How We Think Sex Changes After Childbirth Versus How It Actually Changes
A new study shows that many women believe that vaginal childbirth will negatively affect their sex life, but experts say it's more complicated than that.
'Why Me?’: When You’re Born Without a Vagina, Cervix, or Uterus
MKRH affects one in 5,000 women—which means that the condition is nowhere near as rare as you might think. For those diagnosed in their teens, sex and relationships are especially tough.
'Too Arousing, Offensive': Why Japan's Vagina Artist Was Convicted of Obscenity
Today the artist Rokudenashiko, who rose to notoriety after 3D-printing a kayak in the shape of her own vulva, was found guilty of violating Japanese obscenity laws—which harshly punish depicting genitals in any medium.
Why Cum Leaks from Your Vagina After Sex
Is something wrong when the walk to the bathroom feels like a Double Dare Physical Challenge?
How Your Vagina Is Supposed to Smell
We asked an expert what's considered "normal."
What Does Your Labia Color Say About Your Sex Life?
Last week, Reddit erupted with misinformed debate about whether a woman's labia indicates her sexual experience. We talked to gynecologists to shine a light into this dark cavern of curiosity.
The Things Women Have Hidden in Their Vaginas
Guns, wool, uncooked chicken, and bong pipes are just some of the things that women have attempted to conceal in their intimate areas.
Who's Afraid Of Vagina Art?
Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi was arrested for making vagina sculptures. Meanwhile, at Kawasaki's annual Festival of the Steel Phallus, massive penis statues are paraded around with impunity. We went to Japan to find out why.
In the Studio With Japan's Controversial Vagina Artist
Japanese artist Rokudenashiko has been arrested twice for making art using her genitals. We visited her studio and tried on her vagina costume.
Every Vagina Is a Snowflake: A Dispatch from Portland's Vagina Beauty Pageant
The contest's judges were supposed to rate vaginas on "20 percent physical beauty, 20 percent talent, 60 percent vagina beauty," but shock value mattered more than anything else.
Susan Elizabeth Shepard
The Enduring Dissensus of the Queef
To queef or not to queef? That's not really much of a question. In reality, there's nothing to bring you closer to the one you're doing it with like an all-too-human moment.
Anna del Gaizo
How to Embrace Your Aging Vagina
While the increased popularity of vaginal rejuvenation procedures in the US is notable-the number of operations performed rose 64 percent between 2011 and 2012-it's also worth remembering that plastic surgery in general is on the up.
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