We all know that the vagina is a versatile thing; it gives birth to babies , bleeds every month and can give immense pleasure. And such a complex body part has plenty going on behind the scenes, too. Leading intimate health specialist Dr Shirin Lakhani shared the facts with Cosmopolitan UK - from how deep your vagina really is, to whether sex actually makes it stretch Some quick maths here tells us that that's only a few inches, and it's highly likely that anyone who's had sex with a penis, or used a dildo, has had something bigger than that inside her vagina. But, as it turns out, that's because it's basically a tube, which gets bigger when you're turned on - kind of like an inverse penis.
Remember Me. Ever sat at your desk and felt a wet sensation in your undies? But like your mind is nowhere sex but yet, there you are with a wet vagina. The glands in your vagina and cervix create lubrication to prevent tearing and keep your vagina clean and moist.
For women and people with vulvas, getting wet doesn't just happen during sexual activity. In fact, vaginas lubricate themselves pretty regularly. But, when you commence any kind of sexual activity and are feeling turned on, the Bartholin and Skene glands get to work and start producing more natural lubrication.