I'm very concerned about the prospect of vaginal spas coming to the high street in the UK. Skip navigation! As the plethora of wacky treatments and products available to "cure" vaginal ailments — from painful sex and tightness to dryness and incontinence — continues to expand, there are signs that women's vaginas are in the firing line of a new potentially dangerous trend: "vaginal spas".
Perhaps worse, this includes the worrying information that only 45 percent of people who have their very own vagina are able to locate the vagina. A team of researchers asked respondents to label female genitalia. Overall, 52 percent of people couldn't locate the vagina.
A YouGov survey found that two thirds of Brits were able to accurately identify the location of the clitoris. Almost half of British women are unable to correctly label the vagina on a diagram, according to a new survey. The research, conducted by YouGovinvolved showing 2, British adults an image of female genitalia and asking them to identify the various parts and functions.
Just in time for International Women's Day, a YouGov survey has found that 45 per cent of us can't label a vagina correctly on a diagram and don't know its function. Unsurprisingly, six in ten men don't know the various bits of a vagina and only 69 per cent could label the clitoris which may explain a few things! Researchers presented 2, British adults with a diagram of female genitalia and asked them to identify the various parts and functions. Half of women couldn't say where the vagina was, 55 per cent said they didn't know what the urethra was and around half of both men and women failed to correctly label the labia.
There is a penis museum in Iceland. Which is pretty cool. But there is no physical vagina museum anywhere in the world.
Pussy is a nounan adjectiveand in rare uses a verb in the English language. It has several meanings, including use as slangas euphemismand as vulgarity. Common meanings of the noun include " cat ", as well as " coward or weakling ", and "the human vulva or vagina ", or as a synecdoche" sexual intercourse with a woman".
The vagina is, of course, the correct word to describe female genitals. But while 'vagina' is the clinically correct term, squeamishness continues to surround the use of the word. In addition, discussion of genitals male or female is often considered racy or even obscene.
Email address:. Nearly half of British women cannot identify the vagina, according to new statistics from a cancer charity that reveals alarmingly poor knowledge among women of their gynaecological anatomy. When shown a medical drawing of the female reproductive systemless than one third could correctly label six different parts — 44 per cent could not identify the vagina and 60 per cent the vulva.
The Daily Mail is a trash paper best used for mopping up cat urine, but this headline caught my eye:. The vagina is the one you can see, right? I generally try to limit my bodily knowledge to parts of it I suspect might be broken, because the less you know about its devilish machinations, the less you know to worry about!