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Thursday, January 27 2011

The Size of Vagina

Question: How can you tell the size of a woman’s vagina?

Answer: I want to start out by saying that I don’t like this question, not with all the procedures abound encouraging women to tighten up their va-jay-jay’s so they can appear more youthful than their wildest pre-sex and baby dreams.  This type of procedure implies that vagina size is an issue that women can control, while penis size, which can also be an issue, is never the guy’s fault and is what it is. That we discuss size at all gets to me on some level, not that I don’t get why, but at the same time, I don’t get why we have to make one size feel off for being the size that it is. If someone’s vagina, or penis, size doesn’t work for you where it’s at, then work on it, or work on finding what works for you.

That being said, the Kama Sutra breaks down the size of a woman’s “yoni” into three categories. The deer is the tightest, with the mare being average and the elephant large. Before you start to visualize a deer, mare and elephant fitting inside a vagina, stop.

The Kama Sutra uses this animal visualization to help us think about the various sizes of both penis (there’s the hare, bull and horse man) as well as to describe the pairings between the three equal unions and the six unequal ones, like elephant woman with hare man.

In the same vain that you wouldn’t be able to tell if Andre the Giant - rest in peace - had a large member to go with his ginormous feet (there’s no correlation), you can’t tell vagina size from the size of a woman’s boobs, heart or hands. Besides, you also don’t know how tight her pelvic floor is, how many children she’s had or what her vagina type is in the first place. That being said, if you don’t feel like you’re a fit when you fit together, there are options, but before you get too serious, if you test out the sex and it doesn’t test out, think about getting too serious. We don’t all fit together, and if we’re not sure if we’re fit enough, why go down that road from the start? I’m just being honest.


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