The shame was bad enough without all the physical discomfort that went along with having a vulva with lips large enough that they rubbed against my thighs.
Jacqueline Secor painted her way to self-love, one vulva at a time.
“The only way to change the way [...] individuals experience their bodies is to educate them, and others, about the natural diversity."
I've been thrilled, in the past few weeks, to hear that my quirky little podcast project about sex over 50 has had the following
Knit one, vulva two. Or is it knit one, purl two? I'm definitely late coming to this party but better late than never. I thought that after the Vaginal Yogurt scandal and my crack reporting on Vaginal Weightlifting that the hoo hoo was out of wondrous activities. I was wrong. Again. I give you Vaginal Knitting.
You have to let go of the idea that women over the age of 50 have a diminishing or lower libido after menopause. That simply does not have to be true. What may be more to the point is the need to let go of their own perceptions of what sexuality is all about.
You pushed a human out of your body. It's not likely to look the same. And guess what? Mine doesn't either. Or my Ferrari neighbor's. Or your best friend's. Or your sister's. All the vulvas look different after babies and also they look different from each other. That not just OK, it's normal.
You're normal! Your guy friends are assholes and wrong! You shouldn't date any of them! But you should date other guys -- now, often, lots, slowly. And when you get naked, don't apologize for a thing.
A 13-year-old male high school student was teasing an 18-year-old girl about her vaginal flatulence before being struck in
"It's an incredible experience," White said. "When we turned that block over, I can't tell you, I got chills up and down