A YouGov survey found that two thirds of Brits were able to accurately identify the location of the clitoris. Almost half of British women are unable to correctly label the vagina on a diagram, according to a new survey. The research, conducted by YouGov , involved showing 2, British adults an image of female genitalia and asking them to identify the various parts and functions. The study found that nearly half of women 45 per cent were unsure about the location of the vagina. Moreover, more than half 55 per cent were unable to explain where the urethra is and more than one in four women 43 per cent failed to correctly label the labia.
Consider the word vagina. It's often used to describe your ever-elusive lady parts as a whole, but it's actually a misnomer: Your vagina's technically inside of your body that's why an ob-gyn has to use a speculum to see it ; what many women are referring to when they say "vagina" is actually the vulva—your external genitalia. Familiarizing yourself with Ready for vagina anatomy ?
What exactly IS a vagina? It's a surprisingly commong question, and one a good old vagina diagram can sure help out. You might think you've got it all down pat down there, but we use a lot of code words to talk about it, and we use the technical word itself in the wrong way — after all, it's not entirely accurate to call the extended network between your legs just the "vagina. Since knowledge is power, it's super important to know the anatomy of your vagina. To get to the heart of the matter, we chatted with Melanie Davis, PhD, a certified sexuality educator and sexuality education consultant, who gave us a virtual tour of the vagina and beyond.
The non-profit recently released three videos that illustrate what consent means. Project Consent's mission revolves around the education, awareness and positive dialogue about rape culture and was founded in The videos include an entirely safe-for-work cast of illustrated vaginas and penises, bottoms and breasts, and even a cheeky hand. All of the oddly adorable body parts participate in wholesome activities such as dancing, whistling and laughing. When one character gets a little too confident, a simple "no," is deemed sufficient -- and the sexual advances stop there.