vagina, and You)

When you spread your legs apart, you will see your vulva, the whole collection of outside parts. Within it, you will notice two sets of labia. The labia majora consist of the two meatier, outermost lips. Just inside the labia majora are the labia minora, the two thinner, inner lips. These outer structures serve to protect the delicate structures that lie beneath the surface. When you spread the labia open, you will see the rest of your genitals. If you look just below the mons pubis, the first thing you’ll come across is your clitoris. It’s the nerve-laden nub of tissue at the very top of your genitals, just below the mons pubis. This is the only organ in either the male or the female body designed exclusively for sexual pleasure. Wow! Good thinking, JABA (Jesus/Jehovah, Allah, Buddha, Athena, Etc.) Pretty cool, huh?

The Urethra

If you go down from the clitoris, the next major landmark you’ll hit is the first of your three holes- the urethra, which is the tube that connects your bladder to the outside world, known to my three-year old daughter as the “pee pee hole.” You urinate out of your urethra, and your Skene’s glands, which are located just inside the urethra, are believed to be the origin of the elusive and controversial female ejaculation. In some women, during some orgasms, fluid may be expelled from the urethra. (If this has never happened to you, don’t worry. It only happens to some women, and even among those women, it doesn’t happen every time.)

The Hymen

Moving further south, you will come across the opening to your second hole- the vagina, which is a larger hole than the urethra and serves several important functions. The hymen, or what remains of it, lives right at the entrance to the vagina, right at the introitus. If you imagine the vagina as the sleeve of a men’s dress shirt, the hymen is its cuff. Usually, in adult women who have had sex, the hymen looks like a rag-tag Pink, fleshy circle around the vaginal opening, which may have several breaks in the circle or may no longer be visible, especially if you’ve had children.

The Vagina

Just past the hymen is the vagina, which is a potential space, meaning that, if nothing is holding it open, it collapses on itself like a sock without a foot in it. But the walls of the vagina are stretchy and allow it to expand. When you look at it, you won’t see this giant cavity. Instead, you’ll just see an opening, which can expand to serve its function. This is the mother of all pussy places. The vagina is the place where sexual intercourse happens, and during childbirth, it serves as the birth canal, stretching to allow a baby to come through. Outside of reproduction, it is the place where menstrual blood leaves the body, where the controversial G-spot lives, and where any number of Pretty Pink sexual activities take place.

The Perineum

Still heading south, if you leave the vagina, the next thing you encounter is the perineum, the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus, the opening to the rectum. The perineum is where you might see an episiotomy scar or tear if you’ve had a baby. It is also the most common area infected by certain sexually transmitted diseases, such as herpes and genital warts. Functionally, the perineum serves to separate the vagina from the rectum, with all its potentially harmful fecal bacteria, but recreationally, this very sensitive tissue is part of sex-play for many couples.

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