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Hooray for your vulva!

Why it is a true miracle

Have you ever heard of "Viva la Vulva" - the celebration of the vulva? Surely you have already encountered images of various styles and fashion on the net that thematize the female gender. There are even vulva-shaped jewellery or decoration items for the home that are inspired by the shape of the vulva. What looks like a trend is an important movement. Your vulva is a real miracle and even makes your male counterpart look stupid out of the wash. Unfortunately, however, it still receives too little attention and recognition - until now. Here you will learn everything you need to know about your power organ.

Hooray for your vulva!

Why it is a true miracle

Have you ever heard of "Viva la Vulva" - the celebration of the vulva? Surely you have already encountered images of various styles and fashion on the net that thematize the female gender. There are even vulva-shaped jewellery or decoration items for the home that are inspired by the shape of the vulva. What looks like a trend is an important movement. Your vulva is a real miracle and even makes your male counterpart look stupid out of the wash. Unfortunately, however, it still receives too little attention and recognition - until now. Here you will learn everything you need to know about your power organ.

Vulva, vagina, what?

Let's start with the basics. What's the matter with you? Because still far too few people know the difference between vulva and vagina. And this although most of us have already encountered at least one vulva. Studies such as the Eve Appeal survey with 2,000 participants* show more than clearly how ignorant we are in this field: Only half of the interviewed men knew where and what the vagina was, two thirds could not assign the vulva. Unfortunately, the situation is not always different for women, even though they themselves are owners of both regions. Here is a little refreshment for you or for those who are unsure about the location of vulva and vagina:

As vulva the external sex organs are called. These include the labia, the clitoris and the mons veneris.


The vagina is the tubular internal sexual organ that connects the cervix and uterus with the vulva. It can be between 7.5 and 12.5 centimetres long.

Penis or vagina

Both sex organs are more alike than you might think. You could even say with a clear conscience that there is no such thing as penis envy, because women also have a penis in some ways and men also have a vagina. Man and woman have countless cavernous bodies that react to arousal. Both have a shaft and a foreskin - for women it's just different. And both were educated in the womb first of all equal. This is because the sex-forming proteins are only produced by hormones after some time. So we are the same from the beginning and find our gender later.

The vulva makes the difference

However, we women have an advantage over men and that is the vulva. Because unlike the penis and the vagina, it serves pure pleasure. Yay! She is supposed to stimulate us sexually and that often makes her quite excellent. The engines of pleasure are almost 8,000 nerve cells, which make your vulva an organ of the absolute top class. The penis, on the other hand, only makes it to 4,000 nerve cells, half of them - sorry, but not sorry guys. No wonder Shere Hite wrote in her Hite Report in the 70s that about 70 percent of all women need clitoral stimulation to reach their peak. Because this is where most of the nerve cells are that make you tremble. Blunt in and out brings the desired success to very few women and this has of course not changed in the last 50 years. But at best, how does this miracle get you one highlight after another? The excitement causes the glands behind the labia and the cavernous body thighs in your vulva to swell. This makes the inner part of the clitoris more prominent and the nerve endings easier to reach. This increases your pleasure feeling during sex considerably and also explains why you sometimes do not feel very much when you are not yet aroused enough.

Why did the vulva go unnoticed for so long?

We hope now that the vulva has received attention from its owners over the decades and centuries. But for a long time it was simply ignored by science. The term vagina originated as early as the 17th century, when people were looking for a name for the part of the woman into which the man put his "sword". Little creative, but at least fitting, the name of the vagina was born here, which means nothing more than a scabbard in Latin. No term was invented for the outer part of the female genitalia. The visible organs, which were not important for the man, suddenly became invisible. And that shouldn't change for a long time. The female sexuality remained hidden for centuries - women served to reproduce and satisfy men. If they lived out their own sexuality freely, they were mostly convicted. This is another reason why female pleasure is so little researched today compared to male pleasure. We do not even know how exactly the individual nerve cells of the vulva transport the stimuli into the brain.

"The man has a sexual organ. The woman has a hole. It is defined by an absence."
Mithu Sanyal (cultural scientist, journalist and author) in a Stern interview

My vulva, my playground!

So and no other way you should look at your vulva, vagina and everything that goes with it. Because only if you know yourself really well here, you will become more self-confident and have better sex with the right partner and a healthy portion of self-love. But unfortunately still too many women shy away from exploring their vulva. Every woman should enjoy the discovery tour. Simple feeling and touching is the first way. You can also sit in front of a mirror with your legs apart, or if you want to involve your partner, you can do that as well. He or she will be happy to explore your vulva a little more closely. Both of you will learn which "buttons" to press to have fun. And: Make yourself at peace! With a little practice this not only leads to the climax, but also creates a connection between you and your vulva. You're not sure if you're coming to orgasm clitorally or vaginally? Then just try it out. You can also test wonderfully and with a lot of fun where exactly you are most sensitive and what you love. Your vulva and your vagina will thank you for it.

Is your vulva beautiful?

Yes! The answer is that simple and still women ask themselves again and again whether their vulva is beautiful enough or meets the standard. Even cosmetic surgery, in which the labia are shortened, is becoming more and more popular. Your vulva is as unique as your fingerprint. It is perfectly normal for it to look different than your girlfriends' and to change over the course of your life. All that matters is that you accept your vulva. Because you can hardly change them. For questions about your vulva or vagina the gynaecologist is the best address. If you are really unsure about the look of your vulva, you can get rid of all your fears here. During the regular checks, the gynaecologist will also draw your attention to strong changes in the vulva. So that your and other volcanoes can end their shadow existence, you should know and accept yourself well. But it doesn't hurt if we all don't turn a blind eye to the term and stop finding trivializations for our vulva. In the end, society will also be trained and more open to actually completely harmless topics that have been taboo for too long.

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