The word “vagina” is Latin for “sheath” or “scabbard.” The plural of vagina is vaginae or vaginas.
The vagina is a potential space, meaning that if nothing is holding it open, it collapses, like a sock without a foot in it.
While each woman’s vagina is different, the average length of an unaroused vagina in a mature woman is between 2.5-3.0 inches wide and 3.5 inches long. The vagina can expand up to 200% during sexual intercourse and giving birth.
Hair around the vaginal area grows only for three weeks. However, the hair on a person’s head can grow for up to seven years.
Both sharks and vaginas have a substance called squalene. Squalene exists in shark livers and is also a natural vaginal lubricant
Each vagina has its own smell. The smell depends on a variety of factors, including the combination of normal bacteria that live in the vagina, diet, types of fabric a woman wears, level of hygiene, how much a woman sweats, and gland secretions
The etymology of the word “cunt” is uncertain. Some scholars believe it derives from the Latin cuneus, “wedge,” or from the Proto-Indo-European *gwen, which is the root of “queen,” and the Greek gyne, “woman.
The first inch or two of the vagina has the most nerve endings and is the most pleasure receptive.
Some researchers believe that the G-spot (the Grafenberg spot) lies two to three inches inside the vagina, on the anterior wall (near the belly button), just under the urethra. They believe this area has a different texture than the rest of the vagina and may be a remnant prostate gland.