Have you checked in with your vagina recently? Like, I mean, really checked in? Have you asked how its day was, or what it thinks of the latest season of “MasterChef Junior” or if it’s watching “Jane The Virgin” ? Have you asked if it can open a beer bottle or shoot a ping pong ball accurately enough to hit a target? If you feel like you’re a little detached from your downstairs, get ready, because Kim Amami, sexual savant and expert in vaginal kung-fu, is here to help. She has reached vagina enlightenment, and demonstrates her yoni’s lush strength and powerful vision by tying a string around a jade egg and lifting surfboards, gluten-free coconut donuts and rambutans. It takes all kinds, guys. All kinds. [h/t Buzzfeed]
It really never occurred to me that the FleshLight was actually modeled on a real, live vagina. Like most people, I assumed that it was actually just an “ideal” vagina, composited after a variety of board meetings, with men in suits sitting around a conference table, flipping through diagrams and squeezing latex-feeling things until one of them was like, “Yes, this is it. This is the closest approximation to the vagina of my dreams. We’re gonna be rich!” Well, I was wrong, like I am about many, many things. Here is a very informative video about Eufrat Mai, the actual, real-life vagina model for the FleshLight. It’s kind of incredible to watch her walk through a vast factory of floppy sleeves, all molded to look like her downstairs, and it’s even more incredible to watch her touch the likeness of her actual vagina and approve of its feel. Check out the video, which is NSFW-ish — if you consider watching a dude lube up a FleshLight and lightly, um, explore it with his fingers NSFWish. [Digg]
Vaginas are an unfair source of widespread confusion and embarrassment: Plenty of us don’t know how they work or what they look like. But it’s not just popular culture that gets vaginas wrong. Scientific and medical minds long misunderstood female anatomy. We didn’t even fully know how the clitoris worked until 2009, and even today, many textbooks still misrepresent female sexual anatomy. Read more on Huffington Post Women…
Two science startup dudes introduced a new product idea this week: a probiotic supplement that will make women’s vaginas smell like peaches.
Austin Heinz and Gilad Gome, the founders of biotech startups Cambrian Genomics and Personalized Probiotics respectively, previewed their plans for a line of customer-specific probiotics, including the “Sweet Peach,” at the Nov. 19 DEMO conference. The probiotic is designed to prevent yeast infections and UTIs, but will also make women’s genitals smell like ripe fruit. Read more on Huffington Post Women…
Yeah, I know that #notallmen are dum-dums about the way that female bodies and brains work, but I can produce evidence from the Internet and my inbox that enough are to merit some clarification. Seriously, some of the things humans with penises say about humans with vaginas are mystifying, especially when it appears that the Penis Humans don’t think that Vagina Humans are of the same species and therefore have an entirely different set of elements governing the way our bodies work.
I’m not saying this stuff to pick on guys. I’m just saying it to express my bafflement. If a vocal group of ladies were saying on a consistent basis, “Isn’t it so weird that guys have hair all over their bodies?” y’all would be pretty baffled by that sentiment too. Without further ado… Keep reading »