The stretchable canal that forms the passageway from the uterus to the outside of the body.

Vaginal Discharge:
Fluid that comes out of the vagina from the cervical canal or vagina.

Vaginal Intercourse:
Sexual intercourse in which the penis enters the vagina.

Vaginal Pouch - (also known as the Female Condom):
A latex sheath with flexible rings at each end that is inserted deep into the vagina like a diaphragm. It is an over-the-counter, barrier method of birth control that provides protection against many sexually transmitted infections. It is also sold online at many online condoms stores. See Condomania - the cheapest place to buy quality female condoms. Visit Condomania Online.

Vaginismus is an involuntary contraction of the muscles surrounding the entrance to the vagina, making penetration impossible and/or painful during sexual intercourse or any kind of vaginal penetration. See Vaginismus for more.

An inflammation of the vagina that sometimes is caused by a change in the normal balance of vaginal bacteria and the normal level of yeast in the vagina.

An enlargement of the spermatic vein, which supplies blood to the testicle. It can reduce blood flow and increase the temperature of the testicle, thereby causing infertility.

Vas Deferens:
Thin tubes that transports sperm from the testis to the urethra.

Surgical blocking or removal of a tiny piece of the vasa deferentia in men that is intended to provide permanent birth control.

One who studies sexually transmitted diseases.

The ability of a fetus to survive outside a woman's body.

People who lived during and after the reign of Britain's Queen Victoria (1837-1901), especially those who shared her fears about human sexuality.

A person who has not had sexual intercourse.

Never have hading sexual intercourse.

The sexual potency of a man.


A paraphilia in which sexual arousal becomes dependent on watching people undress or have sex play while they are unaware that they are being watched.

People who become aroused by secretly watching another person undress or engage in sexual behavior.

The external female genitalia, including the labia (majora and minora), clitoris, vaginal opening and two Bartholin's glands.




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