17 September 2017
27 August 2017
→In contemporary literature and art: Fix reference template. A different editor added a lot of this and eventually the Vagina and vulva in art article was created, in part, to keep this section from bloating.
→Perceptions, symbolism and vulgaritym
→Society and culture: Tweaks.
24 August 2017
22 August 2017
21 August 2017
Tenting effect redirected here. Merge not needed, and sources from that article did not include page numbers. Added Janell L. Carroll book with page number.
→Infections, safe sex, and other disorders: Nah. This is the issue that comes with giving material its own section when all of it can go in existing sections.
→Infections, safe sex, and disorders: Given disorders covered in previous section.
15 August 2017
→Effects of aging and childbirth, or weight gain: Again, and shortened heading. Weight issue is only a brief mention and is vague at the moment.
13 August 2017
→Effects of aging and childbirth, or weight gain: Fix.
→Effects of aging and childbirth, or weight gain: Again.
→Effects of aging and childbirth, or weight gain: Other fixes.
→Effects of aging and childbirth, or weight gain: Typo fix.m
Tweaks, and addition of content. Added section about aging after rethinking the matter; titled it "Effects of aging and chilbirth, or weight gain." Changed "Reasons for vaginal modification" by adding "Cosmetic" and "traditional to title.
Added page protection template where none existedm
10 August 2017
Protected "Vagina": long term low level problems ([Edit=Require autoconfirmed or confirmed access] (indefinite) [Move=Require autoconfirmed or confirmed access] (indefinite))m
Added Kama Sutra information, per talk page. Also added some Kegel exercises material. Article currently is not protected, which is going to be a problem per exactly what is stated at Template:Editnotices/Page/Vagina, but I'll worry about that later.
9 August 2017
8 August 2017
Comment: I did not mean to use rollback; I only meant to revert with the "undo" button. Reverted per poor sourcing, etc., as alraedy explained on the talk page. WIll state more in some minutes.
Reverted 1 edit by Martindo (talk) to last revision by Flyer22 Reborn. (TW)m
6 August 2017
→Sexual activity: One wording change per talk page.
Removing protection templates from unprotected pagem
5 August 2017
2 August 2017
Changed protection level for "Vagina": Shortened per request ([Edit=Require administrator access] (expires 14:46, 5 August 2017 (UTC)) [Move=Require administrator access] (expires 14:46, 5 August 2017 (UTC)))m
30 July 2017
Changed protection level for "Vagina": Providing time for consensus to develop ([Edit=Require administrator access] (expires 23:49, 9 August 2017 (UTC)) [Move=Require administrator access] (indefinite))m
Comment: And on a side note... there is no need whatsoever to state "The entrance for intercourse is also the exit for childbirth." This is already abundantly clear.m
Revert yet again. Stick to what the sources state,
27 July 2017
→Sexual activity: typom
→Sexual activity: make this harmonious with first sentence of this section about concentration, and be logical about pain being related to LOW concentration until the final step of childbirthm
Undid revision 792401981 by Flyer22 Reborn (talk) It makes no sense to say there is pain if there is a LACK of nerve endings. The topic is the arrangement of nerves.m
26 July 2017
→Sexual activity: Let's try this wording. Also, I started a discussion on the matter at Talk:Vagina#Pain during childbirth significantly decreased due to a lack vaginal nerve endings.
Undid revision 792163774 by Martindo (talk) This is not what the sources state. They are stating that because the vagina has few nerve endings, the pain of a vaginal birth is descreased.
24 July 2017
→Sexual activity: Concentration is not what limits pain -- the arrangement limits it, because the nerves primarily feel the stretch only when the head begins to emerge.m
21 July 2017
→Sexual activity: Rearranged that sentence.m
→Sexual activity: Not sure what you meant by "sounded contradictory," but I do think that your wording is an improvement. Removed "only at the final part of the process," as I don't understand what you meant by and it doesn't seem clear.
20 July 2017
→Sexual activity: grammarm
→Sexual activity: rewrote a sentence that sounded contradictory regarding nerves and childbirthm
→Sexual activity: when referring to "woman" the proper complement is "man" not "male"m
→Perceptions, symbolism and vulgarity: grammarm
→Perceptions, symbolism and vulgarity: grammarm
16 July 2017
Comment: And who pronounces it the first way you had it spelled?m
Undid revision 790508014 by NoToleranceForIntolerance (talk) Saw this earlier, but didn't feel like logging in to revert. It's completely unnecessary.