My pussy is so hot

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If you want to see a true treasure of human anatomy, then look no further than the vagina. First and foremost, vaginas are a lot of fun — sure, maybe not all the time, but a decent amount of the time. Vaginas are also pretty amazing and tough. Each one is special in its own way, and although it may be the source of occasional inconvenience, I, for one, love having a vagina. I mean, that's what best friends do after all. Here are 11 things your vagina might be trying to tell you , if only you'd call her more often.

11 Things Your Vagina Is Trying To Tell You

Can summer heat affect your gynecological health? | Pavilion for Women

For women and people with vulvas, getting wet doesn't just happen during sexual activity. In fact, vaginas lubricate themselves pretty regularly. But, when you commence any kind of sexual activity and are feeling turned on, the Bartholin and Skene glands get to work and start producing more natural lubrication. This is a perfectly normal, biological and physiological response to being aroused. It's good and healthy, and makes sex in any form more pleasurable.

Burning Vagina: 11 Reasons Why You're Dealing with the Sensation Down There

Fun fact: Even if you use the term vagina to describe allllll of the anatomy up in your pants, it's just one small part of the magic happening between your legs. Technically, your vagina is just the canal that runs from your vulva the visible area that includes the inner and outer labia, clitoris, and perineum to the cervix the lower portion of the uterus. If you're out here like, "Vulva who? Here, you'll find facts about all of those super important but often overlooked body parts, how to take care of them, and when to see your gyno. And just like that, your most frustrating fake body part was born.
If your lockdown looks has seen you spend entire days clad in lycra — then know that thus could be one cause of a burning vagina or, more likely, vulva — to be anatomically correct, the latter is the part of your genitals you can see. The former is the canal that runs up to your cervix. But what are the other potential causes for feeling a nasty, hot sensation down there? Straight up: conditions that cause vaginal or vulval burning are more common than you might like to think. Turns out your healthy day-to-day set-up could actually be the cause of your burning vagina.