During sex, most men have the objective of penetrating deep for a more stimulating experience, but just how deep can a man penetrate? We’ve covered the average length of the penis, but just how deep does the vagina go? WELL HERE’S THE ANSWER!

At its rested state before arousal, the average vagina of a woman that has never been pregnant is about 2.75 to 3.14  inches in length. As a woman becomes stimulated, the vagina  lengthens on average to about 4.25-4.75 inches  and the cervix recedes back closer to the uterus.  So ladies, if a man has a penis of 4 inches with a nice thickness, you can still be very stimulated during sex.

Even though the vagina is  only about 4.25 inches during arousal, the vagina’s elastic quality enables it to stretch to fit just about any size penis during sexual intercourse.  The natural shape of the vagina is in a slight curve. When a woman stands straight up, the vaginal tube points upward and back in a direction that forms a 45 degree angle with the uterus.  Ladies, you can check the angle of your vagina by inserting your longest finger in and following the direction of the canal.

Ladies, if you experience pain during deep penetration, chances are your man is hitting your cervix and thrusting too deep. Make sure you communicate your discomfort to prevent damage and any health complications such as abdominal pain, bleeding, tearing or rupturing.  If you are having trouble fitting a larger penis within your vaginal walls, incorporate more foreplay into your sexual experience to further widen the cervix,  and add more lubrication (such as astroglide or KY Jelly) to help the penis enter and exit more smoothly.

Enjoy and remember WRAP IT UP! Safe Sex is Great Sex!


  1. Norm
    Posted October 17, 2012 at 11:47 pm | Permalink

    Very helpful information. If a little guy needs a safety line wrapped around his waist before going in, he needs to know how long a rope to buy. ;^)

  2. tranquila
    Posted September 27, 2014 at 5:43 pm | Permalink


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