Penis captivus: Can a penis get stuck in a vagina?
Photo by Leah Flores via Stocksy. Because we place so much cultural value on sex—and because many of us receive terrible, inaccurate information about it thanks, abstinence-only education! We're here to help. For starters, when many straight people think about losing their virginity, they tend to think of penis-in-vagina sex. For guides on other sexy acts, like scissoring , check out my How to Sex columns, but many of the pointers here apply to doing any kind of sex act for the first time as well. You are connecting and sharing something with another person, so really we should say we are gaining. This sounds obvious, but make sure that you and your partner both want to do this.
The penis can only go into the Vagina its self which is a muscular channel, The Vulva which is all the external parts of a womans anatomy see image below also includes the urethra which is a very small hole that urine comes out of when a girl pee. Within the Vagina there are no other holes except the cervix which is the entry to the womb. If you knew what a vagina was then it would be obvious where the penis enters. It starts out looking something like a vertical crease starting a little bit below the middle of her pubic hair unless she shaves or trims the hair and continuing down between her legs almost to her anus. Most are closer to the smaller size than the larger.
Penis captivus allegedly occurs when a penis becomes stuck in a vagina during sexual intercourse. Reports of this happening are incredibly rare. Very few reports have documented the existence of penis captivus. What reports there are have led many people to question whether it really happens. The penis becoming stuck in the vagina is one possible outcome of a condition called vaginismus , in which the vagina involuntarily closes due to muscle spasms in the pelvic floor.