The topic of how tight or loose a woman is down there remains as controversial as most subjects/questions surrounding sexual relations are today. There are a couple of misconceptions surrounding this mostly emanating from the fact there are a lot of men and women have a poor understanding of the factors that can result to a loose fanny.
Well, let’s put an end to that…
Understanding the Elastic Nature of Your Vagina
Contrary to what most people think or know, a healthy human vagina is comprised of tightly-folded elastic muscle tissues which contract or expand depending on how aroused the woman is before and during sex. These muscles work in almost a similar fashion as the muscles in your mouth. The same way you can stretch your mouth towards the ears ( might be painful ) but it still snaps back to its position when released is the same way your miss V acts during and after penetration. Additionally, the same way expanding and releasing your mouth repeatedly doesn’t alter its shape or structure, is also the same way having sex repeatedly cannot make you ‘loose’ or ‘tight’.
This also implies that the tightly folded muscles of the vagina will remain contracted until a degree of sexual arousal is achieved or just moments before childbirth. Anxiety or tension on hand, makes them tighten making it almost impossible for anything to go through.
What Causes Vaginal Looseness?
Although the muscles of your vagina are perfectly elastic – just as discussed above – they are also subject to slight alteration that can lead to ‘looseness’ or loss of natural elasticity.
One of the factors that can contribute to a loose and flappy vulva is multiple childbirth, particular if there are regular vaginal deliveries. During pregnancy and childbirth, the vagina muscles extend and stretch beyond their reasonable limits to accommodate the head of the baby. This one mostly ends up in the loosening of the vaginal canal and loss of the cervix’s elasticity, although the body tends to repair this damage by shrinking back several months after childbirth.
That being said, it is important to bear in mind that the stretched cervix and vagina may not necessarily shrink back to their old sizes even after recovering completely from the pregnancy. And this is probably one of the biggest fears most new mothers have.
Aging and Vaginal Elasticity
Nobody remains forever young regardless of how much you can try to retain your youthful looks. As you age, your skin and muscles – not just the vagina’s – start to lose their elasticity with each passing year. The loss of firmness and strength of these muscles leads to a flappy fanny and can be interpreted by most as being ‘loose’. It is therefore more likely for a 40-year-old adult woman to experience vaginal looseness than it is for a 21-year-old girl.
Your Lifestyle and Vaginal Elasticity
Women who lead sedentary lifestyles are likely to experience vaginal looseness earlier in life compared to those who are always engaged in physical activity regularly. The same can be said to those ladies with a habit of inserting sex toys in themselves as the vaginal muscles are not naturally designed to accommodate such foreign objects.