Madura women are famed for their ability to enhance sex by clenching their vaginal muscles. Some even take sexual gymnastics courses with herbal remedies. Women from the arid island of Madura, east of Java, are famed for their ability to enhance sexual intercourse by the rhythmic clenching of their vaginal muscles. Some even take classes in sexual gymnastics to learn this supposedly secret technique, which has been passed down through generations over hundreds of years.
Is your vagina feeling sluggish? Maybe it needs a day at the spa. A trend in vaginal hygiene is readily available in Indonesia.
Sellers of madura sticks promise the cigar-shaped products which fit inside the vagina will do everything from revitalize a woman's genitals to near-enough restore her virginity. But experts have warned Newsweek that the potentially dangerous devices are little more than "cigarettes for the vagina," and a scam rooted in harmful gender stereotypes around sex and pleasure. Once nestled inside the vagina, the objects named after an Indonesian island release an often unknown cocktail of ingredients. There is no evidence that the tools—tied to the notion that women must satisfy men with little thought for their own safety or sexual preferences—have any benefits at all. However, Sarifah Nurhayati , 27, who lives in the Indonesian city of Depok , greater Jakarta, is among those who swear by them.
Elongated labia also known as Sinus pudoris or macronympha  and albeit nonmedically, as khoikhoi apron or hottentot apron , are a feature of certain Khoikhoi people, whose female members develop relatively elongated labia minora , hanging up to four inches outside their vulva when they are standing in an upright position. The "apron" designation was apparently gained from the tendency of early European descriptions to misidentify the pair of labia as a single, wide organ, which they called, in French, a tablier , or "apron". This trait was first noted as far back as the 17th century, but became extensively documented in the last part of the 18th and the 19th century. For many years, the identification of Baartman was questioned because she demonstrated this feature. In the Gender and Science Reader , elongated labia minora were said to be portrayed by a "Negro.