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“I was introduced to my future husband by email, met him for the first time on Skype and married him two months later,” says Divya.
Divya got married two years ago to a match arranged by her father’s friend. According to her even though an arranged marriage doesn’t sound like the most romantic thing in the world, it’s the best decision she has made in her life.
Some – perhaps eccentric – things women do with their vaginas: ‘vajazzling’, weight lifting, G-spot injections and attempted murder. No wonder the vagina has so much street cred.
These and other gripping news flashes in the 7 March 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which yodels loud so you can moan soft.
For most of us, it’s the route we take on the very first trip of our lives: the vagina.
The penis goes into it, menstrual blood comes out of it. It can squeeze up tight or stretch as wide as a baby’s head. In part two of our Top Five Facts series we ask what is vagina confidence? Does everyone have a G-spot? Is it normal to have discharge? Is fair better? And can women really ejaculate?
Women who feel confident and comfortable about their vaginas have more sex and get more head, according to a recent US study.
But vaginal self-confidence isn’t only about pleasure, it could just save your life. Women who feel positive about their vaginas are more likely to go in for regular check-ups at the gynaecologist, the study found.
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