The bag of waters surrounding and protecting the fetus in the uterus, maintaining an even temperature and cushion from injury.
The clitoral crura are two erectile tissue structures, which together form a V-shape, attached to the pubic arch. During sexual arousal, the crura become engorged with blood, as does all of the erectile tissue of the clitoris.
Female ejaculation is an expulsion of fluid from from the glands on the side of the urethra during or before an orgasm. The glands are called Skene’s peri-urethral glands, also referred to as the female prostate.
The larger external folds of the vulva, surrounding the opening of your vagina.
The smaller inner folds of the vulva, eternal to and surrounding your vagina.
Stimulation of your genitals, often focusing on the clitoris, manually for your sexual pleasure.
The first period a woman has.
The rounded pad of fatty tissue lying over your pubic bones. When you’re standing in front of a mirror naked, you can see it, covered by your pubic hair.
Release of ova (egg) from your ovaries.
A steroid hormone released by your corpus luteum (hormone secreting structure in your ovaries) that stimulates your uterus to prepare for pregnancy.
The duct urine passes out of the body from your bladder, positioned between the clitoris and vaginal opening.
The muscular canal leading from your external genitals to your cervix, the entry of your uterus.
Your external genitalia.