Have you ever heard of Vulva? It’s a perfume that supposedly smells like a woman’s vagina. Well, now the Vulva commercial is here. Not surprisingly, the ad focuses a great deal on a woman’s vagina. Nevertheless, it remains unclear exactly what Vulva smells like in real life. And why the woman who stars in this commercial is working out the entire time, I am not entirely sure. It’s possible Vulva is a “gag” product, but I don’t know. I think people would buy this stuff. But maybe not women. [Copyranter] Keep reading »
Vaginas! So strange. So mysterious. So essential a component of the female anatomy. Sure, you may have a vagina. Or maybe you’re just curious about vaginas. Vaginas are like snowflakes. No two vaginas are alike. Of course, some vaginas are more exceptional than others. Check out the top 10 most unique vaginas in our vagina-tastic slide show.
This goes under the category of “What is happening to sex?”
Having recently read a curious post on the blog Why Women Hate Men, I have decided to take on the topic of the clitoris, oral sex, and some men’s obtuseness as it concerns this prized activity technically known as cunnilingus (a name that I once gave a puppy and, sadly, it stuck).
The post lacerated a 19-year-old guy in Las Vegas for writing a personal ad promising to bring delight to all whom responded to his free offer for unparalleled oral sex (his assessment). There was only one exception — “smelly ugly girls” need not apply. Ah, a man of such discernment. Keep reading »
I went to the gyno Saturday and was surprised when the nurse practitioner asked me what I use to wash the goodies. I told her Summer’s Eve Sensitive Wash. She told me she doesn’t trust products like Summer’s Eve, Massengill, or Lamisil because these companies also make douches, which we all know are unhealthy. She suggested regular old Dove soap and a hand — washcloths can hold bacteria — as the best method for cleaning the lady parts. She also cautioned against allowing any water into the vagina, saying to only clean the outside. Now, I’m a little cheap in weird ways, so I’m not switching to Dove until my wash runs out, which it almost has. What do you think about the nurse’s advice? And what do you use to stay fresh and clean? Keep reading »
Over at GuySpeak.com, our very own Mind Of Man, John DeVore, offers up the hilarious “25 Approved Nicknames for My Genital Organs.” On the list? Hercules Meatquake, Whoa’s Ark, King of Wangistan, and Seven and a Half Inches of Fury. That begs the question: What vagina nicknames have The Frisky ladies’ seal of approval? Check out 25 approved nicknames for our genital organs. Keep reading »
The Green Halloween Bazaar features works by artists and designers to encourage less consumption. Not sure a vagina costume is what they had in mind, but judging from yesterday’s graphic necklace, it’s right on trend! Just tell the kids it’s a hairy taco? [CyanaTrendLand.com] Keep reading »
VulvaLoveLovely is an Etsy retailer which sells custom-made vaginal portrait jewelry. Simply send a photo of your vag and the artist will make a lifelike replica of it, dangling from a chain! The point is to encourage women to celebrate their vulvas and stuff, which is nice, but VulvaLoveLovely isn’t satisfied with just a photo — they want your vaginal feelings too. “Send me a convo describing your vagina: the shape of your inner and outer labia, colors, how much or how little your inner labia extend out from your outer labia, how well hidden your clitoris is, is it heavily hooded, or can you see it fairly easily?” Um, yeah, I’m with Regretsy on this one:
“You know, it’s unnerving enough that there’s someone out there, painstakingly making polymer replicas of your cooter … [but] if I’m going to spend that much time online talking to a stranger about my p**sy, I better be playing with myself.”
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When male journalists go deep, they go to Iraq. When female journalists go deep, they put a “vagina mint” in their hoo-ha. Since we here at The Frisky are ahead of the curve on all things vagina-related, we told you about Linger vagina mints way back in August. They’re like Altoids for your vagina. We didn’t try the product ourselves, because our cooters are fresh like that, but we did ask some dudes what they thought of the idea. Mostly, their responses were, like, “Ew, gross.” Over at Mother Jones, writer Jen Phillips got herself a tin of vagina Altoids and almost took the product for a test-drive. Then she read the box, which says they’re “for novelty use only.” So, wary of a yeast infection, she decided not to Linger. That’s gonzo journalism for you? [Mother Jones] Keep reading »