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The Tale Of The Woman With Two Vaginas

You read that right: one woman, two female holes
by John Paulo Aguilera | Apr 6, 2016
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We've heard about hermaphroditism—people that have both male and female reproductive organs; even dudes with two penises—but it's relatively uncommon for a woman to have two vaginas. In an ABC News report, the World Health Organization said that the condition occurs in about one in 3,000 women.

Reddit user NurseryRN discovered her two functioning uteri (which mean she can get pregnant in either uterus) and two cervices when she was 16.

In a tell-all Reddit thread, she openly discussed her condition and answered questions about having two female genitalia from intrigued users. No, there wasn't any photo, but if you're curious enough, there's a link going to one somewhere in this article...

In the meantime, let's enjoy the sight of twin lilies

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Here are our takeaways from the enlightening exchange:

Everything looks normal

From the outside, that is. Having a septum divides the opening, according to her, "about an inch into my vagina. To my knowledge, due to the septum in my vagina, my G-spot is covered so I can only have clitoral orgasms and cervical orgasms."

This brings us to the image you've all been waiting for, click here to see what it looks like (Warning: It's not exactly for the faint of heart).

Right equals delight

"My vaginas are side by side and the left side hurts when penetrated because it is smaller," NurseryRN revealed. While her "sex life is good," pleasure depends on "which vagina is penetrated."


C-pecial delivery

"My uteri are smaller than normal so I am at risk for miscarriage, intrauterine growth restriction (small babies), and premature babies," she explained, meaning giving birth via cesarean section is the safest way to go.

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Pregnancy pair

Getting pregnant in both uteri in consecutive months is unlikely, though actually possible. According to NurseryRN, "Due to hormones, that isn't supposed to happen, but I've read that it's happened before. Apparently a woman had one in one uterus and twins in the other uterus."

When Aunt Irma visits

Despite also having "two fallopian tubes, one connected to each uterus," she clarifies that she has regular menstruation, which is "once a month."

Unique, but not so much

As to what's it like to have sex with someone who has two vaginas, NurseryRN's partner was also gracious enough to spill the beans. According to him, it's "different, but then again all vaginas are different." How about hand jobs? Well, isn't it obvious, he uses one finger for each hole.


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