Remember that episode of Seinfeld when Jerry forgot his new girlfriend’s name? All he could remember was that it rhymed with a female body part. Testing out some options, he whispered, “Mulva….” in her direction, but he got no response.
Mulva, of course, rhymes with vulva. The vulva is really a collection of female anatomical structures and not a single body part. The term is used to describe structures of the external female genitalia, including the mons pubis (the fat pad that cushions the pubic bone) labia majora (outer lips), and labia minora (inner lips), openings of the urethra and vagina, the perineum, and the clitoris. Jerry’s girlfriend was named Delores, by the way.
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