10 Things You Didn’t Know About Vaginas

The famous YouTuber, entertainer, and comedian Joe Santagato talks about 10 things you probably didn’t know about vaginas. If you are into women or simply fascinated by their physique, keep on reading. You’ll find quite a few interesting facts. And, if you want to have a laugh or two, check out Joe’s video below. His comedic timing and humor are sure to put you in a good mood.

#1 Nerve Endings

The clitoris contains 8000 nerve endings, while the penis only contains 4000. Just imagine how much more sensitive the sex must feel for them. Is this even fair?!

#2 Size

The average vagina is 3-4 inches and can expand by 200% when aroused. Crazy, right? And, a woman’s uterus stretches up to 500 times its normal size during labor.

#3 Squalene

Both vaginas and sharks contain the natural lubricant squalene. Squalene keeps vaginas elastic and moist.

#4 Pubic Hair

Pubic hair has a life expectancy of 3 weeks, whereas the hair on your head can live up to 7 years.

#5 Orgasms

According to the studies done by the Center for Marital and Sexual Studies in California, the highest number of orgasms achieved by a woman over the course of an hour was 134. The highest number achieved by a man was 16.

#6 Self-cleaner

The vagina has a self-cleaning mechanism. Glands in the vagina produce fluid that flows out daily to help get rid of dead cells and other potentially harmful materials. The skin of the vaginal folds also have glands that produce fluid, called sebum, for added protection against infection. Neat, eh?

#7 Inner Walls

The inner walls are pleated and open like an umbrella during intercourse.

#8 Bacteria

The vagina is teeming with bacteria. Some of the good bacteria are also found in yogurt.

#9 Speculum

The speculum, a tool used by gynecologists, was used as early as 1300BC. I don’t know how in the world they were able to make that, but if you believe in ancient civilizations, this fact should not even surprise you.

#10 Sword Holder

The word vagina roughly translates as sword holder/scabbard in Latin.

Check out the video below for shits and giggles:

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