Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Vaginas in all shapes and sizes
The BUST Lounge > Forums > Our Bodies, Our Hells
Pages: 1, 2, 3
culturehandy
I think this boils down to your being a real asshole.

all vaginas come in different shapes sizes and whatnot, just like penis' do.

My question for you is did you deal with how your ex was? Did you seek counseling?
auralpoison
Wow. Hunnibee79, there'a a whole lot of hot mess going on in your post.

Your ex? Was a shitbag that had no right to make you feel bad about your vag because he was a paranoid assclam. Who was probably cheating on *you*, amirite?

Height/weight? Have nothing to do with vaginal "tightness". I'm five nine & my ginch is just fine as far as I know. If all of your petite girlfriends are all having trouble with penetration then they are probably not fully aroused or not using enough lubrication when the time comes. I find that to be much more likely than they are all suffering with tiny vags/ginormously cocked men or that they are all experienceing vaginimus or something like that. They're probably just full of shit & perpetuating the "tightness" thing because they don't fucking know any better.

If new guy loves you, treats you right, & seems happy with your pussy (Although I do question his penchant for unprotected sex. Worrisome! I hope you've both been tested more than once. He could well be the source of your BV), I don't really see a problem here outside of the psychological one your ex left you with. Which I think should be addressed with a counselor ASAP.

Basically, your pussy is fine (Except for the BV, which you are dealing with). It's your head you should be worried about, chica. That hallway is haunted by the hotdog of the past.
bebe
im not sure if this post fits here. but ill ask anyway. so ever since i have become sexually active i am extremely worried abt my vagina and look..pull back clitoris hood..lips, etc alllll the time and check things out. prob not good. its like i want to see something bad. i have had a cycle of bv, utis,bllllaaahhh etc recently...SO that said i feel like my clitoris is very sensitive...not that is hurts but when i lay a certain way, sit and my jeans press on my clit, or i pull back the hood and touch..take a bath and wash down there that a sense of arousal occurs like when you masturbate...is this normal? or am i a freak?!?! should i seek medical help or crazy house? hahaha seriously..any thoughts??? ps- i have a freaky unhealthy fear of stds..on anti depressants.
auralpoison
Are you prone to compulsive/anxiety driven behaviours already?

I do not know why you feel compelled to look at your lady parts, but it is unlikely that anything is wrong/injured or the gyno treating you for your BV & UTIs would have said something. Unless it is interfering with your day to day activities, I don't see any real problem. Just make sure your hands are clean.

Um, your clitoris is supposed to be sensitive. Think of the ginormous number of pleasure nerve endings in something that is visibly not much bigger than the tip of your finger. Yeah, it's a LOT. And if you are repeatedly stimulating a part of your body that's sole purpose is arousal, you can't really be surprised that you are getting aroused.
bebe
yes, i am prone to that behavior.very frustrating. but seriously thanks for being to the point with me. thats the kind of response i need and will benefit from!
thanks! smile.gif
angie_21
Bebe I just want you to know that as an anxious person myself, I am speaking from very similar experiences: "checking" your girlie bits over and over again may not be bad for them (although it can cause irritation if you poke around too much with unlubricated fingers), but it is bad for you. That kind of behaviour, always checking to see if something is wrong, is reminiscent of anxiety and hypochondria. If you are poking at your clit all day, it will, like AP said, get sensitive and aroused (physical and mental arousal do not have to go hand in hand), and once that happens, you will be thinking about it even more. It can turn into a bit of a cycle, you check for problems, your vag and clit get irritated or aroused, therefore you start feeling problems, and start checking more often, causing even more physical sensations. Try not checking for as long as you can. Distract yourself, spend more time outdoors and in public places where you will have no choice but to leave your girlie bits alone. Once you've relaxed a bit, sex is always a good way to start re-associating positive, rather than negative sensations with your bits.
bebe
Thank you for such a supportive response angie 21. I am trying to not check, touch, or look as much. I think I also need to cut out the use of google to search symptoms. This is such a bad idea, and the thought of herpes takes over my mind! It is a very hard thought process to escape.
terra369
hey girls, i need your opinions.

I keep hearing about visible clits and hoods. My clit is not visible and my hood is minimal. Now that wouldn't be a problem, except for the fact that it is nearly impossible for me to orgasm. I am in my twenties, and have had many affectionate, attentive, partners, who have had no qualms about spending lots of time down there. I love sex, I have had lots of it, lots of different ways, yet I can count my during-sex orgasms on one hand. My partner gets frustrated because he feels its not fair to me, even after hours of foreplay (he's a keeper eh :-)).

I'm just wondering if this is normal... does anyone else have this problem? I can orgasm fine with a vibrator, but its like my clit is so non existent, everything else barely affects it.
auralpoison
What is "normal"? I always say "normal is what's normal for you".

As has been pointed out before, with roughly 3.5 billion women on this planet no two vags are the same. Some have large clits, some small, some medium, some have large hoods, some have just enough to protect their bit. Vulva, labia, mons, the whole kit & caboodle varies wildly from lady to lady.

Anyway, according to google, Terra, your query appears to be fairly common, so I wouldn't worry about it. You are but one in a multitude of women that appreciate a little extra something to get them over that proverbial hump. If it takes batteries, so be it.

As far as the sexin's go . . . does the man-unit ever wield the vibe or any other toys in the bedroom or is he an all manual kind of guy? Would he have a problem with perhaps introducing a little vibration to couples sex? There have been some really great advancements in couples toys, like the We-Vibe that is designed to be used during partner sex. It's Babeland's second best seller & gets rave reviews.

Oh, & welcome to the Lounge, do stop by our Newbies Thread & introduce yourself.

Here's a interesting piece about the clitoris & Dr. Helen O'Connell. Rather thought provoking research she's been doing about our medically neglected fuck parts.
angie_21
AP, thanks for the article, it was really interesting. I'm very amused about how she's saying, stop focusing so much on the clit, when it took so long for the clit to be recognized as important in the first place.

Terra, I think your "problem" is about as normal as it gets. It's about physical structure, emotional reactions, sex drive, and a lot of other variables all at once though, not just the shape of your clit. I am very difficult but in a completely different way, there was only one position (girl on top, with or without penetration) that I could have an orgasm. In the 10 years I've been sexually active, I hadn't had an orgasm through oral sex until this year. It took 4 years of very dedicated exploring for my boyfriend to figure it out (the boys before him gave up pretty quickly and were probably happy not to have to go to all the effort anyways). If you guys have a healthy sex life, you may or may not get there, but the point is to keep having fun, and always focus on the moment, not the goal of an orgasm!
auralpoison
Seriously, ladies, trust me, your pussy is fine! I know I saw a woman on one of those plastic surgery shows that had seriously long labia that caused her pain during intercourse (Did I really just type the word "intercourse"? Fucking.) because her partner's penis forced them into her body, I get that, but I cannot comprehend cutting on my fuck parts for any other reason.
treehugger
Y'know, I have pretty (actually I'd say VERY) long labia and they used to get forced in, (once even caused a light crack where it becomes the labia majora from the stretching OUCH) but the boy has learned how not to pull them in or I hold them apart. Once he's in there's no problem if I'm wet enough. Anyway, yeah, it does hurt if they get pulled in-but it hasn't happened to me in years, just had to learn "the technique"

LOL-I can't believe I just typed that out.

For a long time I was self conscious about my labia but I've come to accept them, even like them for their uniqueness and the boy likes to play with them.
issy
Kinda new so I'm not sure about the level of offsite promotion is tolerated, but I'm trying to kickstart some life into a facebook group that is pro-labia anti-surgery, I would love to share it and get some new members/momentum going.

That being said terra, the clitoral complex isn't just the little nubbin you see on the outside. It also straddles the opening of the vagina. Here's a neat little diagram that makes little to no sense.

http://www.mysexprofessor.com/wp-content/u...%20oconnell.gif

I think worrying about your orgasm, putting pressure on yourself and being focused on 'am I there yet...now??' would be more the culprit to blame for scaring off your O than any shape or size of your lady parts. I've known plenty of big-clit gals who just can't get there. Not to boil this down to an accusatory THE PROBLEM IS IN YOUR HEAD, but if you can do the deed, don't stress it. If a vibrator gets you off, then hey, whatever you gotta do. There ain't nothing new under the sun, and if you have a willing hunny to get you there by any means necessary, pull out some toys and splash around in the warm waters of sexual gratification, with or without climax
issy
Since there was no response to this, I'm going to chance it and ask that any of you on facebook join this group

http://www.facebook.com/#/group.php?gid=96081950060

protesting the ever growing trend of 'designer vagina' surgeries. As an owner of what I would call a fabulous fucking cunt, I feel like ladies are afraid to speak out against this unnecessary and disturbing new trend lest they be labeled as having a 'gross vagina'. I think more people need to know that not only does this exist but that it is RIDICULOUS.

I stumbled across a website called The Vagina Institute by accident when I was a teenager and it's basically a labiaplasty website in disguise, asking women WHAT IS A GOOD VAGINA AND WHAT IS A BAD? and then proceeding to show two vaginas together for comparison, both of which looked completely fine. Immediately I developed a vagina complex, having never seen one myself other than mine. I thought OH NO I need surgery! It's not normal! I have these pink flaps! Cut them off! I even emailed Dr. Gary Alter and set up a consultation. The response of which was just a generic email detailing the financial aspects and ensuring I could pay. Then instead of spending the $6,000 I spent $13 on a month long subscription to Suicide Girls (who at the time I figured would be less riddled with plastic surgery) and discovered that not only is there no such thing as a 'normal' vagina but in the world of vaginas mine was actually pretty goddamn beautiful.

I think if more girls were exposed to the wide and wonderful world of cunts we would be less inclined to get Highlander Vagina Syndrome (THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!! -type of vagina). And rather than do a faceplant into other girl's lady parts (which I would recommend if you're so inclined) girls can see the millions and millions of different kinds of pussays.

But again, as I said, I'm having a little trouble rousing interest in an issue most girls consider 'grody'. So I turned to my fellow Busties, who fear no cunt. Please join and show your support!
strongirl
Issy, I don't do social networking (this site is as close as I get) but I'm with ya in spirit re. celebrating diversity in the female parts department. Have you ever been exposed (pun intended) to Betty Dodson's excellent work on this? She published a book of photos of women's genitalia decades ago which I stumbled upon in a feminist bookstore. I walked out of there feeling invigorated and proud of my stuff and appreciative of the stuff of others.

The whole surgery thing makes me want to puke. As if breast implants weren't bad enough.

Treehugger, I am so glad you are in such a great place with your "flaps". My bf likes to play with mine too - the first time he ever pulled them away from my body I thought "wait, wait - they're already too long - don't make them longer!". But then I came to understand that that was pleasurable for him and I started liking it too. And it hasn't made them any longer anyway. I've always enjoyed the image of a butterfly resting between my legs - that's how I think of mine - like the wings of a butterfly.



auralpoison
In light of a recent conversation with a friend this irks me even more than I thought it would My New Pink Button. WTF? I thought the whole "anal bleaching" thing was starkers, but now I gotta worry about my puss, too?! Aren't most guys just happy to fucking be there? Is my partner concerned that my thirty-five year old vajayjay isn't eighteen year old porn star pink?

The colour of my box is just fine, thanks. I've looked at it & think it's quite pretty; I can't say that over the years it has lost any of it's "pinkness". So fuck you, My New Pink Button.
archegonia
ms. issy
i'd join for sure if i didnt just quit facebook. smile.gif

and i so second that fuck you, ap

a:)
auralpoison
Okay, so this isn't for the more sensitive amongst us & it is NSFW. Labiaplasty Hungry Beast Ep 14. It's an Aussie news bit on labiaplasty/porn. Basically the Aussie porn boards not only do not like small breasts, they don't like pussies with any extra flesh: "it's too detailed".
angie_21
Thanks for posting that! It gave me the heebie jeebies. I think it was worse watching them do all that with photoshop than watching the real surgery. The fact that they can just take something that's real and mangle it like that and so many men and women will never no it's not real... Even me, until the last year or so when photoshop has really started getting out of control!!
buttercups
Omg that both made me really mad and made me relieved at the same time. I've always felt abnormal and like everyone else had that "neat and tidy" look. I've never let a bf go down on me bc of it or see me 100% naked bc I've been so self-conscious about it. Anytime I've ever seen another woman in pictures or magazines or whatnot they've always looked like that. Now to know that they are literally taking out their body parts- well that just makes me so mad. We don't edit men's bodies as far as I know, and talk about somethin hangin out and not being "discrete". I don't understand why our culture is like this and I hate how now I have all these body image issues and have always thought theres something wrong with me because of it. I've even worried that I was born a boy before bc I seemed to look different from so many other girls. Regardless of the fact that I got a period and it makes no sense, I convinced myself that with my small breasts and bigger labia there was something truly abnormal about me. It makes me sad to see that it is all just a trick of the media to censor women's bodies, because clearly women's bodies are "offensive". I've had a bf tell me once before that I was "bigger' down there than he had seen. He was an avid porn consumer. Clearly men just don't know what women really look like, and it's all because of the fake-ness and trickery of photoshop. I don't know who decided what people are supposed to look like, but it needs to stop. Especially when it actually has real consequences, like affecting girls' self-esteem and relationships- I know its always affected mine.
anarch
QUOTE(buttercups @ May 14 2010, 07:18 AM) *
We don't edit men's bodies as far as I know, and talk about somethin hangin out and not being "discrete".


Well there's circumcision, but that's usually for cultural reasons, not spurious, trendy freakin' "cosmetic" ones.

Yeah I know some people argue that the cultural reasons for male circumcision are spurious, but I'd say that trendy cosmetic reasons are an order of magnitude more spurious if only because they didn't even fucking exist like -- what -- fifteen years ago?
karategrrl
buttercups, I could have written your post. Amen on everything!
pepper
"Highlander Vagina Syndrome (THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!! )"

*snort!*

I love my poonany. I can't even see it without major body contortions so meh, I don't really give a hoot what it looks like. It's all about how it feels anyhow and it feels GOOD! I hardly think I need to mess around with knives and bleach down there to make fucking around feel any better. Perhaps I am just that much of a practical Capricorn but I say, if it ain't broke, don't fix it! More than likely fuck it up with the trying and that would be a damn shame.

It takes all kinds, some men love the look of pussy, some don't. Some like the smell, some don't. You can't please everybody no matter what you do so why the heck bother trying to please anyone other than yourself when it comes to your own body? That's an endless road of suffering and dissatisfaction.
spot-on
Ok that's fucked up! Like we don't have enough problems already with girls trying to conform to the 'ideal' with liposuction and boob jobs, now they'll be wanting labiaplasty? This world is truly screwed!
karategrrl
Oh. My. GOD! I watched that labiaplasty clip last night--did not want to attempt that at work.

Plot spoiler (of sorts):
First of all, I though I would keel over when they showed the doctor slicing off the "excess" labia with the scalpel. ohmy.gif My hubby, from the other room, heard me kind of scream and when I later told him what it was I was reacting to, he said, "well, that's similar to circumcision."

A few thoughts:

-I am SO fucking PO'ed. I personally, for years, have thought I was somewhat deformed due to these damn retouched pictures and some boyfriends' reactions to my anatomy due to these fucking pictures (men see this and think it's real--and normal).

-It was GREAT to see the "before" versions of the labia--sexy women with *gasp* fleshy labia. Now THAT is sexy!

-I am fucking normal. After watching that clip, my poonany--and nice, NATURAL body--suddenly looks great!

-They still do something similar in many areas of the word--to young girls, and they call it "female genital mutilation." It is typically done of young girls who don't have an idea of what they're in for. That is sad enough, but women doing something similar--voluntarily?

-How freaking fucked up is it that media has created FALSE "ideals" of breast, labia and body size/type/shape, that women then try to live up to by altering their real bodies to match? Breasts too small? Let's cut you open and stuff some water bags under your chest muscles! Labia too big? Let's cut some of it off! Seriously, WTF!?? Something is seriously, seriously wrong with this. Media creates a "deficiency" and the plastic surgeons "answer" that need and make money. And women are in the middle, being played. Forget "find a need and fill" it, this is "create a need, and fill it."

-I have done my share of internet research and accompanied a friend to two breast augmentation consults. I haven't seen any female doctors who do breast augmentation or labiaplasty. There must be some out there, but my unofficial research suggests that their numbers are FAR outweighed by men.

-Re: my husband's circumcision comment. Okay, labiaplasty and circumcision are two different things. HOWEVER, it got me thinking. I mean, I only once personally saw an uncircumcised penis and--I am not proud to admit this--but honestly, I thought it was gross. And how fucked of me is it of me to think that? I mean, that is a penis in its normal state, no?

Stop me, I think my brain is getting ready to explode.
auralpoison
QUOTE(karategrrl @ Jun 14 2010, 08:21 AM) *
. . . I only once personally saw an uncircumcised penis and--I am not proud to admit this--but honestly, I thought it was gross. And how fucked of me is it of me to think that? I mean, that is a penis in its normal state, no?


Aw, I likes the fleshy little turtleneck sweaters as long as a fella knows his hygiene! I think the extra-long kind where they look kinda like anteaters are neato!
buttercups
Exactly Karategrrl! I def thought I was deformed for many years, in some ways i have to admit that i STILL do, and how fucked up is that!! It is all because of this stupid bullshit that is all completely fake! I've even looked at porn before just so I could see what women looked like bc I thought there was something wrong with me- and since they're all re-touched and surgisized and chopped up it only made me more insecure.

I know a lot of girls are not sensitive to the media, but my body has been punished by all this crap. i have hated my body for years and years and never felt normal bc of things like this. hated myself for someone's stupid made-up fantasy that this world has been trying to make into a reality. this is utter bullshit.
karategrrl
QUOTE(auralpoison @ Jun 14 2010, 02:04 PM) *
Aw, I likes the fleshy little turtleneck sweaters as long as a fella knows his hygiene! I think the extra-long kind where the look kinda like anteaters are neato!

Hahahaha! laugh.gif

QUOTE(buttercups @ Jun 14 2010, 02:04 PM) *
this is utter bullshit.

Amen, sistah.
spot-on
See coming from a country where circumcised is NOT the norm I was a little freaked out the first time I saw a circumcised one! Lol! Again something that does NOT need to be done! Why are we humans mutilating ourselves?
strongirl
Both labiaplasty and circumcision make me unspeakably depressed. Why we as humans cannot revere the organs we came from in their pure and unadulterated form is beyond me.

For those of you with large labia (like me), there are tons of guys out there who love that. Don't let some immature wankers who have more experience with porn than the real thing tell you otherwise. One of my bf's favorite things to do is pull my labia and stretch them out with his teeth or lips. The first time I thought "OMG, don't do that, you'll stretch them out even worse". But I wisely kept my mouth shut. Now I enjoy it...and he still does it and loves it. One of the many things I have to thank him for.

When I was pregnant and learned it was a boy, I researched circumcision. I implore any of you who are considering having kids to do likewise. Those of you familiar with my posts know I can see both sides of most issues, and believe me, the sides are very polarized and passionate on this one. But no way can I see it. I am strongly convinced that it is very wrong, it is mutilation, and it damages men's sexuality. I've actually wondered how much of men's rage and sexual violence stems from this early abuse. I'm so glad we did not circumcise my son! The doctor who circumsized my bf did not believe in it (this was 50 years ago, mind you). So he took just a tiny bit off the tip and bf does not look circumsized. He's grateful to that guy to this day! And so am I! I love the way it looks and feels.

Karategrrl, don't feel bad about your reaction. I think we accept and come to prefer what we are exposed to. But I do think it is a profound lesson for all of us in that dynamic - it is the exact same dynamic that causes guys to expect and like labialess, airbrushed, implanted women. They are fed it by media, sure...but they're not tracking on that when they're like 13, 14 and sneaking peeks at porn. They get trained to like that stuff just like you (and many American women) are trained to like foreskinless dick. It is on us all to step back and question our assumptions and preferences and ask how they might be harmful. Good for you for doing just that.


pepper
QUOTE(strongirl @ Jun 15 2010, 06:13 PM) *
Both labiaplasty and circumcision make me unspeakably depressed. Why we as humans cannot revere the organs we came from in their pure and unadulterated form is beyond me.


Oh, well, for the same reason that we are so strongly discouraged from seeing pregnancy, childbirth, nursing and childrearing as a natural and healthy extention of our sexuality and from experiencing our sexuality as an intergral part of being a balanced and content human being. If we own it ourselves, what money is there to be made by big business at our expense, eh? There is one reason and one reason only to make people, women and men, dissatisfied with themselves and each other, it is for profit. Seeing through that doesn't change much but there is a certainly liberty to knowing the truth.
enfermera
QUOTE(pepper @ Jun 15 2010, 08:39 PM) *
There is one reason and one reason only to make people, women and men, dissatisfied with themselves and each other, it is for profit.



just thought that bore emphatic repeating. thanks, pepper.
karategrrl
QUOTE(enfermera @ Jun 16 2010, 01:01 AM) *
just thought that bore emphatic repeating. thanks, pepper.

I heard about a Dr. Seuss kids' book about the "thneed"--"that thing we all need." I think it was a statement about advertising and consumerism. I must look it up.
jsmith
Uhm, I hope this is the right place to post this...

SO I've been thinking about my nethers. My vaginal orifice, to be specific. The tissue surrounding it is.. uh, for lack of a better word... bumpy. Its like the skin is composed of little bumps of tissue. It's also easily irritated. When I go for a romp with the BF, it doesn't matter how much lube we use - the surrounding tissue always gets irritated.
So I guess the question is this - am I the only bumpy one? Are any of you bumpy? I don't want to make anyone uncomfortable by asking, but I'm curious. Someone having large labia seems perfectly normal to me, but really bumpy tissue? I'm not so sure.
I know the bumps are not from some kind of infection. The tissue has always been like that..
auralpoison
Huh. That is a stumper. What has your gyno said about them? I mean, you have asked your gyno about them, yes? Because honestly, that is where I would start, with someone that can actually see/palpitate the area to see what might be what. If you are really concerned & it is bothering you that much, I'd really suggest you make an appointment, chica. I know I would.

I do know that men can get a perfectly harmless condition called pearly penile pustules that are tiny harmless bumps around the glans penis. Perhaps this is the same sort of thing.
jsmith
I've had a nurse practitioner look around the nether regions, but I didn't think to ask her about the bumps (didn't think they'd ever be an issue). Yeah, you're right, I should go and ask. I can't go see a gyno since I don't have insurance, and haven't started at my job yet, so I think I'll have to go to PP.
lapis
JS, Hmm. Could they be hair follicles? Chicken skin-like bumps? Bumps from shaving? Also, I have hair on the mind and wonder if your man might trim or shave--sometimes men's pubes (and one's own) can cause irritation. On the other hand shaving can too, but trimming could help.
auralpoison
I'm pretty sure JS was referring to her vaginal opening (At least that is how I took her usage of the word "orifice"), so I don't think hair follicles or shaving bumps are the answer since the vaginal opening isn't exactly a hair hotspot. And since she said the tissue had always been that way, I doubt that it's her/her partner's pubes that are causing the bumps. His pubes may be irritating her pre-existing condition, yes, but being the cause I'd say no. And as she is new to the shagging, she needs to be hitting the PP or local women's clinic to sort this out & just check things out overall anywho.
pepper
Just to let you guys know, a comment in here a while back about how we refer to a vulva as a vagina got me thinking about kids using proper terminology with their parts so I've been calling the wee girl's stuff her vulva so she know's what's what. This might be a bit confusing to others when she starts to go on (as all kids eventually do, loudly and in puplic) about how boys have a penis and girls have a vulva, most little kids that know the correct names do call it a vag. So far though she has been calling it her penis laugh.gif , she has a big brother and I guess she thinks they are the same.
Funny, you should see her bending over to try to look up her own pooter when she's nakkie. Hilarious! I hope she stays this comfortable with her own body forever.
karategrrl
QUOTE(pepper @ Jul 7 2010, 12:51 PM) *
Funny, you should see her bending over to try to look up her own pooter when she's nakkie. Hilarious! I hope she stays this comfortable with her own body forever.

That's great! I remember the day I wondered if I could go down on myself. Took me all of 2 seconds to realize I could not bend like that. (Some men can do that, though!)
Hurricane
I think the shape of a vagina is one of the strongest elements of woman's attractiveness: It is always different and always a discovery ) Together with lady's behavior it makes the biggest part of the difference.
enfermera
forget it, more escorts.
lorewolf
KarateGrrl, in my wacky and flexible youth, I was able to do that, but I couldn't breathe, and I felt like I did myself spinal harm every attempt.
karategrrl
QUOTE(lorewolf @ Aug 13 2010, 10:41 AM) *
KarateGrrl, in my wacky and flexible youth, I was able to do that, but I couldn't breathe, and I felt like I did myself spinal harm every attempt.

I am impressed, spinal harm or not!
auralpoison
I do not know why, but this sounds sooooo refreshing! This would be so awesome after surfing the crimson wave: pussy spa! A nice vulva steaming!
genghis cunt
That sounds LOVELY right now.
Allison-Shine
QUOTE(auralpoison @ Dec 20 2010, 01:55 PM) *
I do not know why, but this sounds sooooo refreshing! This would be so awesome after surfing the crimson wave: pussy spa! A nice vulva steaming!


OMG, only in California. Home of warm weather, pussy spas but expensive real estate. This spa concept will probably reach my neck of the woods in about 20 years from now, when I am borderline menopausal.

Does anyone think that these steams could induce orgasms? Just wonderin' ya know ! cool.gif
Allison-Shine
QUOTE(pepper @ Jul 7 2010, 07:51 AM) *
Just to let you guys know, a comment in here a while back about how we refer to a vulva as a vagina got me thinking about kids using proper terminology with their parts so I've been calling the wee girl's stuff her vulva so she know's what's what. This might be a bit confusing to others when she starts to go on (as all kids eventually do, loudly and in puplic) about how boys have a penis and girls have a vulva, most little kids that know the correct names do call it a vag. So far though she has been calling it her penis laugh.gif , she has a big brother and I guess she thinks they are the same.
Funny, you should see her bending over to try to look up her own pooter when she's nakkie. Hilarious! I hope she stays this comfortable with her own body forever.



Reminds me of the little boy in the movie "Kindergarten Cop", I think he was the son of a doctor or specifically a OB/GYN, who always said "boys have a penis, girls have a vagina" in front of the whole class, LMAO !

Scary thing was I was around pre-school age when that movie came out !
auralpoison
More disheartening news on women deciding they need surgery to make sure they have the Perfect Vagina(there's a weird lag between the parts, but the whole thing is worth watching). It distresses me to no end that Rosie didn't even really ask any questions about the procedure. I cried a few times, particularly when they explore the world of hymenplasty. It's utterly heartbreaking.

Also, Lindsay's Story.
Anne_Ecdote
Mondo Labia via the Hairpin.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2014 Invision Power Services, Inc.