Sun. Oct 2nd, 2022

1. A healthy vagina is acidic. It stinks and it’s an acidic smell. A vagina smells. The vagina without smell doesn’t exist!

2. Every vulva is different. The vulva is the external part of the organ, where the large and small lips are located. The vulva of virtually no woman, to say none, has perfectly symmetrical tiny lips.

3. Besides developed vaginal lips, all grown women have hair. Veils on legs, armpit hair, pubic hair, hair, or darkening on nipples.

4. Hair is neither disgusting nor unhygienic. They have several functions such as physical protection and thermal protection. If something is unhygienic, it’s WAXING. In waxing (either with wax or razor) you are attacking the skin, causing micro-injuries. Waxing can also change your vaginal flora, which is composed of various bacteria that work to keep the region healthy, waxing also risks skin allergies and ingrown hair, which can infect.

5. It’s normal that one breast is bigger than the other.

6. Every woman has a vaginal secret. Everybody. It’s normal. Having secret spots on panties/bragitas is normal, there’s nothing gross or unhygienic Healthy secretion has a typical vagina acid smell and transparent\white. According to the transparency and liquidity of your vaginal Loulou, you can even have the idea if it is fertile or not.

7. Women get cellulite. 99% of women have cellulite Cellulite is not a disease.

8. Women have pores . That photoshopped skin. It doesn’t exist. Pores are also not a health issue and yes an aesthetic issue. Clogging pores with makeup can cause problems.

9. Women are getting older. Aging is also not a disease, Facial expression marks are not diseases and they happen because women express themselves, marks of life left by feelings: lines of crying, smiling, feeling

10. You may think that the clitoris is small, but it actually extends on the inside, averaging 9 centimeters.

11. The vulva, as well as the penis, increase in size when it is excited, by increasing blood flow.

12. Women, as well as men, can expel a large amount of liquid during sex. It’s not pissing mate and there’s nothing wrong with it

13. Vaginal flats (or “farts”) are normal. They can occur during sex or during intense exercise and are caused by air intake into the vagina

14. Feeling pain during sex is not normal. Women are not inflatable dolls they don’t stay comfortable in every position and are not forced to feel pain because the other one is nice. If a certain position is uncomfortable for you, don’t do it! If penetration or certain types of penetration are uncomfortable for you: Don’t do it! Sex isn’t just about penetration, it’s very different from what most men think. If you feel pain or discomfort, inform your spouse and ask to stop. If the person doesn’t quit or complain, leave the stage.

15. pee after you have sex! This helps in preventing urinary tract infections.

16. The vagina has muscles, which you can strengthen by doing exercises such as kegel and fire brigade, which also help to prevent urinary infections and help us to know and master this part of the body.

17. Having sex for the first time is one thing, having your hymen broken is another. You don’t “lose your virginity” by using the “B”.

18. Don’t wash your inside, don’t take vaginal showers. Our body is very intelligent and one of the functions of vaginal secretions is already to clean and remove dead cells, wash externally is enough, and this way you will not disturb your vaginal flora

You also don’t need a very expensive soap specifically for the female genital parts, you have nothing better than a smell-less glycerin soap (the fewer things you have in the coloring type soap and such, the better! ).

Do not use sanitary towels or toilet paper with odors or flavors.

And still, wear white 100% cotton panties or panties.

I know your body Love your body…!

Credit: Quelqu’un

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