December 24, 2018 at 1:35 am #161855
п»їThe female sexual organs
Considered an object of sin or greed, the woman’s sex has been hidden for a long time. If it is no longer taboo, has it really lost its mystery? Let’s take a lookвЂ¦
Considered an object of sin or greed, the woman’s sex has been hidden for a long time. If it is no longer taboo, has it really lost its mystery? Let’s take a look…
What you seeвЂ¦
Unlike the male sex, female sexual organs are, to a large extent, internal.
– Dressed in often poetic and iconic terms, the outer and visible part, which contains mucous membranes, is called vulva.
– The pubis is first distinguished, also called the mons pubis, which has the form of a small cushion of fat and covers the bones of the pelvis.
– Next we find the labia majora, and then the labia minora, more or less visible according to their shape. Putting them aside a little, we discover, in the area called the vestibule, the hole in the urethra (where the urine comes out) and, further back, the entrance of the vagina.
– The labia minora join at the base and form a cap that protects the clitoris. Erectile, the latter has the shape of a small yolk. Extremely rich in nerve endings, the clitoris is a source of pleasure for women.
… and what you do not see
It is inside the body where the sexual organs themselves are located, intended to ensure reproductive functions.
– On each side of the lower abdomen, we have the ovaries, the place where the ovules are located.
– Then the tubes are distinguished, which are born from the ovaries to reach the uterus.
– The uterus is intended to eventually accommodate an embryo. Due to the influence of the hormones secreted by the ovaries, their internal appearance is modified, thus preparing to receive the fertilized egg.
– Funnel-shaped, the vagina also have many blood vessels. With a depth of about 8 cm, it has the peculiarity of being very elastic, which allows men to introduce their sex in sexual relationships and the baby to go out in labor. At the entrance of the vagina there may be a small membrane more or less thick: the hymen. It is perforated in the center to allow the elimination of blood from menstruation, and is present in girls who are virgins. Normally, in the first sexual relationship is broken (which sometimes causes a slight bleeding), but can also tear apart by practicing some sports (dance, gymnastics …).
Organs sensitive to pleasure
Source of pleasure, the female sex reacts to stimulation. At this time, some parts of his anatomy undergo temporary transformations. During excitement, the volume of the labia minora increases, they become filled with blood and redden. The clitoris, once stimulated, also fills with blood and comes out of its cap. Inside, the vagina is irrigated and produces secretions to facilitate penetration. In the orgasm, your muscles contract and, once at rest, the muscles recover their normal shape and size.
The functioning of the female sexual organs is established according to a well-defined cycle that is repeated every 28 days. In the first phase, the ovaries produce hormones for an ovule to mature, and last between 12 and 14 days. During this time, the uterus prepares to receive the possible arrival of an embryo, that is, an ovule fertilized by a sperm. In this maturation, the egg is expelled by one of the tubes: it is what is called ovulation. Its duration of life is only a few days, and only at that moment can be fertilized by a sperm. It will slide to the uterus to develop and give life to a fetus. If it is not the case, it dies and disintegrates progressively. The blood that composes it is expelled through the vagina (this is menstruation), and the ovaries begin to produce hormones for a new ovule.
When the biological clock sounds
A woman can only conceive children during a certain period of her life, since she only has a limited number of ovules that can be fertilized. This amount is defined at birth. When it ends, the ovaries quickly stop producing hormones and, therefore, stop working. This definitive stop is known as menopause. There are treatments to compensate discomfort due to this cessation of activity, but nothing can “reactivate the machine.” However, this does not mean that the woman can not have more sex.
Organs sensitive to infections and diseases
Like all organs of the human body, the sexual organs are also susceptible to being contaminated by germs or infected by viruses. Some are benign (mycosis, urine infections …) and are cured with antibiotics, but others are more serious. Some do not even heal, like AIDS. They are all contagious, so you have to be careful. A good hygiene (water and soft intimate gel without soap) can prevent some infections, but it is not enough against sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore, it is recommended to use effective protection methods, since healthy sexual organs are organs that work well, and guarantee a full sexual life for all.
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