Is Your Vagina Normal? What Men Think Of The 8 Different Vagina Types | YourTango
You're naked, they're naked, and you're both aroused. The smells, sweat, and sounds can suddenly seem erotically charged—to you, that is. In an Archives of Sexual Behavior study, women who were aroused felt significantly less grossed out by things they normally might be freaked out by. As for penis-havers people typically assigned male at birth? Well, their level of disgust stayed exactly the same, even in the heat of the moment. The good news: Men tend to have pretty low levels of "icky" feelings about sex to start with, according to the scientists.
14 Things Guys Don't Think About Your Body During Sex
MANY years before I got together with my boyfriend, I had a sex thing with this guy that I thought was relationship-material. He not only had an amazing body but a great personality as well. I was honest when I met him that I was looking for something more than just sex, and he led me to believe that was what he wanted, too. Between having mind-blowing sex, we ordered home delivery, played video games, and watched movies - couple-y type things but without the label. But when I tried to get him to go to a show or out to dinner with me, he refused.
Much like fingerprints, no two vaginas are exactly alike. Unfortunately, we seem to be left in the dark when it comes to this, leaving many of us to wonder: "Is my vagina normal? But that is the beauty of the vagina, and the vulva in its entirety. They are beautifully diverse, each and every one wonderful in its own ways. First, let's go over a few terms.