Vulva is the name given to the external anatomy of the female genital tract. The vulva includes the pubic mound, the large and small lips, the clitoris and the vaginal opening.
In “virgin” women, or who have not had their first sexual intercourse it is found a partial membrane, the hymen, which breaks at the first intercourse. This membrane is partial in order to allow the blood outflow during the menstruation period.
However, there are hymens called complacent; those which do not break during intercourse. The break will take place only by the birth of a child by vaginal delivery. In case birth happens through cesarean section, the woman’s hymen will continue preserved.
It was formerly a family tradition that young girls to marry virgins, but today, with the process of women’s liberation, this tradition is disappearing. And that’s very good, it is important that women and men can sexually know their future partners and conclude whether there is sexual affinity between the young couple to avoid frustration after marriage because no previously known your partner.
The women’s liberation process was and it is today a major achievement for women. Today, they are aware of their bodies and their desires and know what they want and expect from their partners. Thus, they seek plastic surgery to improve aesthetics of the genital region.