It does vary a bit from person to person, but for the most part, it's not that variable.
The texture of the vagina isn't all one way. In other words, it feels a bit different at the opening than it does around the g-spot, and feels a bit different further back than that. If you're asking about the whole vulva, rather than just the vagina, then you're talking about even more variance, as the inner labia differ from the outer labia, for instance, and the mons differs from the perineum. As well, we tend to see some textural and other changes based on a persons age: the vagina and vulva are different at the age of 6 than they are at 26, different at 26 than at 66, primarily due to chemical/hormonal changes.
Do you have a specific concern? It might be easier to address this that way.
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I meant just the vagina, on the inside. I was just curious because I had never thought about it before really, and had always assumed it was smooth, and then I thought it was smooth except for the g-spot. But recently I was with my boyfriend and I felt inside a little and it felt ridged, not smooth.
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