Innie and outie vagina

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It also includes the vagina, which is the inside bit of muscle that connects the vulva to the uterus. The embarrassingly naive bit, on my part, is that the pics in that article left me gobsmacked and I spent ages zooming in and having a really good look — because to put it bluntly, I thought all vulvas looked like a slit on the outside with all the bits and pieces hidden behind. I told you, embarrassingly naive. Just like body shapes and indeed, belly buttons, each vulva is unique to its owner — not good or bad, just different. Post continues below.

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Women are more open about their bodies than ever before. From the freethenip movement , to the daring menstrual marathon statement from Kiran Gandhi, there is more pride in the female form than ever before. How was this possible? As the daughter of a doctor, I was pretty sure I knew everything about everything when it came to our fanny region from before I could even use a fork. But the similarities stop there. There is no aesthetic perfection when it comes to genitals, but what there is, is a whole lot of anxiety, resulting in money-making surgery.

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So why am I giving you an anatomy lesson here? As a young girl, I grew up often questioning my own anatomy, wondering if I was normal, and even thought at one point my clitoris was a tiny penis I must have grown overnight fearing I was becoming a hermaphrodite! Whilst I see this now sounds humorous and might I add ridiculous , this plagued me for some years and I would like to speak out that this is NOT ok. One of our core beliefs here at IvoryRose, is the promotion of feeling confident, as females, in our own anatomy. Take time to educate yourself.
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