Collectively, these parts are called the vulva. Rich with nerves, the vulva can provide sexual pleasure when properly stimulated. The vagina is a muscular tube about three to four inches long that ends the birth canal. The vaginal opening is visible from the outside but it is protected by the labia when a woman stands and during most activities. The labia majora are two folds of skin that extend from the front of the vaginal opening to the back of it.
Debunking the myth that the key to womens' pleasure lies in the clitoris and G-spot, sex experts said the mons pubis is the place you should be focusing on, the Daily Star reported. The underrated erogenous zone is the fleshy part of the vagina above the labia, also known as the pubic mound, but most people skip over it during foreplay. Alix Fox, Durex's sex and relationships expert, said the mons pubis is also known as the mons veneris, or "the mound of Venus", and is named after the Roman goddess of love. It's literally 'a cushion for the pushing'. The sexpert continued that the mons is also home to lots of sebaceous and sweat glands, which produce sebum and perspiration containing pheromones: special chemicals designed to smell attractive to partners and provoke arousal. Fox further said, "Lovers tend to focus on a woman's clitoris and vagina; with all good intentions, they can get so side-tracked by concentrating on a lady's 'downstairs area' that they don't realise they could also bring her great pleasure by taking a small step upstairs and giving the mons pubis some attention too. Meanwhile there's another erogenous zone you might not have heard of - the A-spot.
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Physical imperfections are usually visible to the naked eye. Flaws can range from minimal irregularities such as a receding hairline or having one eye slightly larger than the other. Others can be stark abnormalities such as a distorted limb or a blatant handicap. However, when it comes to the more private area of our bodies, it may be more difficult to differentiate between normal and abnormal. Pelvic appearance and health continue to remain private subjects for most. Request a FREE confidential consultation. The research continued to say that many women rely on pornographic material to compare their private parts to what they think might be the norm.
In human anatomy , and in mammals in general, the mons pubis or pubic mound also known simply as the mons , and known specifically in females as the mons Venus or mons veneris   is a rounded mass of fatty tissue found over the pubic symphysis of the pubic bones. For females, the mons pubis forms the anterior portion of the vulva. It divides into the labia majora literally "larger lips" , on either side of the furrow known as the pudendal cleft , that surrounds the labia minora , clitoris , urethra , vaginal opening , and other structures of the vulval vestibule. Although present in both men and women, the mons pubis tends to be larger in women.