A Guide to Connecting with Your Female Anatomy

Your Pelvic Floor

A Guide to Connecting with Your Female Anatomy


Have you ever stopped to think about the amazingness of your female anatomy? We are blessed with a body that can do many incredible things, but we don't take the time to appreciate it. Instead, we focus on what society tells us is embarrassing or shameful about our bodies. 


It's time to flip the script and explore how we can connect with our female anatomy in a positive and empowering way.


In this article, we'll discuss why it's important to look at your 'down there', explore the basics of your pelvic floor, how to foster a loving relationship with yourself and your body, and ultimately how you can send yourself love and gratitude.


Look At Your 'Down There'


Before we dive into why it's so important to look at your 'down there', let's acknowledge that society still perceives female anatomy as taboo. For decades, women have been made to feel embarrassed or ashamed of their bodies simply because they don't conform to certain societal standards. It's time for us to take ownership of our bodies and celebrate all they can do!


Why Is It Taboo?


Regarding female anatomy, society has instilled a sense of shame in women for centuries. We are taught from a young age that certain body parts should not be discussed or examined, creating an unhealthy relationship between ourselves and our bodies. It's time for us to break out of this societal norm and embrace the fact that we can be proud and connected with our female anatomy.


Empowerment Through Education


When it comes to connecting with your female anatomy, education is key! By understanding your body better, you can make informed decisions and better care for yourself. Knowledge is power, and knowledge of the female anatomy can open up a new world of understanding and appreciation.


The Basics of Your Pelvic Floor


Now that we have explored why it's so important to connect with your female anatomy let's get into the basics of your pelvic floor. Your pelvic floor is made up of several body parts, including your bladder (for pee), uterus (for babies), and rectum (for poop and farts).




The bladder is an organ that stores urine until it is ready to be expelled. It is connected to the urethra, a tube that carries urine out of your body during urination. The bladder comprises muscle and tissue surrounding it, allowing it to stretch when it needs to hold more urine.




The uterus is a pear-shaped organ in the lower abdomen between the bladder and rectum. It comprises two layers: the inner lining, which houses a fertilized egg if pregnancy occurs, and the outer muscular layer, which helps to push out a baby during labor.




The rectum is an organ in the lower abdomen at the end of your digestive tract. It is responsible for storing and removing solid waste from your body during bowel movements.


Connecting with Your Body


Now that you have a better understanding of the anatomy of your pelvic floor, it's time to start connecting with your body. If you're feeling scared or ashamed when looking at your 'down there', remind yourself that these emotions are completely normal and okay. After all, it is only natural to feel overwhelmed when exploring parts of your body that have been instilled with a sense of taboo for centuries.


Potential Problems


It is important to note that there are sometimes potential problems associated with the pelvic floor, such as incontinence, pain or discomfort during intercourse, and even pelvic organ prolapse. However, it is important to remember that these issues can be managed with the help of a medical professional and do not need to prevent you from connecting with your female anatomy.


Why Shouldn't You Feel Embarrassed?


Your body is an incredible vessel, capable of doing amazing things! It deserves love, admiration, and respect for all it does for you. Your pelvic floor is one of the most important parts of your anatomy and should not be something to feel embarrassed or ashamed about.


Send Yourself Love & Gratitude


A great way to start connecting with your body is by sending yourself love and gratitude. Place a hand on your pelvic floor, thank it for all it does and appreciate yourself too! Taking the time to appreciate yourself for the amazing person you are can go a long way toward ensuring that you have a positive relationship with your female anatomy.




We've explored why it is important to connect with your female anatomy, the basics of your pelvic floor, and how to send yourself love and gratitude. Your female anatomy is incredible, and knowing more about it can help you appreciate yourself more, make better decisions, and feel empowered. So go ahead - explore your down there! You never know what it will teach you. Thanks for reading!



Dr. Nikki Cohen
Pelvic Floor Therapist in San Diego,
Services in English
Address: San Diego, California
92115 United States
Phone: +1 (818) 606-6717
Email: [email protected]