I’ve never been a big fan of the lottery. I think it’s because of that Shirley Jackson short story where the “winner” gets stoned to death, which seems to be what metaphorically happens when someone suddenly comes into a lot of money. But if there were any way to know that the lotto was fixed and you were guaranteed a win, I could maybe risk those fears. Perhaps that’s why villagers in northern Thailand have been consulting the magical vagina tree for clues? Keep reading »
We’ve heard of pretty painful things happening down there. Childbirth, for one. But nothing compares to an 11-year-old girl in India who was born without a vagina. Doctors did not notice her missing hoo-ha until she began having severe abdominal pain and a sonogram revealed that the girl didn’t have a lower vagina or vulva. Her period blood was collecting inside her each month and she was developing cysts. Ouch! Luckily, this deformity, called
“cryptomenorrhoea,” cryptomenorrhea could be fixed with vaginoplasty surgery and now she is the proud owner of a new vagina. No need to hit up that woman with two vaginas to lend one of hers. [Times of India] [Ed Note: At left is just a stock image photo and not a photo of the girl without a vagina.] Keep reading »
“Untamed Vaginas.” Now that‘s a cover line — one you’ll never, ever see on the cover of a mainstream magazine. So the September issue of Cosmopolitan went with this big splashy cover line over Jessica Alba’s crotch: “Untamed Va-jay-jays: Guess What Sexy Style Is Back.”
This is too much for blogger Leah Chernikoff at Fashionista. Railing against the use of “va-jay-jay” from “Grey’s Anatomy” to “Oprah,” she now has a “desperate plea” for a “moratorium” on the word. “When I hear people say it out loud I am a little embarrassed,” Chernikoff wrote. “What’s wrong with saying ‘vagina’?” For what it’s worth, Khloe Kardashian, of all people, agrees with her. Keep reading »
Life must be slow in Bemidjii, Minnesota. Locals are up in arms over a piece of public art: Gaea, a human-sized beaver with a vagina painted on her belly. Gaea is just one of 10 beavers made by artist Deborah A. Davis, who says the pink folds and round nub are the hands of a praying woman and points out that the word “gaea” (or “gaia”) is ancient Greek for the goddess of Earth.
No matter. Residents became agog at the big beaver vag, because somebody has to remember to think of the children! So, in July, the city manager removed Gaea from public view. Keep reading »
No video game could be quite so depraved as “Bonetown,” the world’s first action-adventure porno video game. But a new game called “Privates” rachets up the shock factor. Tiny soldiers storm through the human body’s private parts, blasting STDs, sperm and poop and yelling nonsense like, “Oh hey, look, a massive vagina!” Keep reading »
I’m pretty sure someday, just as the previous generation remembers where they were when Kennedy was shot, this generation will look back and know exactly what they were doing the day Oprah brought “vajayjay” into the lexicon. Will we look back on that day and weep? I don’t know. But here at The Frisky, we’re not too proud to think of nicknames for our genitals. In fact, we’ve even given you a list of approved nicknames for our vaginas, and yesterday, Susannah presented 21 nicknames that should never be used for a dude’s manhood. Likewise, when it comes to our lovely ladyflowers, we also know what we don’t want you to nickname the vagina. Find out after the jump. Keep reading »
You know what I find more atrocious than vajazzling? DIY at-home vajazzling. Look, if I am honestly going to sell my soul down the river for some crystals on my cooch, I’m gonna pay a professional to do it right. Ugh. [Vajazzleville
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If Kotex isn’t allowed to say “vagina” or even “down there” in their tampon commercials, they should check out LoveYourVagina.com, a veritable thesaurus of ladyparts synonyms. LoveYourVagina.com is asking ladies to “tell us what you lovingly call yours …” and graphing the answers in a massive tag cloud. Eve Ensler would be so proud! Or she might cry. I can’t really tell.
After the jump, let’s take a look at16 straight-up weird names we girls call our vag. Keep reading »
While we all try our best to stay in touch with our vaginas, there are still some things we don”t know. It’s not our fault — there are no Vagina Olympics on TV touting its awesome powers. But luckily there is a blog, this blog, that isn’t afraid to truly show us ladies what we’re working with! That’s why we put together the most jaw-dropping tidbits about your lady bits. So, prepare to be shocked and amazed as you click through this slideshow … Keep reading »