Feminine Facts Every Women Should Know

Overall results suggest that women are really concerned with what men think about their bodies, so much so that the opinion of an unknown and unseen male can completely change how they feel about themselves. But there is no exact definition for a perfect woman. At the end of the day, each man has his own personal preference for what he finds to be attractive and an eye catcher.


A woman having a poor body image can have numerous negative effects. One of the most common is being a low self-esteem, which has its own risks associated. Like all girls, you too want to stay clean and healthy by caring for your body completely including a proper hygiene cycle. But even when you’re taking care of yourself, there are certain guidelines that you need to follow. Here are a few things all girls should know about their body parts in order to stay healthy.

Breasts and Nipples

We all feel that 2 similar body parts have the same features, but this is not true in case of feminine breasts. One breast can be larger than the other. No two nipples are alike. That means two nipples on your body may not be a mirror image of each other. This is a very small difference to be noticeable and nothing to worry about. Every now and then, you’ll come across someone with an extra nipple – it’s not that uncommon! About 2% of women have supernumerary or the third nipple. Guys have extra nipples more often than girls.

There is a misconception about erect nipples in a female’s body. People usually believe that erect nipples indicate that a woman is sexually aroused. There are many reasons for a women’s nipple to get erect, some of these are not sexual in nature. Your nipples can get erect even if you feel cold or if they get sensation from your clothing rubbing.

One Uterus or Two?

Another interesting fact about a women’s body is that some are born with two uteruses and cervices or even two vaginas. This may not be easily noticeable at first but if you experience weird menstrual cycles or excessive bleeding then it’s an indication. This condition is known as uterus didelphys.

vulvaClimax for Women

When it comes to climaxing, “the clitoris is really crucial. Clitoris is the only organ in a woman’s body with sole function of providing pleasure. When we talk about erection, the penis is not the only thing, we have to talk about the clitoris as well. It might not be that much noticeable in case of women but it can definitely be felt and observed. Clitoris can come in all shapes and sizes. Clitoris varies from women to women but it should not affect the pleasure part.


Basic CMYKPee from Urethra

The female urethra is embedded within the vaginal wall, and its opening is situated between the labia. It is much shorter than that of a male. It basically helps to carry the urine from bladder to outside the body.

Bleed from Vagina

Normal vaginal bleeding is the periodic blood that flows as a discharge from woman’s uterus. During menstrual cycle women bleed from their vagina which is a separate hole from the one from where we pee i.e. the urethra.

You can figure out the 2 different opening by getting comfortable with yourself and exploring your lady bits with your finger while using a small mirror.

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Thus we can conclude by saying that it’s important to know this kind of stuff, because one cannot love themselves truly until and unless you love your girly parts. When we can talk about the eyeball, the lips and the elbow, then why not talk about the female sensitive parts. The more we know about our sensitive parts, the more we are empowered to live life happily.

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