The noisy one

Glamour (South Africa) - - Sex -

I wouldn’t rec­om­mend us­ing this in­for­ma­tion as a jaunty ice-breaker you can raise at your work min­gler, but here it goes: your vagina farts. In fact, ev­ery vagina farts (it’s known as a queef), and usu­ally at the worst pos­si­ble mo­ment. This is be­cause vagi­nas are like chic French women: far too self-as­sured to worry.

Queef­ing is com­mon dur­ing a ses­sion of ex­er­cise, a pelvic ex­am­i­na­tion at your doc­tor, and even when you in­sert a tam­pon. Dur­ing sex, queef­ing is caused “when air is pushed in­side the vagina by a pe­nis, fin­ger or sex toy, and then re­leased dur­ing a deep thrust or body move­ment,” ex­plains Dr Rymer.

You can try to re­duce this en­try of air by keep­ing his pe­nis in­side you when you are chang­ing po­si­tions, swap­ping in-and-out thrusts for more cir­cu­lar mo­tions or mov­ing your legs closer to­gether (his legs out­side yours in mis­sion­ary po­si­tion), but “air is also ex­pelled as the vagina re­turns to its pre-aroused state.” All of which means that even if you don’t queef dur­ing sex, you’re pretty likely to queef af­ter sex. Our ad­vice? Just let it breathe! ➻

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