What’s Your Vagina IQ?

I took this test at The WH website, thinking that I’ll fare rather well, because I had Women’s Studies back in college, and enjoy great sex and all that. Tough luck. Out of 13 questions, I got a measly 5 (more or less) points. The quiz even called me a Vajayjay Virgin. Sad, I know. So I decided to help you other girls out and raise you V-IQ. Here were go:

The best position for G-spot simulation

I’m happy to say that got this one right. According to Women’s Health "Woman-on-top and rear entry (including Reverse Cowgirl) give his penis more contact with the super-sensitive front wall of your vagina."

Where the term G-spot came from

I didn’t know this one. But the term actually came from the doctor who first documented it – German doctor Ernst Grafenberg. He first documented the G-Spot in 1950. You go Doctor G!

How much discharge does the vulva and vagina produce?

Got this right. A woman’s vulva and vagina produce an average of 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 grams of discharge about 3 times a day. The discharge can be clear, white, or yellow, and fluid, waxy, stringy, or clumpy.

 What’s the outer part of the vagina called?

While most people would call the whole thing between a woman’s legs "the vagina", the outer part is called the vulva. Now you know.

The vulva does not do what?

The vulva (specifically its labia majora or outer lips) do everything from keeping dirt and bacteria out and keeping sex comfy by cushioning your partner’s pelvis during sex.  It does not however, trigger orgasms. I knew it.

Which vagina part does not stiffen during orgasm?

Your clitoris and labia minora (because they are made up of contain erectile tissue, made up of clusters of tiny blood vessels) actually do stiffen during climax – but the outer lips – your labia majora – do not.

What’s the real purpose of the clitoris?

Ladies, your clitoris has not other purpose but for pleasure.

How many nerve endings does the vagina have?

I thought the vagina contains thousands of nerve endings, but according to the WH it only has hundreds. This is why the vagina is not as responsive to touch as the vulva is.

Which food prevents yeast infection?

We all know which food yeast infection resembles. What I did not know is which food prevents yeast infection. And that dear ladies, is good ol’ yogurt. A cup contains enough lactobacillus to prevent itching and infection. See, yogurt is not only good for your diet, but good for vaginal health as well.

Which underwear option do most doctors recommend?

I though breathable cotton undies are a woman’s best bet, but surprisingly, WH says that unless you are wearing clothes that could irritate you, doctors recommend you go commando.

How many types of orgasms have been documented?

And here I though there is only 1 type. Apparently there are three. The first type is that which radiates from the clitoris. The second type is that which occurs deeper inside the vagina. And the third type which a combination of the two.

Which is not an actual part of the female anatomy?

The choices were vestibule (which I know is another term for lobby – which means it could be used for a number of things like the vulval vestibule, or the ear vestibule. I ruled this one out.) The second word was vagus nerves (which I had no clue as to what it could be referring; I later found out that it is the 10th of 12 cranial nerves.) The third is word is vas deferens. I figured, it was my best bet. Lucky guess. The vas deferens is found in men. It connects the testicles with the urethra.

Which make organ is the G-spot often compared to?

I do not know a lot about the male reproductive system. But apparently, they have something that is comparable to our G-spot. And that is their prostate. WH reports that some doctors believe that our G-spot should be called the female prostate. Some women ejaculate a fluid during orgasm which is similar to what males release.

Source: Women’s Health