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Vagina
...  the opening of the vagina and the urethra. Bartholin’s Glands This is the gland that is located beside the vagina’s opening and produces a fluid secretion during intercourse. Clitoris the clitoris is the only part of the vagina that is made purely for pleasure. It is a clump of thousands of nerve fibers, and it is twice than those found in the penis. The internal parts of the  ...

Vulva
...  sebaceous glands and the sweat glands lie. The other parts of the vulva rely on the labia majora for protection, and this is the female counterpart for the male scrotum. The labia majora protects the clitoris partially, by forming a hood like covering in it. Labia Minora This part of the external genitalia is located in the middle of the labia majora. It is hairless, and just like the labia  ...


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