Adult 18+ Only! The Vagina: 5 things that happens to your genitals during sex

Sure things feel good and pleasurable down there when you are getting it on, but do you actually know what changes take place in your vagina during sex?

Let’s take a look at 5 incredible things that happen when you are turned on.

1. It becomes sensitive:

Once you’re in the mood, your body instantly becomes stimulated. Everyday Health notes that this happens when the blood begins to pump to your vagina and clitoris, making them larger and more sensitive. This increased sensitivity is what makes contact with those areas feel so good. 
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2. It lubricates itself:

As the vagina prepares for sex, it begins to produce its own lubrication. According to the Kinsey Institute, vaginal wetness is created by fluid that was originally part of the extra blood that began traveling to the vagina when you were first aroused.

3. It gets erect:

It may not be as obvious as a penis, but the clitoris can have an erection as well. This happens when this clitoral tissue swells and becomes stiff, and can last well after an orgasm, according to Women’s Health.

4. It doesn’t pee:

During orgasm, some women experience what feels like a little bit of pee. However, they are actually experiencing female ejaculation. Psychology Today notes that the fluid, often confused for urine, is made by secretions from the paraurethral glands. Although there are many medical questions about female ejaculation, 10 to 50 percent of woman report having experienced the phenomenon. 
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5. It may spasm:

It can be common for some women to experience pain from the penetration of sex. But you can go ahead and squish the ego of any guy who think’s it’s because his penis is too big. The fact is, as Mayo clinic notes, your vaginal wall can have spasms that are completely involuntary. The tightening of those muscles is what can lead to discomfort or pain.

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