What should my pussy look like

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By Amy Hunt TZ. Vulvas and vaginas have long been considered a taboo subject matter - a topic to be whispered about quietly, usually while blushing. Heaven forbid if we women were to have a frank conversation about our appearance 'down there', or which is the best vibrator to use when we need a release. But, according to Lynn Enright, author of Vagina: A re-education, this taboo is damaging to women. It means that over half of us don't know what's normal when it comes to our own anatomy, plus when it's time to worry about a sore vagina , or unusual vaginal discharge.

A no nonsense guide to normal vaginas

What does the inside of a vagina look like? Diagrams and self-exam

You know the saying "No two snowflakes are exactly alike? There is no one right way for a vagina to look, meaning that there's no such thing as a perfect one. If anyone should know that, it's an OB-GYN who's been seeing patients, and their vaginas, for nearly three decades. The only qualities that make a vagina "perfect" are good health and confidence. Here is an overview of what normal anatomy looks like for the female external genitalia. What we think of as the vagina actually includes the outer labia majora lips , inner labia minora lips , clitoris clit , clitoral hood, opening to the urethra, and opening to the vagina.

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Performing a vaginal self-exam at home can help you familiarize yourself with your own body, as all vaginas are different. It can also help you identify changes and abnormalities. A gynecologist can check you for symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases STDs and perform a Pap smear test to screen for cervical cancer.
It can help with body image anxiety. Now, her latest work puts vulvas and vaginas in the spotlight thanks to her new book Womanhood: The Bare Reality and forthcoming Channel 4 documentary: Vaginas. And when women share intimate photos and deeply personal experiences relating to their vaginas, the result is a tender yet taboo-exploding message of women reclaiming their womanhood. I think a part of me was shying away from that intimacy because I would have to address my own related experiences. The correct language and understanding of female genitalia is so important to me: the vulva is the whole external package, the vagina is a muscular tube which leads from the cervix the neck of the womb down to the vulva.