Ya sea por apuro, por mantener el clima sexual, por vergüenza o hasta por flojera, muchas veces dejamos pasar malos hábitos o hasta los promovemos -para ser sinceras- que parecen cosas sin importancia, pero nuestra vagina es un área muy delicada que puede resentirse con facilidad.
Cuando tenemos problemas vaginales por hongos y otros problemas ginecológicos, pues vaya y pase, así es la vida, pero cuando pueden ser prevenibles es otra cosa. ¡A mí me da una rabia conmigo misma, que ni te cuento! La buena noticia es que justamente estas enfermedades vaginales se pueden prevenir evitando descuidos. ¡Fíjate bien!
Listen up chica, it's perfectly normal for your va-jay-jay to have some sort of smell. Don't expect it to smell like flowers, though! Every woman experiences feminine odor and your daily activities and diet could play a huge part. Like, after a serious gym session or if you eat lots of onions, garlic and asparagus. But believe me, there's a BIG difference between a natural vagina smell and a smell that could be indicating you have an infection. The trick is to know the difference!
Lately, news about women smuggling watches inside their vagina, inserting potatoes, eggplants and other vegetables have surprised us and made us laugh. It seems that women are a little confused about what kind of things can go inside the vagina so we are going to tell you. Just because there's a hole in there it doesn't mean that everything can be inserted. Stick around because we are going to show you what's safe to go inside the V.
Si supieras cuántos malos ratos le evitarías a tu vagina si durante un encuentro sexual tomaras algunas precauciones de higiene. Es un hecho que en el calor de la pasión improvisada, de lo ultimo que te acuerdas es de salir corriendo y meterte a la ducha. Si se trata de una noche planeada, seguramente el bañito de burbujas, el perfume y las sábanas limpias está dado por hecho, pero de eso, a que tengas un dormitorio esterilizado es imposible. Pero debes estar alerta a las situaciones que ponen a tu vagina en riesgo.
I can't tell you how many women I know who complain about their "ugly" vaginas. I've literally heard it all. "My vagina is too fat," or "I hate my lips," and the infamous "My vagina is too brown." Society--along with the help of the porn industry--has created a generation of women who straight-up hate their vaginas. It's no wonder there's no many chicks out there bleaching, bedazzling and even getting plastic surgeries on their vaginas. We're convinced they are gross! How sad is that?
Believe it or not, vaginas can get depressed and even sick. Well, think about it in a figurative way. While we make sure to take our flu shots and visit our doctor for a general check-up, sometimes our private areas don't get the same type of attention. The fact is that there are many glaring sympthoms that could be pointing to your vagina needing extra medical TLC. Here are three signs that your vagina might need therapy.
Okay, so I have strange and somewhat embarrassing confession to make. Don't freak out, but I hardly wear jeans--like ever! Didn't I just tell you, not to freak out? It's funny, but I'm always really amused by the shocking expressions on people's faces whenever I mention this. You'd think I told them I don't wear underwear or something. But the truth of the matter is, I don't find jeans all that comfortable. In fact, I wear skirts and dresses 85 % of the time and when I'm not wearing that you'd probably catch me in leggings--but NOT jeans! Okay, so I take that back. I do wear jeans sometimes, but only the super duper comfortable kind that doesn't bother my vagina. Yes, you read that right!
The great pubic-hair debate seems to be a never-ending one. I'm starting to feel like I'm the only woman these day with a hairless vagina. We're living in a bush era, girl, and everyone and their mother seems to believe that au naturale is the way to go now. But how far would you go to get back on the pubic hair bandwagon? Apparently some chicks are so desperate for a hairy va-ja-jay the're even opting for pubic-hair transplants. Yes, that's really a thing!
I thought I'd heard it all when it comes to weird vagina trends. The world has become seriously obsessed with women body parts lately which explains why so many chicas are having there's surgery altered, bleached, detoxed or bejeweled. But now all the hype seems to be around a new vaginal tightening cream called "18 Again." Yes, it's really called '18 again." Tell me that doesn't sound gross! What I want to know is, does this thing actually work?