Erm, no, this isn’t quite correct

Half of young women can’t ‘locate their vaginas’

I think that it would be fair to say that 100% of young women can locate their own whatsits even if their boyfriends have certain problems with the more technical details like G-Spots and the like.

As Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Cancer month kicks off, a study shows half of 26 to 35-year-old women are unable to correctly identify a vagina on a medical diagram of the female reproductive system

Half are unable to locate a diagram of a whatsit on a diagram of lady bits, a diagram stripped of all the flesh that usually covers them, well, that’s not quite so bad, is it?

I’m pretty sure that all young men and women can locate their shoulder but wouldn’t be surprised if a rather lower number could identify it as the ball and socket joint in a diagram.

This leaves with the real problem in our society which is the inability of politicians to locate their arses with their own hands, or to distinguish such from their elbows. That is a serious problem and one which we have struggled with for some centuries now.

9 comments on “Erm, no, this isn’t quite correct

  1. Isn’t it more to do with everybody calling the external lady bits “vaginas” rather than vulvas? I would be very surprised if more than 10% of the populace knew the proper name for the bits that they can see.

  2. I would be very surprised if more than 10% of the populace knew the proper name for the bits that they can see.

    Speaking for myself, I generally rely on Viz for my terms of reference in this area.

  3. “… which is the inability of politicians to locate their arses…”

    That’s because they can’t see them from the inside.

  4. I was thinking of getting one of those sat navs. Don’t think I’ll bother now I know I’m not alone.

  5. Isn’t there an interesting market here to offer consultancy services to young women having trouble locating their vaginas?

  6. Pendantry: shoulders aren’t ball-and-socket. The head of the humerus articulates with the glenoid fossa, but it’s much shallower than the attachment between the femur and the acetabulum of the pelvis. It’s why shoulder injuries are so common and rotator cuff damage so resistant to healing.

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