“It’s not serious, mostly just uncomfortable,” said Charlotte’s doctor, who prescribed an anti-depressant.
“I’m not depressed!” protested Charlotte.
“It’s not for you, it’s for your vagina,” the doctor insisted.
Love Your Vagina
Oyster pearl, honey pot, vajajay, downtown dining and entertainment district. We’ve all come up with clever names for our vaginas, but do we really LOVE what’s down there?! And CAN we use the “L” word for that special place inside us? For anyone who’s delivered a baby – you know what I’m talking about!
While we’re busy working on our self-confidence in many areas of our lives, we also need to work on our ‘genital self image.’
“Why?!” you ask? Here’s a really good reason: A recent study of more than 2,000 women by The Berman Center found that women who had the most positive image of their oyster pearls reported the most sexual energy and the easiest time achieving an orgasm.
Women who love their velvet lockets also reported to have higher levels of sexual satisfaction in general. In fact, women who had the best image of their coochies were 61 times more likely to have ever been sexually satisfied than women with the poorest image of their money slots.
Unlike men who’ve been handling their ‘private parts’ comfortably and confidently since they were born, women need a mirror to sneak a peek down there. Our estheticians have more experience with our honey pots than we do! (Want a guided tour? Click here!)
Check out BettyConfidential.com’s fabulous article for why you want to like your naughty-bits (even if you’re not ready to say the “L” word yet!).
If it’s been awhile since you last explored your pleasure patch, I recommend taking a moment to share the love and appreciation for a most valuable part of your anatomy. That little thing between your hips will be glad you did!
PS: Listen to Mooncup’s very funny Love Your Vagina song – you’ll laugh at all the aliases for vagina! Warning: tune is very catchy – let me know if you find yourself humming it all day!