If sperm gets close enough to a girl's vaginal opening it can make its way in by getting rubbed around by clothes and such. Yeah , although it is very unlikely, sperm could get into her vagina. Pubic hair or no.
you can use youre fingers to spread it apart 8)
The hymen is just within the opening to the vagina. It will either be just on the outside of the vaginal opening at the vestibule, or within the vaginal opening.
Possible but unlikly unless you go deep ito the cervix
The vaginal opening is situated to the back of the vaginal folds, between the anus and the urethra. The urethra is the opening for urine to exit the body, it is the small opening in the center of the labial folds.
The vaginal orifice is the opening of the vagina
You would probably have a better chance wining lotto
If you are talking about the opening of the vagina to the outside world, the most common term is "vaginal opening." But you may be looking for the term vaginal vestibule, which is just in front of the opening. If you are talking about the opening of the vagina to the cervix, the term would be the external OS of the cervix.
it is highly unlikely ,but anything can happen
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening, it is different for everyone. Typically it will look like a crescent of tissue around the bottom/back of the vaginal opening, but in some people it may cover more of the vaginal opening.
possible but highly unlikely of course but i like sperm to eat my self ahahaha try it
The vulva (the outside) has 2 holes; the urethra and the vaginal canal. The vaginal canal (the inside) has one opening in the end and that is the cervix, the opening to the uterus.
The opening through which menstrual flow flows is the vaginal opening. Menstrual flow leaves the uterus via the cervix and then passes through the vaginal canal.
Your moms vaginal opening.
Through the vaginal opening.
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No it is not. The urethra is located higher up and right under the clitoris. The vaginal opening is closer to the anus and located inside the labia minora (inner lips).
It is best to stroke the area around the vaginal opening prior to attempting to insert a finger. Start with one finger and trace the opening, pressing slightly until you feel a bit of a "give" and wetness. Then, insert a little. If possible, insert the finger in and out, without ever completely removing it. Add additional fingers as needed. The vaginal should feel tight around your fingers at the opening only. You will notice the vaginal cavity expanding inside. Using rhythmic motion, slide your fingers in and out, with your palm toward your partner's belly. Curl a finger or two in a "come here" position until you feel a fleshy pad. This area is called the "g" spot and is directly under the clitoris. At this point, use your other hand (or mouth) or your thumb , if coordinated enough, to stimulate the clitoris at the same time. When you feel the vagina tighten, continue until you feel a rush of warmth and possibly some pulsating. Hold still for a few seconds, and then slowly pull your fingers out.
Urinating out of the vaginal opening indicates the urethra has become compromised. Call the doctor to schedule an examination and determine appropriate treatment.
Your menstrual flow comes out via your vaginal opening. The vaginal opening is at the bottom/back of your vulva, between your urethra (where you urinate from) and your anus (where you deficate from) - the vaginal opening is the same hole that vaginal discharge comes out of. Try looking at diaphragms online, such as from sex education sites like Scarleteen, to get an idea of where to look.
The hymen is situated within the opening of the vagina, just within the vaginal opening or just on the inside of the vaginal opening. If a woman looks at her own vulva in a mirror she can easily see the hymen.
Your fingers turn red
yes it does to be honnest sex is great
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