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BonnieWright13
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When I stick two fingers in me, It's like i have a left and right side to my vagina? What is it?
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Heather
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The vagina is a muscular tube, a cylinder. In other words, it isn't linear, so can't have "sides."

One might identify areas of the vagina as being to the left or rght of the cervix, or as one part of the tube facing towards the belly, the othr the back, but it's still a tube, so: sideless.


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