As someone who works in hospital and happens to know few things about women’s private part both from medical point of view, as well as through personal experience. I like to correct few of the lies feminist spread about their private part.
It’s sad that they are actually hurting their own gender.
Many young girls worry about loose vagina after switching partner. It is specially true among Asian women like Filipinos, and Chinese. In fact most of these girls have white boyfriends. Dating men with larger penis for citizenship, and than switching back, or even remarrying their husbands from back home means unable to enjoy sexual pleasure.
I came across an article in Elite magazine title “The Science Of Your Vagina: Why Women Don’t Get ‘Looser’ After Sex“.
I thought I should deconstruct feminist lies from the same article.
Article has these four points, and let’s reconstruct them. Like many other articles I’ll provide reference to backup my claims unlike Main Stream Fake Media.
1. A virgin’s vagina is extremely tight.
“Extremely Tight” is a serious medical condition called Vaginismus
Vaginismus is the term used to describe recurrent or persistent involuntary tightening of muscles around the vagina whenever penetration is attempted
Also older virgin women will not be able to have sex, or may go in state of shock.
Women in menopause will have to use cream to have sex.
Dry vagina menopause
The most common symptoms of vaginal dryness are itching and painful sexual intercourse. Without its natural mucus, the vagina becomes very dry and fragile and cannot handle rough penetration. Forceful penetration may rip or tear the vaginal walls. You may have been wondering why you are experiencing vaginal bleeding after menopause.
2. If you lose your virginity, your vagina is going to be permanently loosened.
It better. Otherwise it could have a serious medical problem like Vaginismus.
3. Having a lot of sex will make it super loose.
Perhaps you would like to explain why there an increase rate of vagina tightening surgery. Increase in ‘vaginal tightening’ surgeries worries doctors
What will happen to a man who does weight lifting in the gym everyday?
Vagina is same. Sex with many partners means loose vagina.
Again: think of vagina like any other organ of your body. If you eat too much what will happen to your body? Won’t you get fat?
Same rules applies to any other organ of human body. Vagina is no exception to the rule. Too many boyfriends, or overuse of dildo means loose vagina. It’s not for nothing you see so many women going for “Vaginoplasty”
But don’t take my words for it. Ai Ai opens up about vaginal tightening. Loose vagina is a major problem among Asian women who have sex with Caucasian men. Ai-ai delas recently told girls in her native Philippines to undergo vaginal tightening (unspoken words are when your white boyfriend dump you recharge your vagina!). Like our beloved Trump she double down on her claims, again and again: Ai-ai delas Alas is new endorser of vagina tightening treatment. At least she is an honest ho.
Will I sound too misogynistic if I point out why would she need to tighten her hole, and telling other girls to do that? If it wasn’t for patient client privilege. I could have told you amusing stories about white girls vag after string of black men dump them, and they couldn’t enjoy men of the west.
4. Having a baby makes having sex with your vagina the equivalent of throwing a pastor into a cathedral.
Other then feminist who would say such an insane thing?
But the answer is: yes it does. If a women between the age of 18 – 26 has kids. She has better chance of recovering her vagina memory, but older the women weaker the memory.
What do other women say among themselves?
“Wifey Wednesday: When You’re Too Loose”
“After childbirth, some of us have a rather embarrassing problem: Your vagina is too loose to make sex exciting.”
Think of it this way. Who will heal better 15 years, or 50 years old? Same rules applies.
But hey I could be just be a hack over the internet pretending to be a doctor. Let’s see what my fellow doctors say, and more importantly hear from female patients.
“MONTEGO BAY, St James — After giving birth to three children, the 33-year-old Montegonian just couldn’t get the pleasure she once experienced during sex.
The woman, who has been married for almost three years, said the tightness in her vagina no longer existed.
Fearing that the lacklustre sex could impact negatively on her marriage, she became worried, and suffered in silence for months.”
I will copy past an entire article from the Magazine on my desk — it’s from The Jamaica Observer (online version only carry few paragraphs, and I hand typing it here for you.
“Many women are afraid to have a child through the normal birthing process, fearing their vaginas might not contract to its original size afterwards. And their fears are not unfounded.”
“After a while (following childbirth), the vagina will contract significantly, but not necessarily to what it was before,” says Professor Horace Fletcher, gynaecologist and obstetrician at the University Hospital of the West Indies. “However, it will go back down so much that the change may not be noticeable.”
It is for this reason that several women are choosing to do Caesarian sections. According to Fletcher, in countries like Brazil, the Caesarian rate is very high with some 70 per cent or so of women opting to do the procedure in order to avoid the stretching of their vaginas.
“Other research have found that after vaginal birth, there can be a stretching of the pelvic floor, affecting urination and the passing of stool,” notes Fletcher. “However, most people agree that those reasons are not enough to have a Caesarian section and that this should only be done when absolutely necessary.”
Dr Charles Rockhead, gynaecologist at the Ripon Surgi-Centre and the Amadeo Medical Group on Young Street in Spanish Town, explains that during a vaginal birth, the cervix opens up and the bony structure (the baby’s head) comes down which can cause damage to the pelvic structure or muscles, whether directly or indirectly. This damage can then cause the vagina to lose its elasticity, thus becoming loose.
He was, however, quick to add that damage done is not dependent on the number of children a woman has, but on the type of labour she endures.
“The longer the labour, the more likely it is to cause damage,” says Rockhead.
Fletcher agreed, adding that if the woman has a very traumatic delivery, such as a very large baby, or received a number of tears during delivery, then the vagina could remain stretched.
But, he says: “Most women’s vaginas will come back to normal.”
Four weeks after vaginal birth, the vagina should start moving back into shape, adds Fletcher.
However, in cases where the vagina does not contract significantly, he strongly recommends Kegel exercise, which he says is very effective. This consists of contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor in a similar manner to that of holding up the urine. He suggests that women do this as often as they remember, wherever they are.”
Sex like anything else should be done in moderation. Just as you wouldn’t eat with a stranger, same should be applies for sex. I am not just be prudent here. This is the best way of avoiding sexual diseases, and other serious issues.
Another female expert (snake oil seller) telling us about seven reasons for vaginoplasty.
Now, just by reading the title of the news article below you will notice the big difference between two men & women. As usual, men are fine just the way the way they are, but women feel the need to alter themselves in order to be good enough.
For my MGTOW brothers, I suggest you only date young girls who are single, or never married. Those of you who are curious what it feels like to be in loose hole. Try making out with your bedroom window you may get wet during stormy night, but it ain’t gonna give you a pleasing night.
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