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Anatomy 101 for HER

Updated: Oct 9, 2023

Sex On The Floor Podcast - Episode 13: Anatomy 101 for HER


The human body is a complex and fascinating entity, and when it comes to female anatomy, there is a wealth of knowledge to be gained. Understanding your own anatomy helps you develop a better sense of body awareness and self-knowledge. It allows you to navigate and communicate about your own body with confidence and clarity.


The vulva and the vagina play different roles in sexual health and pleasure. The clitoris, a part of the vulva, is highly sensitive and plays a crucial role in sexual stimulation and pleasure. Understanding this distinction can enhance sexual experiences and communication with partners. Knowing the difference between the vulva and the vagina is important for addressing reproductive health concerns. Accurate terminology and understanding of your own anatomy help when discussing symptoms, seeking medical advice, and addressing reproductive health issues with healthcare professionals.

Knowledge about your own body empowers you to make informed decisions about your sexual and reproductive health. It allows you to advocate for yourself, ask relevant questions, and seek appropriate care when needed. Understanding the difference between the vulva and the vagina helps promote accurate and inclusive sexual education. It allows for better communication about sexual and reproductive health topics, reducing confusion and promoting open and informed discussions.


Understanding female anatomy is an essential component of self-care and empowerment. Knowing your own anatomy and understanding the distinction between the vulva and the vagina is crucial for body awareness, health, pleasure, and empowerment. It allows you to take control of your own sexual and reproductive health, make informed decisions, and communicate effectively with healthcare providers and partners. Remember, knowledge is power, and self-knowledge is the foundation for a healthy and satisfying sexual life.


Sex On The Floor Podcast - Episode 13: Anatomy 101 for HER

Dr. Katie Schubert, Sex Therapist, Owner of Cypress Wellness Center

Dr. Molly Hart, Pelvic Floor PT, Owner of Pelvic Balance Physical Therapy

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