Indians are wary of such topics and do not discuss them very openly. They would rather turn to the internet and look for answers. The question has always been directed towards men whether size matters or not. But never has it been directed towards women. Does the size of vagina matter?
Though they might not talk about it, some women may worry about the size of their vagina and how it affects sexual pleasure, particularly after having a baby. Not a lot of research has been done in this area and because there are so many variables at play in women’s sexuality it is difficult to tell if vagina size and sexual pleasure are linked.
The vagina is a very “elastic” organ. Though small, it can expand enough to let a baby pass through. This is because the walls of the vagina are similar to those of the stomach. The main issue that women have is discomfort during sex. This typically occurs if the vagina is too short or tight. After a women gives birth, she complains that it feels loose and they feel less satisfied.
The researchers found that desire, arousal, orgasm, pain, and sexual satisfaction were not linked to vagina size. Instead, the best predictors of sexual inactivity were advanced age, higher BMI, and not being in a committed relationship.
So, I guess the answer is clear. Size DOES NOT matter.
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