FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT VAGINAL TIGHTNESS: CAN SEX CAUSE VAGINAL LOOSENESS?

FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT VAGINAL TIGHTNESS: CAN SEX CAUSE VAGINAL LOOSENESS?

There are so many questions by the youth on social media about vaginal tightness. If you’ve been wondering how a loose vag feels? Causes of the loose-fitting vagina. Why your girlfriend feels loose, or how to keep the fence tight down there? You have landed on the right article.

 It’s no secret that most people, if not all, prefer a tight punani to one that has slackened and lost its grip. This preference is because a tight vagina causes more friction hence more pleasurable penetration. The vaginal walls stimulate arousal for both parties upon touch and strikes. A perfect example— Imagine tasting a lollipop without sucking on it. Instead, you are licking the space around it. It feels pointless right? after all, where is the sweetness? That is how people, both male, and female, describe vaginal looseness.

 Some believe vaginal tightness is just mythology or perception: it doesn’t exist, and others think otherwise. These beliefs lead us to an important question: Does vaginal tightness or looseness exist? But before we can answer this question, we need to know the characteristics of the vaginal wall.

 WHAT YOU HAVE TO KNOW ABOUT THE VAGINA

The vagina is a muscle, and its tissue is elastic, meaning it contracts and relaxes. When a muscle contracts, it will feel tighter. Conversely, when it relaxes it may feel looser. For example —when you stretch an elastic band, it always bounces back to its original size. It’s the same for the vagina too. During sex, when the female feels aroused, the vaginal muscles relax to accommodate the penis and contract back to their original size after orgasm. Arousal is not permanent neither is the relaxation of the vagina. With this analogy, we can conclude that the idea of a loose pussy regarding sexual satisfaction is false. Frequent sex does not and cannot cause the vagina to slack and lose its tightness. It is a myth used to shame women sexually and needs to be debunked by society.

 Unfortunately, not all women can have a sheathlike honeypot: some vaginas are tighter than others. Although sex cannot cause the vagina to loosen, other factors like aging and natural childbirth can.

 WHEN DOES THE VAGINA START TO LOSE ITS GRIP?

Like any muscle, the vagina changes, it may significantly lose its firmness and elasticity with menopause. This affects their sexual health. Also, in menopause, there is less to no lubrication during sex which causes hindrance to penetration.

 ARTICLE SUMMARY
  • Frequent sex does not and cannot cause vaginal looseness. The vagina is a muscular canal. Its function is to relax during arousal and contract to its original size after orgasm.
  • Factors like Menopause and normal childbirth (vaginal delivery) can cause a reduction in the elasticity of the muscle, hence the idea of vaginal looseness.
  • Vaginal tightness is relative: Some women are naturally tighter than others. Either way, it's normal, and should not be the cause of sexual insecurity in women.

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