It's the vulva!
The vulva describes the external tissue at the opening of the vagina, including the inner and outer labia and the clitoris.
It's the uterus!
The uterus is described as " an inverted pear-shaped muscular organ of the female reproductive system, located between the bladder and the rectum. It functions to nourish and house a fertilized egg until the unborn child, or offspring, is ready to be delivered."
Fallopian tubeVas deferensFimbriaeUrethra
It's the fallopian tube!
The fallopian tubes transport sperm to the egg cell so that it may be fertilized.
It's the ovary!
Eggs are produced in the ovaries.
It's the endometrium!
The endometrium is the lining of the uterus.
It's the cervix!
The cervix is the very bottom of the uterus and "provides a passage between the vaginal cavity and the uterine cavity."
It's the vagina!
The vagina is a canal that both flushes out blood during menstruation and is the first stop for sperm in the fertilization process.