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There are also multiple non-genital peripheral anatomic structures involved in female sexual responses such as salivary and sweat glands, cutaneous blood vessels and nipples. The vagina consists of a tube of autonomically-innervated smooth muscle longitudinal outer, inner circular layer lined by stratified squamous epithelium and a sub-dermal layer rich in capillaries. The vaginal wall consists of an inner glandular mucous type stratified squamous cell epithelium supported by a thick lamina propia. This epithelium undergoes hormone-related cyclical changes including slight keratinization of the superficial cells during the menstrual cycle. Deep to the epithelium lies the smooth muscles of the muscularis.

Female Sexual Arousal: Genital Anatomy and Orgasm in Intercourse

Female External Genital Organs - Women's Health Issues - Merck Manuals Consumer Version

Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. For women and people with vaginas , orgasms most commonly come from the clitoris, located above the vaginal opening and urethra 1,2,3. Erogenous zones are areas of the body that elicit a sexual response when stimulated. The clitoris is one of the most sensitive erogenous zones due to its high concentration of nerve endings 4,5. By stimulating an erogenous zone, a sexual physiological response can be set into motion. The clitoris is part of the vulva, the name for the external parts of female genitalia.

What is the clitoris? And where is it?

The external genital organs include the mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, Bartholin glands, and clitoris. The area containing these organs is called the vulva. Protecting the internal genital organs from infectious organisms. The mons pubis is a rounded mound of fatty tissue that covers the pubic bone.
The external area of the female genitals the parts you can see by looking is sometimes mistakenly called the vagina. However, the correct term for these outside parts is the vulva. It is important to note that not all vulvas look the same. Also, just like our eyes and ears, the labia are usually not symmetrical. This is completely normal and healthy.