vagina—canal that forms
the passageway from the uterus to the outside of a woman's body. This is where menstrual
blood, vaginal fluids and babies leave the body and where a penis could be
inserted during sexual
intercourse between a man and a woman.
Contraceptive Film (VCF)—spermicide that is a
paper-thin sheet of film that is placed on or near the cervix and dissolves
with body heat.
discharge—fluid that is released every day
from a vagina. Its purpose is to clean
the vagina. The amount of fluid
released varies throughout the month.
intercourse—when a man's erect penis, a dildo,
or a vibrator is inserted into a woman’s vagina.
lubrication—fluid that is released when a woman is sexually aroused.
opening—largest of three orifices between a female's legs.
The other two are the urethra and the anus.
vaginal orgasm—female orgasm
caused primarily by penetration of the vagina with less emphasis on clitoral
problem where the women's vaginal muscles contract so tightly that
intercourse is difficult or impossible.
vanilla—slang for non-kinky, "traditional" sex,
usually between men and women.
expulsion of vaginal gas
vasectomy—surgery, performed on a man's vas deferens
inside the scrotum, which leaves him infertile.
VD—venereal disease; sexually transmitted
butterfly—slang for cunnilingus
for a vagina
vibe—slang for vibrator.
vibrator—sex toy that vibrates, frequently used to stimulate the
clitoris. Compare with a dildo which
usually refers to a toy with no moving parts.
Conversely, a vibrator includes an electric motor that causes it to
wand—BDSM sex toy in the shape of a wand that
creates a shocking sensation.
viper—slang for penis
virgin/virginity—person who has never engaged in sex. What constitutes sex is open to debate and definition.