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Ok I'm a curious male, with no life. I admit that and please no lektuer on that, nor for my grammer.

How deep is a Viagina? 6 inches? 8 ? I know differnet girls have differnet sizes, just as men do for there penis's, but I've never heard anyone every commit on this, or any other site related. The first thing that might spring to mind is, "Go out and find out".... I wish. But I find myself alone in my mid 30's, unattached, unwed, and alone.
I like to be educated a little here. So,

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The average depth of the vagina, when the woman is aroused and the cervix pulls back, is approximately five inches, if I remember correctly.

Which, interestingly enough, is the average penis length. Isn't nature wonderful!

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