Herbenick, associate director and research scientist at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion, Indiana University, as well as a sex columnist and author Because It Feels Good: A Woman's Guide to Sexual Pleasure and Satisfactionand Schick, a social psychologist at the center have penned a book "for anyone who has a vulva, loves someone with a vulva, came from a vagina, or is just plain curious about their parts. Anything but priggish or clinical, the authors also tackle such subjects as grooming genital hair and how to make a vulva costume or throw a vulva-themed dinner party. The book is also filled with fascinating facts about the vulva for example, the word "cunt" may have evolved from the Asian goddess Cunti. While imparting current research and useful advice, the authors play with words i. Readers "18 to 80" will find this informative yet lively text goes above and beyond in addressing everything they ever wanted to know about the vulva and vagina. Written in a chatty style by two scientists at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University, it gives explicit details about sexually transmitted infections, piercings they may tear condomsvibrators nonporous materials, such as glass, are bestlesbian relationships sex toystampons they can't get through the cervixand pubic hair Playboy models mostly shave. A typical question and answer: "When do doctors recommend that an average woman should douche?
With the help of a Pandit, a yogi, some Hindu comedian friends, a surprise Sikh and other wise gurus, Raul takes us on an adventure back into a year-old religion.
Vaginas are not dirty. They do not need to be detoxed. They do not need to be tightened. They are self-cleaning, self-maintaining, and just need a bit of care so they can continue doing their thing.
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