These days, we look at our vaginas — or more correctly, vulvas — much more than women or men used to. And as we get older or after childbirth, many of us are shocked to find the area has changed. So, what can you expect to happen to your vagina? What's normal and what's not? First things first. Just as everyone has a different body shape, eye colour, or preference for sexual partner, there is also enormous variation in vaginas and vulvas, regardless of age.
Everything You Should Know Before Getting a Christina Piercing
Christina Piercing: 15 FAQs, Pictures, and More
A Christina piercing is a piercing at the top of the cleft of Venus. This is where the labia majora — aka outer lips — join together, just above the clitoral hood. The piercing extends up vertically from the cleft through the mons pubis , the fleshy mound above the cleft. Unlike a clitoris piercing that boosts sensation, a Christina is purely ornamental.
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The clitoris has 8, nerve endings in the tip alone, making it the ultimate pleasure spot. For as long as science has been aware of the clitoris, it has been the subject of much scrutiny, confusion, and dismissal. And that pleasure part is key. Casey Tanner , certified sex therapist and an expert for sex toy company LELO , which recently partnered with BlackBook on the book A Woman's Right To Pleasure , explains that the clitoris is the only genital organ that functions solely for sexual satisfaction as opposed to reproduction. And while you might think of clitoral and vaginal orgasms as two different things, we now know that what most of us think of the clitoris is actually just the external tip of the iceberg — the clitoris continues inside of the body, too.