Want Better Sex? Love Your Vagina

Three facts about your vagina to improve your sex life
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Want Better Sex? Love Your Vagina

Three facts about your vagina to improve your sex life

-Amber Madison

A pretty woman lying on her bed

Love your vagina. We’ve all heard it. It’s not gross, it’s luscious. It’s not ugly, it’s a flower. It’s not annoying, it’s complex. Yet still, if you’re like most women, you feel indifferent at best about your vagina.

In the grand scheme of things, loving it just doesn’t seem like that huge of a priority. You’re supposed to love your cellulite, your crooked nose and your frizzy hair; do you really have to feel good about your vagina too? Yes.

And not because that sentiment goes well with your patchouli-scented aromatherapy candle, but because the way you feel about your vagina has a direct impact on your sex life.

A recent study of more than 2,000 women by Dr. Laura Berman and Dr. Mieke Ana Windecker found that women who had the most positive image of their vaginas reported the most sexual energy and the easiest time achieving an orgasm. It also found that what a woman thought about the smell of her vagina was most closely linked to her overall vaginal perception. So in the name of better sex, here are five facts to help you like your vagina a little bit more (even if you’re not ready to say the “L” word yet).

1. It’s only scary because you’re not used to looking at it. Guys have no choice but to develop an intimate relationship with their genitals. They have to hold it when they pee, they catch glimpses of it every time they get out of the shower, and it’s just generally flopping around down there for them to inspect. You, on the other hand, have to contort your body around a mirror in order to see what’s between your legs. Because of this, you probably haven’t seen your vagina very much, and because of that when you do, it may be scary.

But the more often you look at yourself, the more comfortable you will feel with your body. (For a guided tour click here)


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15 thoughts on “Want Better Sex? Love Your Vagina

  1. littlelady says:

    Good points…but I still think the V’s are ugly!

  2. violetgal says:

    I definitely think that any man, who doesn’t like the way women smell, is gay. Women who like women don’t have a problem with it, so much have zero excuse in my book.

  3. violetgal says:

    Oops :P , meant to say “so MEN” have zero excuse

  4. cyboth says:

    Well Violetgal, better start to wash better… i think you are a lesbian.

  5. chocolate4538 says:

    women nor men should smell in my book atleast not in the genital area.

  6. GerryH says:

    Sorry to be pedantic, but should the article not be titled ‘Love your Vulva’
    The vagina is the internal part, the vulva is the external bits. You REALLY have to contort yourself with a mirror to see the vagina.
    I have spent many hours convincing my current girlfriend that she should love hers.

  7. alterego says:

    Cyboth, I hate to break it to you, but no matter how much you “wash”, you too have an odor — as do all women, naturally. Get used to it and don’t hate your own body.

  8. girlfriend_2 says:

    All men and women have odors. But its how you keep up your personal hygiene. All vaginas and penises have unique smells. I know my does. You should know your own body parts and smells. Become 1 with yourself. Dont be afraid to take a mirror and see exactly what he sees. And dont be afraid to examine his either. I examine mine daily, as well as his before and after oral sex. Get close and personal.

  9. Mate says:

    I agree with GerryH: Why do women in the media (and I guess women in general) call the female genitals you look at, a “vagina” when usually they are referring to the “vulva” (the parts you can easily see)?

  10. saveme says:

    no matter how ugly it is, u have to love it. its part of you.

  11. pillowchats_com says:

    Few women have great orgasms all the time. For many, orgasms are easier to come by with assistance from the finger, toys, etc. According to researchers, women with a c-v distance of 2.5cm are a lot more likely to have orgasms through penile stimulation alone. Others, are less likely. http://bit.ly/wfNnj

  12. VIXEN says:

    i jst looovvveee my vagina!!!!!!!! who doznt??????

  13. TantricMasseur44 says:

    Hello, Amber Madison.
    This article has some good points. Pity about the incorrect terminology. I’m with GerryH and Mate on this one. If you’re going to write about the appearance of the female genitals, at least TRY to get your terminology right. The parts that you are referring to are called the VULVA. The Vagina is the INTERNAL passage that connects the EXTERNAL Vulva with the INTERNAL Uterus. Vaginas and Uteruses(es) (es) are VERY rarely seen by anybody except obstetricians and gynaecolgists although most men do OCCASIONALLY get a ‘one-eyed’ view of a vagina – if they’re lucky – some more than others.

    Is the general female perception of the vulva so unfavourable that most of them even refuse to use the correct name for it or is this just a media thing?

    Ladies, I’d suggest that you love ALL of your sexual organs, particularly your Vulva and your Vagina, ‘cos they have the capacity to give you HUGE amounts of pleasure, especially if you learn to ‘drive’ them properly and help your man – or men – to learn how to ‘drive’ them properly too.

    I LOVE sending women ‘out of control’.

    Just my 0.02.

    You all have a wonderful sex life.
    Besat wishes.
    TantricMasseur44.

  14. larry lakes says:

    men need to love the vagina too. visit this website at http://mhlnk.com/93BCF407

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