Ya'd think my husband would've asked me this. Before he shoved one in me, and a plug up the other side, and then locked my ass up in a harness while he went on a 2-day trip. Well... no. Actually no. Because asking would've ruined it. Dominance is hot, dominance + basic internet search skills = even hotttter baby. (;
But great news: My vagina is still alive! (Please take a moment to picture it singing on top of the Alps, Sound of Music– style.) Or at least it's not dead, according to Karen Stewart, a Los ...
Vibrators are the most popular sex toy, and most women use one, according to research. Here are 11 important and fascinating facts about vibrators every woman needs to know.
Report 9 years ago. #10. ( Original post by economics_dismal) you are clearly a virgin. people don't "set out" to do it. when me and my gf have sex, after i ejaculate, i sometimes stay on top of her and we both fall asleep together. and obviously the penis stays inside the vagina. when you mature sexually, you may encounter such a scenario.
What you don’t want to use is tea tree oil, which can cause scary chemical burns: “it’s incredibly caustic and will cause a vaginal burn, so probably not okay.”. 4. Chocolate syrup. “All ...
My parents tried to comfort me and told me they would look into bringing me to WTC, but I still didn’t feel better. I felt shame and sadness. I felt like a burden. I remember my dad telling me, “Jenni, to every problem, there is a solution.” There was a small glimmer of hope. The days leading up to my first session were filled with anxiety.
Sure, your vagina can stretch and accommodate quite a few things, but being able to do it doesn’t mean you should.
Hey, I have been masterbating for a few years now, but I decided I wanted to do something different. Last night I tried to stick a hairbrush handle up my vagina, it goes in fine, but 2 inches up it hurts and it feels like it's hitting something, is that the point where it angles at 65 degrees so I'd have to change the positioning slightly?
If your doctor has prescribed vaginal suppositories, you may be wondering how they work. A suppository is a medicine delivery system that can be used to insert various drugs, herbs, hormones or lubricants into the vagina.
Mild odors and most vaginal secretions are natural and healthy. However, if they bother you, you can use a baking soda soak to cleanse your vulva and minimize odors. Fill a bathtub partway with lukewarm water and stir in 4-5 tablespoons (58-72 g) of baking soda. Soak in the tub 1-3 times a day for 10 minutes at a time.