Wet & Ready Vaginas – Explore Juicy Delights!

Vagina has been a topic of discussion, curiosity and fascination for centuries. Despite its prevalence in human society, there is still much to learn about it. One thing that every person with a vagina knows too well is the sensation of being wet or ‘ready’. A wet and ready vagina often signifies sexual excitement and arousal which can lead to enhanced sensual experiences for both partners involved.

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What happens when you’re wet & ready?

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When someone gets sexually excited, their body prepares itself for intercourse by increasing blood flow to the genitals causing them to become engorged. This also results in vaginal lubrication which is a natural response of the female reproductive system. The primary function of this lubricant is to reduce friction during penetrative sex, but it does much more than that – it’s an indicator of readiness for sexual activity and enhances pleasure due to its slippery nature.

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Why do we get wet?

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The production of vaginal secretions or “wetness” happens in response to erotic stimulation, be it visual, tactile, olfactory or even just thought. The levels of these fluids vary greatly from person to person and throughout a menstrual cycle. Estrogen plays an important role here – higher estrogen levels lead to more lubrication. Also, note that emotional factors such as comfort with your partner can influence the amount of wetness produced too!

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The Science Behind It

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There are three types of secretions in the vagina: squamous cells from the walls of the vaginal canal, glycogen (a carbohydrate) which gets metabolized into lactic acid to maintain a slightly acidic environment to prevent infection and transudate- a watery fluid containing salts, glucose, proteins, etc. During sexual arousal, the secretion of these fluids increases dramatically due to blood flow stimulated by the parasympathetic nervous system which results in lubrication.

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Is it Normal?

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Yes! It’s completely natural and normal for vaginas to get wet during sexual excitement or even otherwise as part of one’s reproductive cycle. In fact, this response is so universal that it has been observed in several non-human species too. Remember though, every body is different and what feels “normal” can vary greatly from person to person!

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Exploring Juicy Delights

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A wet vagina signals readiness for intercourse but also opens up a realm of sensual exploration. Many people love the sensation of touching or tasting someone who is wet – it can add an extra layer of intimacy and pleasure. A good quality lubricant can also be used to mimic this feeling when natural fluids are not present. Remember, communication between partners is key here- discussing preferences and desires can lead to even more satisfying experiences!

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In conclusion, a wet vagina signifies sexual excitement but also plays an essential physiological role in reducing friction during sex, thus enhancing pleasure for all involved. It’s a natural part of the human experience and opens up opportunities for sensual exploration. So, embrace your natural fluidity and enjoy those juicy delights!

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