Any bigger than that, and the elasticity of the vagina is going to be less of a problem than the limits of the pelvic bones. How long is it safe to have something glass in my vagina? I have a glass bead that I like to put in there and am curious as to whether or not its safe to leave in overnight. My friend makes ceramic penises? Is it okay to fuck them? The glaze used is food safe, so I'm assuming it's vagina safe too? A food-safe glaze is probably vagina-safe too, yes. What if I stick a pencil up my vagina the eraser side, not as far as the point? Check your pencil carefully for these edges, and make sure both the eraser and metal bit are well attached.
By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Contrary to popular belief, most vaginas aren't neat little packages with all the pieces perfectly tucked in. Rather, vaginas all look quite different. However, according to a former bikini waxer who goes only by Mel to protect the identity of her clients, there are five different overall vagina shapes that she has seen in her career. While these types aren't scientific or 'a mathematic algorithm', Mel told Elite Daily : 'This is just to help women understand this weird "secret" [the appearance of our vaginas] we keep from our friends and society at large is not as scandalous or peculiar as we may have thought. Neat little package: A former bikini waxer said she has divided vaginas into five shapes, including the tidy Ms. Type two: Illustrated by Kylah Benes , they also include the Ms. Puff, which is like the Ms.
Vaginas — or more accurately, vulvas, and all their components — come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. They even have different smells. And unless your normal involves pain or discomfort , everything is likely fine. Still unsure? Take a look at these pictures of real labia to get a sense of how varied they can really be, and read on to learn more about their overall appearance. The fleshy outer lips of your vulva are known as the labia majora. The inner lips — which usually lead the way to your vaginal opening — are called the labia minora.
Hey girl, QQ: Have you ever looked down at your own vagina? I mean, really took a peek? So, congrats! You too have one of the many different vaginas in the world—and that, undoubtedly, makes you you. Anatomically, the vagina is the elastic, muscular canal inside you that essentially connects your uterus to the "outside world," if you will. In other words, you can't even actually see your vagina.