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Ever since I've been old enough to sneak copies of Teen Magazine at the middle school library, I've known that vaginas sorry, "down theres" are mysterious, confusing places that need to be waxed, washed, wiped, and maintained lest all men run screaming away from you and you end up spending your life attachment parenting a series of rescue cats. As I matured and graduated to an entirely new level of man-obsessed stupidity in magazines, I gradually realized that while ladymags dispense plenty of advice on how vaginas should look, there's no real yardstick on how they should taste, or how a high achieving gal like me who just wants to have the tastiest snatch in town could go about getting it. Science must have some answers, right?
Unbalanced pH. Sounds like chemistry class, right? Literally — because when you feel different down there, like with a new odor or more-than-usual discharge, it could be a sign that your vaginal pH is off.
First of all, let it be said, whatever your vagina tastes and smells like, is great. Think of your taste down there like a fingerprint or a little piece of your DNA: It's something totally unique to you, which is pretty awesome in and of itself when you think about it. But it's definitely interesting to think about the fact that there are certain types of foods and beverages that can potentially alter the chemistry and pH level of your lady part juices.
I, too, was sold that lie, sis. Mowing the lawn and downing drinks full of sugar just for dick? Good god, thank goodness for growth.
Have you heard the good news? Apparently beer can make you better in bed. So, goodbye fears of whisky dick if you stay on the ale and lager, right…?
Someone recently retweeted an article in my Twitter timeline about a woman who said that her husband likes to stick fruit inside her vagina, leave it in all day and eat it later that night. First of all, this sounds like a horrible yeast infection or case of bacterial vaginosis waiting to happen. You stick fruit up your cooter and bake a damn yeasty dump cake all day if you want to.
This is a question I recently posed to men of all creeds and ages on Toyboy Warehouse, a cougar dating site I've frequently used in the past for related data. This time, the topic was especially fun and subjective, considering the fact that everybody has very different opinions about what a vagina feels like. The same goes for other body parts: As the possessor of a penis, I'd say my penis feels like a leather stick-shift, loosely wrapped in velvet.
Did you know what you eat can affect how you smell down there? If you eat strong-smelling foods such as onions and garlics, it can lead to a pungent smelling vagina. It is popularly known that cranberries and cranberry juice offers a myriad of health and beauty benefits on account of its high nutritional value known to be an effective treatment for UTIs.