Facts About The Vagina ‘Dialogues’ – Size Does Matter

naked beautiful bodyAs most of you know, I love the vagina just as much as I love Ryan’s penis.  Which is a lot.  So I decided to draft a list from various sources, as well as from my own experience, and share it on our blog.  Originally when I compiled the list I ended up with 50 different Fun Facts About The Vagina.  Actually, some may not be “facts”, as there are unique vaginas and situations that do not follow with what different studies suggest.  If that is the case, fix your broken vagina.

As I reworked the list to put things in a certain order, I decided to let Ryan look over what I had.  He suggested commenting on each fun fact, whether it be silly or helpful, and break the article down into multiple blogs.  So, that’s what I did.

big clit1. Vaginal Erections

During arousal, your lady parts act like his man parts.  Most people have read that the clitoris swells with blood when a woman is turned on.  It’s not just the clitoris though, it is also the labia minora.  The labia minora contains erectile tissue that gets slightly stiffer when things heat up. The reasons for this go back to when you were a fetus with androgynous parts. “We all start out with the same tissues in that area,” says Shelly Holmstrom, MD, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of South Florida at Tampa.

Ryan:  Dat pic doe?
Nessa:  So ladies, the next time you get turned on, stand up and beat your labias against his face.
Ryan: I’ve been given multiple fat lips and black eyes from Nessa slamming her labias against my soft gentle face.
Nessa: I have to toughen you up just in case you end up in prison.
Ryan:

2. Swimming with the Sharks.  HOWARD, SMITH, LUCIO, BALDONI, LISHANSKY

The vagina produces a lubricant that is made of the same organic compound that is found in shark liver oil called squalene.  Squalene derived from sharks is sometimes added to moisturizers and skin creams, where it acts as an emollient.

Ryan: I guess that explains why my face is always so gentle and soft.
Nessa: Mine too.
Ryan: Ha!
Nessa: Anyway, no more buying lotion for me.  When I froth I will just rub it on my thighs and knees.
Ryan: … and I’ll enjoy the smell and taste much more.

3. Silly Silicone

Silicone lubricants may be right for you but not for your toys. Gynecologists like Chicago’s Lauren Streicher, MD, recommend silicone-based lubricants over water-based ones because they feel more natural, last much longer and doesn’t usually contain propylene glycol, which is a potential irritant. However, silicone lubricant can compromise the integrity of vibrators and other sex toys that also contain silicone, and can cause them to change shape or break down.

Nessa: So what about saliva?  Is that good for my toys?  Maybe you should deepthroat my dildo before I use it Ryan?
Ryan:  How about no.
Nessa:
 Prude.
Ryan:
Nessa: I guess I will stick to Coconut Oil for my toys.

loveandtampons14. A Tampon a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Menstrual blood may be a lifesaver. For years, scientists have been trying to find a medically helpful use for menstrual blood, which contains stem cells that have the ability to regenerate. The latest, most exciting research: cells from this all-too-readily-available blood are currently being tested to see if they can help patients with heart failure.

Nessa: See Ryan, you can eat me out on my period and protect yourself from heart failure.
Ryan: Not really sure how to reply to that.
Nessa: Maybe dunk my old tampon into a glass of warm water like tea or something?
Ryan: Yea, I pretty much like knowing we’ll have no more readers reading this blog again.  It’s refreshing.
Nessa:
Oh god, isn’t the vagina wonderful.  I should use this information about period blood and do a huge article on why men should enjoy a woman the most when they are menstruating.  Stem cells re-energizes you, make you feel younger, and also help with heart failure. You know, like the article like you did about the positive affects of semen and anal sex.  It really did promote more anal sex, which was your agenda.  Maybe I should push my agenda.
Ryan:  And your agenda is?
Nessa: When women are on their periods, me should bow before us and sing like an angels as our thrombocytes drip onto your tongues.
Ryan:  What the fuck?
Nessa: I know, I lost you at the thrombocyte part.  Those are blood cells whose function is to stop bleeding.
Ryan:
 Ha, yea, that’s what I was saying ‘what the fuck’ to for sure.  By the way, that anal article is by far our most popular blog.  I’ve helped men all over the world convince their otherwise reluctant wives to bend over and take one for the team.

shaving5. The Dangers of Shaving

Shaving and waxing the bikini area can cause micro-trauma — even when it doesn’t hurt. The process of hair removal causes tiny nicks and abrasions that can allow bacteria to get under the skin and cause infections, explains Susan Taylor, MD, a Philadelphia-based dermatologist and the author of Brown Skin. The micro-trauma caused by Brazilian waxes, especially, can boost the risk of a pox-like viral infection called molluscum contagiosum, suggests a small study published online in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections. Don’t share razors—and consider holding off sexual contact until a day or two after a wax (longer if you have visible bumps or wounds).

Ryan: Razor bumps can also turn into staph infections.  Any time you have razor bumps there are risks (lather up and use a good razor), but the risks are much higher when you have have skin to skin contact.  This is why staph is so prevalent in wrestling.
Nessa: Thank you Dr. Ryan.  I know I want to be totally smooth when I hook up with another girl, but I definitely suggest shaving a day or two prior to any hook ups.  Minimize your risks, no matter how “clean” you think your partner may be.

6. Vagina Abuse

Sex can also cause micro-trauma — even when it feels great. A normal, enjoyable bout of sex can still result in small scrapes or tears to the internal tissue, says Holmstrom. “Unfortunately for us, that’s why women are so much more likely than straight men to get STIs,” she says. Condoms are your best protection against STIs (besides abstinence, obviously), but as fans of the show Girls know, even they aren’t foolproof against HPV and genital ulcers, which can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact.

Nessa: Trust me on this one, 30 minutes of penis is all I need.
Ryan: Good thing, because 30 minutes is all I have!
Nessa:
Ha!  I’ve trained you well.  I remember in the beginning you would fuck me so hard and long it felt like my vagina was being slashed with razor blades.
Ryan: Damn.
Nessa:  Yea, I would moan and just take it. Even if lubricated properly, too much friction is still intense.  When I was young and naive I thought a good girl should just lay there and take it.
Ryan: Should I say sorry now or what?
Nessa:
No, just remember, slow and deep makes this girl orgasm, and I don’t need more than 30 minutes of penetration, ever.
Ryan: For our readers, every girl is different.  Figure out what your limits are and communicate with your lover.  Do NOT just lay there and “take it like a man” because you’ve read articles or heard that the longer a man goes, the better in bed he is.
Nessa:  Exactly.  The more a man listens to what you want and enjoy, the better he is in bed.

sweaty7. The Sweaty Vagina

Sweating down there isn’t only normal; it provides a necessary function.Just below the skin of the labia and clitoral hood are hundreds of tiny glands that secrete oil and sweat. This can protect your delicate areas from friction and overheating.

Ryan: This cannot protect your vagina from smelling.  If it sweats, wash it.
Nessa: That’s what I’m saying…
Ryan: What about that one girl we met that said she enjoys smelling sweat on another woman?
Nessa: Too bad, she can enjoy it on someone else.  I’m washing off thoroughly before any sexual activity.  Unless you know your partner well, I suggest you do the same.  I don’t mind Ryan’s sweat, but I’ve lived with him for half my life.
Ryan: So what are you saying.  You love giving me blow jobs after a long day doing yard work?
Nessa:
Ugh…
Ryan:
Don’t even try it Mrs. “Eat Me On My Period Because My Stem Cells Are Healthy, Article Coming Soon, 2014.”
Nessa: … and until they find stem cells in your sweat, you’re hoping your grass smelling balls in the shower first.
Ryan:  Hah!  Well, grass does have stem cells.  Technically.
Nessa: Straws.  Reaching.  Try again.

wet panties8. Wet Panties

It’s normal for premenopausal women to have daily discharge. The vagina can produce an average of a teaspoon of discharge a day, and it’s often white or transparent and odorless. Just before the ovulation phase of your menstrual cycle, this discharge will probably be more watery and elastic, and there will seem to be much more of it. If it bothers you, try a sanitary pad (and if you notice anything unusual — odor, discomfort, etc. — talk to your doctor).

Ryan: I’m slowly falling out of love with vaginas.
Nessa: I’m not.

9. The Carpets Match the Drapes

Hair around your vagina really does tend to be the same color as the hair on your head, but it will never be as long. The growth phase of pubic hair is much shorter than that of hair on your head.   While hair on your head can live up to seven years, pubic hair has a life expectancy of about three weeks, which is why it only grows so long. So don’t worry if you opt not to groom your pubes — you won’t need to braid them any time soon.

Ryan: It’s a fact that Asian women’s pubic hair has a life expectancy of a year, not 3 weeks.
Nessa:  Uh huh, a fact from where?
Ryan: I’ve done my research.
Nessa: Oh so basically internet porn and random message boards?
Ryan: Yea, pretty much.  Like I said, fact.

vag 1010. Size Does Matter

Just as petals range in size from buttercup to orchid, the length of the inner labia, or labia minora, can be between 3/4 inch and 2 1/3 inch (a much broader range than most of us realize), according to a classic study published in the early 1900s in the journal American Gynecology, and every gynecologist we’ve ever talked to says there’s no good medical, hygienic or aesthetic reason to be self-conscious of yours.

Nessa: Ryan, in your opinion does size matter?
Ryan: Aesthetically? I’d say the smaller the labias the more attractive.  But that is totally subjective.  I am sure some guys love the look of huge lips.
Nessa: What about physically?
Ryan: You know my opinion.  The bigger and fuller the lips, the more friction it creates.  The more friction, the better it feels to me.  The best example I can give is with anal sex.  Yes, it’s much tighter than any vagina I have ever felt, but the lack of friction and creates much less sensation. Without the lips rubbing against my shaft and head, it isn’t as fulfilling.
Nessa: Interesting for sure.   What about the insides of the vagina?  Does it feel the same as say the inside of my ass?
Ryan: No.  The inside of the vagina has so much more texture and sensation.  Also, not being quite as tight gives your inner ridges a chance to actually massage my penis.
Nessa: So aesthetically, smaller lips are more attractive to you.  However, physically, the larger lips feel better.
Ryan: Yea, pretty much.
Nessa:  Very interesting.  For alot of women, it’s the exact opposite. Aesthetically the huge penis is much more desirable, while an average or slightly above average penis is much less painful and more enjoyable to a lot of us.

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Learning to Make Him Cum Quicker From Oral Sex

When I first met Nessa we were both pretty inexperienced sexually, but still eager to try everything we had ever seen or thought about.  I remember being embarrassed to ask her if she would ever lick someone’s ass.  Of course she gave me the craziest look I had ever seen and said she’d never do that.  Moment later I hinted that I understood how a woman wouldn’t lick a guys ass unless she was really into him anyway.  She immediately switched from “reality” to “woman mode” and asked, “Do you want me to lick yours?”

When I say “woman mode,” I mean, women survived when it was “survival of the fittest”  by using their “fit” minds.  They know how to adapt.  They know how to please. They know how to manipulate men to make sure they have protection without the muscle.   They know how to figure out what the guy they are courting wants and immediately shut off anything they previously thought and open their mind to his ideas.

I remember Nessa bending me over the bed and spreading my cheeks.  She looked at my ass hole and immediately commented, “It looks like a balloon.”  I have no idea why, but we both laughed.  Young and in love, the girl I never thought I could get to like me, way out of my league, had me bent over in front of her as she studied my ass hole.  She stuck her tongue down in my crack and circled her tongue around the rim of my anus.  I remember feeling almost like a newborn baby cub being totally taken care of by it’s mother.  I know it sounds silly, but this safe feeling turned me on more than anything I had ever felt.  The concept isn’t foreign, as I had read that men love sucking on women’s breasts because it makes us feel safe and secure, like a newborn baby breastfeeding from it’s mother.  It brings us back to a time when all we had to do was be held close and everything was going to be alright.

Anyway, from the beginning Nessa prided herself in doing everything I had ever wanted, and of course, I wanted oral sex.  The problem?   No-one had ever made me orgasm from oral sex.  My only experience prior to her, was a few oral sex situations.

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13 Facts on the History of Marriage

With our blog focusing on being a married couple and our journey together, we sometimes get readers that disagree with our ideas.  The biggest argument we seem to be faced with is the argument of marriage.   Here is an email from a reader that claims that if we wanted to have threesomes we should have never gotten married:

Nessa and Ryan, I wholeheartedly disagree with what you guys write about on your blog.  Your website almost cheapens the idea of marriage and shows how far our society has gone.  Originally marriage was about two people loving each other, having a family, and being exclusive to your partner for the rest of your lives.  What happen to those days?   Why would anyone get married when they still enjoy committing adultery?  Maybe you should spend more time reading about what marriage really means rather than writing about your adulterous adventures.”

Okay, I will take your advice and read about what marriage really means.  Let’s talk about the origins of marriage.

Below is an excerpt from an article written by Tia Ghose of livescience.com.  The facts themselves were sourced from Stephanie Coontz, the author of “Marriage, a History: How Love Conquered Marriage,” (Penguin Books, 2006).

1. Arranged alliances

Marriage is a truly ancient institution that predates recorded history. But early marriage was seen as a strategic alliance between families, with the youngsters often having no say in the matter. In some cultures, parents even married one child to the spirit of a deceased child in order to strengthen familial bonds, Coontz said.

2. Family ties

Keeping alliances within the family was also quite common. In the Bible, the forefathers Isaac and Jacob married cousins and Abraham married his half-sister. Cousin marriages remain common throughout the world, particularly in the Middle East. In fact, Rutgers anthropologist Robin Fox has estimated that the majority of all marriages throughout history were between first and second cousins.

3. Polygamy preferred

Monogamy may seem central to marriage now, but in fact, polygamy was common throughout history. From Jacob, to Kings David and Solomon, Biblical men often had anywhere from two to thousands of wives. (Of course, though polygamy may have been an ideal that high-status men aspired to, for purely mathematical reasons most men likely had at most one wife). In a few cultures, one woman married multiple men, and there have even been some rare instances of group marriages.

4. Babies optional

In many early cultures, men could dissolve a marriage or take another wife if a woman was infertile. However, the early Christian church was a trailblazer in arguing that marriage was not contingent on producing offspring.

“The early Christian church held the position that if you can procreate you must not refuse to procreate. But they always took the position that they would annul a marriage if a man could not have sex with his wife, but not if they could not conceive,” Coontz told LiveScience.

5. Monogamy established

Monogamy became the guiding principle for Western marriages sometime between the sixth and the ninth centuries, Coontz said.

“There was a protracted battle between the Catholic Church and the old nobility and kings who wanted to say ‘I can take a second wife,'” Coontz said.

The Church eventually prevailed, with monogamy becoming central to the notion of marriage by the ninth century.

6. Monogamy lite

Still, monogamous marriage was very different from the modern conception of mutual fidelity. Though marriage was legally or sacramentally recognized between just one man and one woman, until the 19th century, men had wide latitude to engage in extramarital affairs, Coontz said. Any children resulting from those trysts, however, would be illegitimate, with no claim to the man’s inheritance.

“Men’s promiscuity was quite protected by the dual laws of legal monogamy but tolerance — basically enabling — of informal promiscuity,” Coontz said.

Women caught stepping out, by contrast, faced serious risk and censure.

7. State or church?

Marriages in the West were originally contracts between the families of two partners, with the Catholic Church and the state staying out of it. In 1215, the Catholic Church decreed that partners had to publicly post banns, or notices of an impending marriage in a local parish, to cut down on the frequency of invalid marriages (the Church eliminated that requirement in the 1980s). Still, until the 1500s, the Church accepted a couple’s word that they had exchanged marriage vows, with no witnesses or corroborating evidence needed.

8. Civil marriage

In the last several hundred years, the state has played a greater role in marriage. For instance, Massachusetts began requiring marriage licenses in 1639, and by the 19th-century marriage licenses were common in the United States.

9. Love matches

By about 250 years ago, the notion of love matches gained traction, Coontz said, meaning marriage was based on love and possibly sexual desire. But mutual attraction in marriage wasn’t important until about a century ago. In fact, in Victorian England, many held that women didn’t have strong sexual urges at all, Coontz said.

10. Market economics

Around the world, family-arranged alliances have gradually given way to love matches, and a transition from an agricultural to a market economy plays a big role in that transition, Coontz said.

Parents historically controlled access to inheritance of agricultural land. But with the spread of a market economy, “it’s less important for people to have permission of their parents to wait to give them an inheritance or to work on their parents’ land,” Coontz said. “So it’s more possible for young people to say, ‘heck, I’m going to marry who I want.'”

Modern markets also allow women to play a greater economic role, which lead to their greater independence. And the expansion of democracy, with its emphasis on liberty and individual choice, may also have stacked the deck for love matches.

11. Different spheres

Still, marriage wasn’t about equality until about 50 years ago. At that time, women and men had unique rights and responsibilities within marriage. For instance, in the United States, marital rape was legal in many states until the 1970s, and women often could not open credit cards in their own names, Coontz said. Women were entitled to support from their husbands, but didn’t have the right to decide on the distribution of community property. And if a wife was injured or killed, a man could sue the responsible party for depriving him of “services around the home,” whereas women didn’t have the same option, Coontz said.

12. Partnership of equals

By about 50 years ago, the notion that men and women had identical obligations within marriage began to take root. Instead of being about unique, gender-based roles, most partners conceived of their unions in terms of flexible divisions of labor, companionship, and mutual sexual attraction.

13. Gay marriage gains ground

Changes in straight marriage paved the way for gay marriage. Once marriage was not legally based on complementary, gender-based roles, gay marriage seemed like a logical next step.

“One of the reasons for the stunningly rapid increase in acceptance of same sex marriage is because heterosexuals have completely changed their notion of what marriage is between a man and a woman,” Coontz said. “We now believe it is based on love, mutual sexual attraction, equality and a flexible division of labor.”

What is marriage?  Since the idea of marriage has been changing since our existence, there is no real definite answer.  My opinion?  Marriage is two people learning to work together, raise a family together, and live together happily for the rest of their life. Two people communicating, being best friends, having experiences together and both agreeing on what they want to try together, without close minded limits worrying about how other people view your marriage. Marriage is not about what other people think your marriage should be, it is about what you as a couple feel your marriage should be.  You don’t marry their opinions, you marry your spouses.  And if you and your spouse are happy, that is really all that matters.  Ryan and I are very happy.

Thanks for the email.

Good Morning – I want you to cum “right there”

minutemanAfter many weeks of late-night gaming, video-editing, and uploading, I went to bed earlier than usual, getting a full six hours of sleep last night.  My body woke up earlier than normal, more than a half hour before my alarm was set to go off.  I cozied up against Ryan and put my hand on his chest.  He stirred as I moved my hand under the sheet to touch his skin; rubbing my fingers over his warm balls and soft penis.   This woke him up.  He rolled over and kissed on my neck as he slid his hand between my thighs. I was already nude. We both were.  His fingers slid between my lips, in and out.  I was still wet from when he left his semen in me just hours earlier.  I pulled him down to me, hooking my arms under his and holding onto his bulging traps.  He slowly slid his dick inside me and I start to moan as I feel him get thicker inside me.  His shaft starts to rub harder and harder.  He lifts up both my legs onto his shoulders, getting even deeper in me.

“Grab my shoulders now,” I moaned into his ears.  As he does, we’re locked in a tight position and I’m forced to take all of his cock with no room to wiggle free.  Both of my legs are high on his shoulders as my own knees are forced to rest next to my ears. As my legs are on his shoulders he reaches underneath my back and latches onto my shoulders so he can squeeze me into a ball and pull me down into his thrusts.  This position forces my body into a tight ball with my pussy and ass totally exposed to his thrusting pelvis.  I wanted to be abused.

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