Like, 'Nope, that's her second belly button. I think I was just young and couldn't believe it. It was really hairy. I think, really, I just saw my mom's friend's pubic hair. I was maybe 10 years old. I just thought, I don't see what the big deal is.
1. Don’t douche
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Remember Me. Experts say that getting better acquainted with your privates will improve your health and boost your sex life. Enjoy some bonding moments with your most mysterious body parts. In a study published in the International Journal of Sexual Health , scientists found that women who had a positive view of their genitals were more comfortable in their skin, more apt to orgasm and more likely to experiment in bed. Say no more, sister! In fact, just catching a glimpse of your crown jewels has been proven to be a turn-on. Think of your privates as an award-winning cast: you have your supporting actors the vulva and your leading ladies the clitoris and G-spot. Every part is there to entertain your sexual needs, but to milk the best performance out of each one, you have to show them all a little love and attention. So lock the bedroom door, kick off your shoes and grab a hand mirror. Both contain layers of fatty tissue that protect your clitoris and vagina.
Since she founded her lifestyle brand Goop 11 years ago, Gwyneth Paltrow has been the target of nearly relentless — and sometimes justified — criticism. Goop and Paltrow have taken particular heat over issues related to sexual health. In the Netflix reality series, released Friday, Paltrow and a team of Goop staffers led by chief content officer Elise Loehnen become wellness guinea pigs, sampling an array of regimens, therapies and treatments, some decidedly out there energy healing , others less so the Mediterranean diet. Each episode is preceded by a strongly worded legal disclaimer. Later, we watch Dodson guiding Ross as she explores her sex organs with a mirror. We see her vulva up close, and then — in the interest of genital diversity — a slideshow of other vulvas ranging in size, color, shape and hair growth. The cameras also follow Lexi, a Goop accountant, as she has a clothed consultation with Dodson and Ross. The episode culminates with Ross masturbating on camera using a method devised by Dodson, who is there to coach her like an orgasm doula. Oh, and by teaching Paltrow the difference between a vagina and a vulva.