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Frisky Friday - The V Zone

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All right. I didn't think I would have to go here, but judging by the amount of weird articles online and the activities people with vaginas are engaging in lately, some stuff needs to be said.

  1. Vagina's clean themselves unless you've got a yeast infection. You do not need to be shoving things up there like cucumbers to cleanse them! In fact, this is why douching isn't a thing anymore. Your vagina requires a certain level of acidity to function properly. When you shove things like cucumbers up there regularly to "cleanse" you disrupt its natural function. Using a proper vaginal wash like Summer's Eve or Vagisil on the outer part is all you need. The inside cleans itself. Let it.

  2. Kegals are healthy exercise for your pelvic floor muscles. There is no proof currently that you need to be doing kung fu, aka lifting weights via a jade egg, in order to have strong vaginal muscles. This expert in pelvic floor muscles is worried about permanent damage that will do the very opposite of what you are hoping to achieve.

  3. It's also probably not great to be shoving dildos made of minerals up there. Your vagina can damage inside. Small tears can eventually lead to bigger tears. Eventually you might find yourself developing infections, STDs, and more from putting the wrong things up there. Go to a sex store or shop online for proper sex toys supported by sexperts like Sue Johanson.


Here are a bunch of facts all vagina owners should know.

Please take good and proper care of your vagina.

Wishing you great sex in the near future.

Salut,
R~

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