Accuracy of statistical data and information.
The Vagina Institute has been collecting and processing statistical data and information since 1995. In order to maintain a high level of accuracy in reporting statistical information, we maintain two sets of measurements, off-line physical controlled measurements of female and male genitalia. These are conducted as the means to have an accurate base or foundation for all statistics regarding the physical dimensions of the human female vulva and vagina or human male penis and scrotum.
Physical measurements of the female and male reproductive organs are 99.9% accurate. However, we have a limitation of much less participation. Limited to a small amount of women who we can process and measure their vulva and vagina in a controlled environment. A second voluntary study of physical measurements and participation of women and men is conducted through surveys online, mail or by other means possible. These are fairly accurate but must be filtered to achieve a more precise level of accuracy.
Filtering of the information sent to us by women who voluntarily fill out the surveys regarding their vagina and vulva dimensions is done so that this information can be used to create a solid and concrete base with thousands of participants. All of this information and data is filtered, analyzed and compared to that of the physically measured vulva and vaginas under controlled conditions by us. The difference between both physically controlled and non-controlled measurements is in the decimal points making both reports accurate to miniscule fluctuations in dimensions by a couple millimeters when it comes to size.
The information found within this site is extremely accurate and the vast majority of women will present similar dimensions with their reproductive organ. Clearly, the human body varies from one individual to another and the scale will fluctuate somewhat between women. Some women might be on the high end of dimensional size attributed to their stature, genetics, etc. While other women, will be completely to the opposite side of the spectrum with smaller vulvae-vaginal dimensions.
Age, height, heritage, pregnancies, obesity, sexual practices (frequent use of manmade vaginal insertions) and the lack of vaginal exercise will all influence the physical dimensions of a woman’s reproductive organ. Gradual or rapid changes occur in the vulva and vagina based on these factors. In addition, all of this can be foreseen and properly catalogued with the use of statistical data and research.
The statistical information as well as data entries gives you a comprehensive view of the female reproductive organ. It also answers many questions about female sexuality and it gives you a clear insight as what is normal and what is an anomaly of female genitalia. Moreover, since most women cannot normally compare themselves to other women, this is a definitive guide to see where you stand among other women and their vaginas compared in size, shape and aesthetic beauty of the female genitalia.