The first is the urethra and it can be found part way between the clitoris and the vagina, as you can see in the diagram below. One user, a nurse, recalls how a year-old patient 25! Instead, the muscles in the vagina expand and relax when aroused and tighten again post-intercourse. Men in particular seem very shocked to learn this information. In which case, please see a medical professional. Although it would be very convenient if it did. Conversely, if it's "too tight", it's probably because she is not properly aroused and is either uninterested in having sex at that moment or has not had enough time to warm up. Beyond sub-par sex ed classes, the confusion may stem from the fact that the outer genitalia the vulva is frequently mistaken for the vagina, whereas the vaginal opening aka the vestibule is, in fact, just one element of the vulva.
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