The external genitalia, consisting in women of the mons veneris, the labia majora, the labia minora, the vestibule of the vagina, the urinary meatus and the vestibular glands. In men it consists of the penis, scrotum and the testes.
twat, fanny, pussy. Another word for the female genitals (see Female Anatomy). Many girls feel unsure about looking at or touching their vulva. By using a mirror you can learn what you look like, and will notice if anything goes wrong. Becoming familiar with your body can help you understand it, and help you feel more confident. Back to the top
The vulva is the sensitive area around the vaginal entrance that includes the outer lips, inner lips, clitoris, the openings of the urinary tube and vagina, and the skin between the vaginal opening and anal opening.
The term that collectively refers to all of the external female sexual structures: the mons veneris, the labia major and minora, the clitoris, the Bartholin's glands, the urethral opening, and vaginal openings.
The wife's primary external sex organ. The vulva includes two sets of lip-like folds of tissue known as the labia. The inner labia (lips) enclose (from front to back) the clitoris, the urethra (for excreting urine, and the vagina. The outer lips are covered with pubic hair.
The external genital organs of the female are collectively known as the vulva (plural vulvae, vulvas). In common speech, the term vagina is often used improperly to refer to the vulva or female genitals generally - even though strictly speaking the vagina is a specific internal structure and the vulva is the exterior genitalia only. Calling the vulva the vagina is akin to calling the mouth the throat.