okay so how do u know if your vagina is tight? and also, for the guys, when your having sex do you guys care how big the girls pussy is? like does it matter to u?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Sexual Health and Reproduction category? Maybe give some free advice about: Virginity? xoiiloveyou143xo answered Friday June 1 2007, 7:02 am: What most people misunderstand is the fact that a girl really does not lose any of her 'tightness' unless she has given birth to a child. Girls constantly worry that they aren't tight enough, but it usually isn't a problem. Guys shouldn't be worried about the size of a woman's vagina. If they are, then they aren't having sex for the right reasons. Like the person beneath me suggested, kegel exercises will help. There is also a tightening cream out on the market. I've never tried it, but it may be something to look into if that's a really concern of yours. There is also vaginal rejuvination surgery, but that's a big extreme and is mostly used after a woman has given birth.
solidadvice4teens answered Thursday May 31 2007, 3:59 am: For me all that matters is that I love the girl I'm with and who she is and I'm having sex for the right reasons because I'm ready and committed to her. I think that's all that should matter for you and other girls too.
The last thing that matters to me is size, shape, coloration of her genitals. If it's the only thing your partner cares about or is a big deal to him which I hope it's not lose him as he's not mature.
Most boys your age have never seen female genitals not had sex so your partner most likely is or should be feeling grateful that you are doing something sexual at all with him. If he doesn't like the shape, size, color, tightness than he's pretty darn shallow and immature and shouldn't be doing anything remotely bordering something sexual with you or another girl.
Vagina's all look different and may be different shapes, sizes or have slight discolaration to the pigment of the skin. Not all vaginas look like the pictures in adult magazines or films boys may have sneaked a peak at.
There's nothing gross, weird, strange etc. with the way your vagina looks no matter what anyone may say. It's normal.
As far as tightness goes this can be corrected or made better over time. There's exercises caled kegal exercises that are designed to tighten the muscles in your pubic region. It's believed it also enhances intercourse for male/female.
Tightness shouldn't be an issue at all because of that reason. Most women who have had children resort to using kegal exercises because the vagina stretches an awful lot to deliver a 9 pound infant for example.
It doesn't matter to me as male as it's all about loving your partner first or you shouldn't be having sex and being mature enough to handle sex and what eachother looks like. Nobody is picture perfect anywhere on their body or looks like anatomy text books, diagrams pictures.
Your fine, don't worry and it won't matter to most guys as they're just thrilled to be doing anything remotely sexual with anyone but themselves at their age. Relax. It's fine.
Although it may sound gross or weird to you a lot of sex educators such as Lynda Madaras and the people running Scarleteen suggest that females take a hand-held mirror and look around down there to become aware of what their genitals look like so that they can accept them as normal and know the functions of them. [ solidadvice4teens's advice column | Ask solidadvice4teens A Question ]
joellamamama400 answered Thursday May 31 2007, 12:39 am: well guys don't like tight ass vigina's but they don't like ginormas hanging viginas cuz it's like throwing a hot dog down a hallway but it depends on his size and how thick he is it's kinda an opinion question but mostley what i said at first stands true [ joellamamama400's advice column | Ask joellamamama400 A Question ]
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