A lot of people are of the opinion that a woman's vagina will loosen over time as she continues to have sex. Others are of the belief that a woman might get looser if she has sex with a well-endowed man, and also after childbirth. Are these assumptions true? We shall take a look at ten facts that tells you about the 'tight' and the 'loose' woman.

1. The vagina's tightly folded muscle tissue is very elastic, like an accordion or the mouth. Try this: Pull the corners of your mouth out toward your ears then let go. What happens? The mouth immediately snaps back to its pre-stretched state because the tissue is elastic. Do it 100 times. There's no permanent stretching. The mouth quickly returns to its pre-stretched state and no one would ever know you'd stretched it. This is how the vagina works. It remains tight and closed when it is not being stimulated.

2. Anxiety makes the vaginal musculature clench even tighter. When a woman is nervous or anxious, her vaginal clenches in response.

3. As women become sexually aroused, vaginal muscle tissue relaxes. Sexual arousal relax the vaginal muscles, allowing easier insertion of erections–and greater chance of pregnancy.

4. Just because it relaxes during arousal does not mean the vagina significantly enlarges. Rather, the vaginal interior changes from resembling a tight fist to a fist loose enough to insert a finger or two.

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5. If the vagina feels "too tight" during lovemaking, the woman is either (1) not interested in sex, or (2) she has not had enough warm-up time to allow her vaginal musculature to relax enough for comfortable insertion.

6. Most women require at least 30 minutes of sensuality—kissing, hugging, and mutual massage for their vaginas to relax enough to allow the penis to slide in comfortably. That's why leisurely, playful, whole-body lovemaking is so important.

7. In other words, the solution to vaginal tightness is extended foreplay. It you need more lubrication, try a commercial lubricant.

8. After relaxing during sex, vaginal muscle tissue naturally contracts—tightens—again. Intercourse does NOT permanently stretch the vagina. This process, loosening during arousal and tightening afterward, happens no matter how often the woman has sex.

9. During childbirth the vagina stretches a great deal. How well it returns to it normal size, usually depends on the woman's age. Within six months after delivery, the typical young woman's (women in late teens or early 20's) vagina feels pretty much how it was before she gave birth.

10. Here's a quick fix for vaginal looseness. Have intercourse in the man-on-top position. Once he inserts, he lifts himself up and the woman closes her legs. Her thighs squeeze his penis and make her feel tighter.