The noisy one
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! ➻