Honestly, some guys need a tight slap upside the head, they really do.
Truth of the matter is that there's really no such thing as a "loose" vagina or a "floppy" vagina. Vaginas are made out of extremely resilient muscle that is strong and flexible enough to push a baby into the world and still hold a tampon in place. Put your finger inside your own vagina and you will feel that your vagina will hold your finger very snugly and comfortably: that is EXACTLY what it's supposed to do, and EXACTLY what it is supposed to feel like.
A lot of people have a weird idea that the vagina is like a big open sack or bag. Actually, the vagina is what we call a "potential space." This means that it will expand to encompass something that is put into it (to a certain extent: they can't stretch forever), but that if there is nothing placed inside the vagina, there is not a big empty space in there. When the vagina is empty, the muscular walls simply close in on one another. Most of the time, the walls of the vagina are touching one another, completely closed, no space in there at all.
That said, people DO have different sized bodies and body parts. Just like some guys have penises that are longer or thicker than others, and some women have breasts that are bigger or differently shaped than others, some women have vaginas that are somewhat bigger (longer or wider) than others. That's normal human variation.
However, since all of the things I just mentioned about how vaginas are built are true no matter HOW big or small anyone's vagina is, all vaginas are going to behave and feel more or less the same. Honest. I've known quite a few vaginas in my time, and it's really true.
And no, it makes no difference whether or not you have had sex. It doesn't even make a difference whether you have had a baby, usually, and if you *have* had a baby and find that the tone of your pubic muscles is not as strong after the birth as it was before the birth, there is a very simple exercise you can do to help keep all your pubic muscles in fine shape.
In fact, you can do it even if you haven't had a baby... actually even men can do this exercise to strengthen their pubococcygeal muscles, the muscles that line the pubic region, because everyone has more or less the same muscular structure down there regardless of what kind of genitals they have. It's called a Kegel Exercise, and you do it like this:
Squeeze your buttocks and pelvic muscles together as if you were trying to cut off the flow of urine while peeing. Hold it for a second. Release. Repeat as often as you like.
There you go. Pretty easy, isn't it? And you can do it when you're sitting on the bus and no one will know the difference.
(Note For the Worried: No, you will not bulk up like Arnold Schwarzenneger from doing Kegel Exercises. The muscles that this exercises are mostly what is called smooth muscle tissue, the same kind of muscle tissue of which the heart is made. Keeping it toned will only keep it toned, it will not bulk up. Your heart doesn't get any bigger when you get aerobic exercise and make it pump harder, right? Right.)
(Second Note for the Anatomically Over-Hopeful: No, Kegel Exercises will not make your vagina magically tighter or smaller. As I just explained, vaginas are tubes of very elastic, expandable muscle. These exercises tone that muscle and make sure it is in optimal shape to do its job, which is to be very elastic, strong, and expandable. That's all. There is NOTHING wrong with your vagina if it doesn't feel as tight as someone's fist holding your fingers. It isn't supposed to feel like that. It really isn't. That's not the way it works.)
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