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Ehhh, not exactly. Well, there are a variety of factors that might be at play. Khalil says. Here are a few common reasons why it may feel as if your vagina is too tight for sex, plus how to find relief.
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Tight Vagina - Why Your Vagina Might Feel Tight Or Irritated During Sex And Penetration
When my supervisor — the glorious founder of Everyday Feminism, Sandra Kim — mentioned in an editorial team meeting that she wanted to see more articles addressing specific questions that folks have around the various topics that we cover, I derailed the entire conversation in my excitement. And I mean, I get this question a lot — probably more than any other sexuality-related question that I get on Tumblr. And I think that understanding ourselves — which includes our bodies, in all of their glorious complexities — is a necessary part of feminism. Because our feminist revolution, I think, starts with our relationships with ourselves. One of my least favorite parts about being a sexuality scholar is how often I learn about the ways in which Western medicine — as an extension of society — is oppressive in the name of science. Further, it was established that calling women dysfunctional — or, essentially broken — for working differently from men is—um—blatantly oppressive. And only us?
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Busting the Myths Behind Vaginal Tightness
Some people say that it hurts, while others report no pain at all. For many, it refers to penetrative vaginal sex. Penetrative vaginal sex can hurt for many reasons, not just due to the loss of virginity. Some people believe that tearing the hymen , a thin layer that often covers the vagina, explains the pain that some people experience when they first have sex. However, not everyone has a hymen, and even when they do, it may not tear during vaginal sex.
Verification sent. Please check your inbox to verify your address. If sex is associated with pain then this initial pain can lead to fear of recurring pain, making it difficult to relax, which can lead to more pain.