Do girls have different tightness in vaginas?
When it comes to sex?
- adamLv 52 months agoFavorite Answer
Im 57 years old. I have been with many many women. Of course some are tighter than others. Personally I dont like it to tight. Or loose. There is a perfect middle ground .
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Yes. Fat ones can be Tight. Seems backwards.
- 1 month ago
It is the same as men have different sizes of penis.
- Digital OneLv 72 months ago
Yes.Most Adult women are not the same.
The bottom line is some Adult women are much better than others.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Who cares I put it in her butt
- yLv 72 months ago
Yes, either they are ready and want it or they are not.
- LadyMertonLv 72 months ago
oh that "tight"/"Loose" **Myth again?
Being "tight" is a good thing. WRONG! Absolutely, completely, 100% wrong. In fact, that particular myth is exactly opposite of the truth. When a person with a vagina is aroused sufficiently, their vagina actually loosens and their cervix pulls up to allow for comfortable insertion of an object. That is just the way that sexual arousal works for people with vaginas, thank goodness. So you should be looser when attempting vaginal intercourse, not tighter****. In fact, feeling "tight" is usually a pretty good indication that a person is either not ready for insertion or simply does not want to be involved in that activity (or sex, period) at that point.
Being "loose" means you've had lots of sex/had sex recently/etc.
Again, absolutely false
. Being relaxed and well lubricated means that you're into whatever sexual activity is going on.
It is important with this as well to understand that the vagina is a muscular tube.
This means that the vagina will conform to whatever is inside it.
So when there is nothing in a vagina, it is closed in on itself (in other words, the walls will be touching)
. Essentially, it goes back to exactly the way it was prior to inserting that object.
Immediately after sex, the vagina may remain relaxed for several minutes, but it will return to its prior state very shortly.
Certainly, like any muscle, there are variations in muscle tone, but for most people, especially younger people, there's just no reason to worry about a lack of tone with the vagina and the surrounding muscles
, and having had sex doesn't decrease tone: in fact, that'd be a pretty backwards thing to think about the use of any muscle, since use increases tone of the muscles.
You could have intercourse everyday for a year and it still wouldn't change a thing.
Similarly, you could abstain for a year and it wouldn't change a thing either (assuming that when you do have sex again, you are aroused and relaxed).
Inserting an object permanently changes the "tightness" of the vagina. Strike three!
Insertion of an object does not cause any permanent changes in the vagina
. As I said before, the vagina is a muscular tube, so it stretches to accommodate and then returns to its previous state.
Even vaginal childbirth results in very few changes to the vagina. In that case, the changes to the internal configuration are extremely minimal.
Some change may be noticed in the vaginal opening if serious tearing occurs or if an episiotomy is done, but again this is generally fairly minimal. So if the passage of a baby does not permanently alter the vagina, it's not even logical that intercourse would cause changes. I haven't heard of a penis that's the size of a full term baby, have you?
So in short, worrying about being "tight" is a pretty pointless and actually counter-productive thing to do.
Having sex will not make you looser
. Not having sex will not make you tighter.
There's not anything that is going to make you permanently "tighter" that is healthy or a good idea.
And if you are feeling tight, that's a good sign that you don't want to be having sex right then anyway. If you want to do something like Kegel exercises, that's fine. Rather than making you inherently tighter during sexual arousal, it will probably give you more conscious control over those muscles that you can exercise during sex if you desire
. But really, you should focus on being relaxed and enjoying yourself, rather than being as tight as a partner may (incorrectly) believe you should be.
- k wLv 72 months ago
they have muscles there that they need to learn how to use/control, you can ask this on youtube, and may find more info, and if they squeeze and hold, it will help strengthen their pee muscles and more, squeeze and hold
for 5-10 secs, nobody tells them.....there is a lot to learn....
- kelvinLv 72 months ago
of course as two vaginas are never the same