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Maybe you missed female anatomy in Biology class. Don't worry here's our 60 second refresher course

Let's assume you landed on planet earth ten minutes ago from Planet Zarthus and you need a one minute overview of the female anatomy. Here are the essential bits you need to know.

These beautiful curvy appendages come in a variety of sizes and colors depending on ethnic origin. They range from small and pert to large and fulsome. They are much admired and lusted after by the male population, especially the more generously endowed versions. But while they look good, this part of the female anatomy has an important function. They produce milk for suckling babies in the months following birth. Milk is produced in the glandular lobes of the breasts. These lobes have ducts that connect to the nipple. The lobes and ducts are known as "mammary glands."

The uterus is not a thing of beauty but it is regarded as the ultimate female symbol even though it's a part of the female anatomy of which men have very little understanding. It's composed of three parts; the fundus, the middle section, and the uterus which also has three layers. The outer layer is for protection. The middle layer is a muscular layer which contracts during delivery of a baby or during menstruation. The inner layer, the endometrium, is where an embryo develops, or is flushed out during menstruation.

Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes
Again, no man is going to tell a girl she has a nice pair of ovaries. The female sex organs, or gonads, reside in the pelvis. They are the equivalent of the male testicles, but women don't talk about them nearly as much as men talk about having testicles. Ovaries produce a female hormone (estrogen) and release a monthly egg. Female hormones develop an egg which is released from the ovary every 28 days. The fallopian tubes are the pathways that the developed eggs and is where fertilization occurs.

The Vagina
The vagina is the part of the female anatomy that is the object of most heterosexual men's desire and is confusingly often referred to as a pussy, although it has nothing to do with cats. It extends from the cervix to the outside of the body. It's also the female sex organ and (not without a lot of pain) it can expand to many times its size to give birth.

Outer Female Anatomy
The vulva is the part of the female anatomy that covers the opening of the vagina. It has several inner and outer folds to protect the vaginal and urethral openings. Inside one of the outer layers is the clitoris shielded by a hood, and with more never endings than the male penis so it is incredibly sensitive and a big turn on for women when stroked and tickled correctly.

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