How to Measure Your Vaginal Canal

How long is the vaginal canal

You’ve heard people tell you how unique you are. They’ve told you how there’s no one else on this earth like you. What they didn’t tell you was that this also included your vagina. Yes, your vagina is really one-of-a-kind. This means it’s up to you to explore your body to make the most out of your sexual experiences.

No two vaginas are alike

If you’ve wondered, “are all vaginas the same?” The answer is no. Everyone’s vagina is different, which is what makes things interesting.

Since your vagina’s anatomy is unlike anyone else on this earth, it’s important you invest time exploring the vagina, understanding what works for you and your pleasure.

The G-Spot and the Clitoris: The Ultimate Duo

Before we jump into showing you how to measure yourself, you need to know the basic vaginal anatomy. When measuring your vaginal canal, you’re going to focus on three parts of your body: the clitoris, the G-spot, and the vaginal canal.

The Clitoris

So, where is your clit? The clitoris is a small bean-like nub at the top of your vulva, where the outer labia meets, creating the hood over the glans clitoris. However, there’s much more to the clitoris than just this.

The body of the clitoris extends, wrapping around the vaginal opening, looking similar to a wishbone. The sides that wrap around the vagina are called crura. Take some time on your own to find out where is your clit.

The G-Spot

The G-spot is located around an inch inside the vaginal opening on the upper vagina wall. It’s believed to be the female equivalent of the male prostate.

The Vaginal Canal

The vagina angle is what connects and syncs the G-spot, the clitoris, and the vaginal opening. Since every vagina is different, the same goes for the vagina angle. Specific features can be attributed to the vaginal angle, including how the uterus is tilted and where the bladder rests.

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How to Find Your CV & GV Measurements

We’ve answered the question are all vaginas the same, and now that you know no two vaginas are alike, it’s time to find your measurements.

To understand your vaginal canal length and learn how far is g spot is from the opening, here’s what you need to do.

To discover your vaginal canal length and how far is the g spot from the opening, you’ll need to measure the distance between your g-spot and vaginal opening (GV ratio) and between your clitoris and vaginal opening (CV ratio).

Note: If you’re wondering where is the vaginal opening, it’s located between the urethra and the anus. It’s the opening of the vagina where menstrual blood leaves the body.

To measure the GV ratio, insert one finger into your vagina until you touch your g-spot - it’ll feel rougher than other areas inside your vagina. With your thumb, press it against your finger at the beginning of your vaginal canal.

From there, measure the distance from the tip of your finger to the tip of your thumb. That measurement will provide you your GV ratio.

For the CV ratio, take the tip of your index finger and place it at your vaginal opening. Then, with your thumb, place it on your clitoris, and rest your hand entirely so that both thumb and index finger are aligned. Measure the distance between the tips of your index finger and thumb to get your CV ratio.

These two measurements will help you with exploring the vagina with Kiiroo's sex toys and gain more understanding about how deep is the vaginal canal to provide yourself with maximum pleasure.

How to Use Sex Toys

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Sexual arousal and pleasure is important for you to experience; that said, to achieve it, you need the right sex toys. Once you know where the vaginal opening is, so it’s time to explore and discover.

OhMiBod Fuse

The OhMiBod Fuse powered by Kiiroo G-spot massager, stimulates the g-spot with built-in touch-sensitive technology for solo or bi-directional control. You have the absolute power of speed and pressure, ensuring every stroke hits the spot. If you’re still trying to find your g-spot, begin using this toy at the lowest setting. Slower strokes will help you discover where your g-spot is.

Cliona Clit Stim Vibrator

Who doesn’t love some clitoral attention? I know I do! The Cliona clit vibrator massages the clitoris, stimulating it for maximum pleasure. Its oval shape gives you full-focused clitoral stimulation and is small enough to travel with.

Whether you choose to use this toy alone or with your partner, you (or your partner) have full control over the speed and vibrations. Trust me; this toy hits the spot.

Finding Your Fit: Getting the Most Out of Your Sex Toys

It may take you some time to understand your vaginal canal anatomy and use your sex toys. But this comes with time and exploring how deep the vaginal canal is.

Now that you know the measurements for your GV and CV ratios, you can use them to help you find your g-spot with your OhMiBod Fuse or Cliona Clit vibrator.

Place your toy on the lowest level and explore your vagina. With your measurements, use this information to tilt the neck of the uterus to find the right angle.

Depending on whether you have a narrower, wider, or off-centered angle, you’ll need to adjust the neck of the uterus to help you hit the spot. Remember, it’ll take time to find your position as there’s no one-size-fits-all approach.

While you may wish all vaginas are the same, it’s pretty amazing how unique your vaginal canal anatomy is.

Let Go and Explore!

Don’t be shy when it comes to exploring your body and what makes it tick. Sexual arousal is an individual experience, and you should invest in your sexual health. With the help of Kiiroo’s sex toys, achieve the intimacy and pleasure you deserve.


Natasha Ivanovic

Natasha Ivanovic is an intimacy, dating, and relationship writer best known for her writings on Kiiroo, LovePanky, Post Pravda, and more. She's the creator and author of her short stories on TheLonelySerb. She completed her first degree in Criminology and continued and finished her Masters in Investigative Psychology, but then decided to follow her true passion of writing.

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