Pubic care advice from the #Afrofemme women

In this marvelously frank and informative Youtube video “GIRL TALK: Vaginas (pt. II – Personal care tips)” the hosts of Afro Femme discuss vaginal cleanliness, the importance of peeing after sex, waxing (at 14:10), bald spots in your pubes after waxing (at 16:10), and much much more. Favorite quote: “Invest in your vagina!

‘Vagina Mohawks’ Made An Appearance At New York Fashion Week

Mohawk merkins made a splash at NY fashion week in early 2018. What’s a Mohawk Merkin, you ask? See the article to find out.

Buzzfeed has a few more pics.

Video: Female students at Bristol Uni reveal how they trim pubic hair

From the UK’s Daily Mail:
Bristol University students cringe with embarrassment as they are asked awkward questions about the style they favour

Beautiful pubic female tattoos by Anais B.

Found an article I thought our reader’s might appreciate that highlights the work of Anais B, a tattoo artist working in Belgium. Her Facebook page, referenced in the article, shows her work on all areas of the body. Here are a few examples of her pubic art.

Anais B #1


Oiled fur

Readers may be familiar with “Fur Oil”, the pubic hair treatment favoured by Harry potter star Emma Watson. Here’s an article entitled “I Tried Pube Oil for 3 Weeks and This Is What Happened” in which…erm, a woman tries fur oil for three weeks and sees what happens.

Me and my vulva: 100 women reveal all

Here’s a long and intimate article in the Guardian online profiling photographer Laura Dodsworth’s “Womanhood” project, in which she took portraits of 100 women’s vulvas. The article features some of the photographs, and interviews with some of the subjects.

From the article: “The stories told in Womanhood are vast (even if there are few people of colour included, which Dodsworth puts down, in part, to cultural taboos, as participants self-selected). The pages are filled with people of all ages and sexual orientations, speaking honestly about key life experiences. “The vulva is often seen just as a site of sexual activity,” she says. “But we talked about so many areas that aren’t ‘sexy’ – periods, menopause, infertility, miscarriage, abortion, pregnancy, birth, cancer.” In this sense, she saw herself as a “kind of midwife, helping women to birth their own stories”.

Famous pubic hair

Here’s an article from Glamour magazine that highlights 10 female celebs who have been in the news about their pubes. The article is weirdly titled “10 Celebrities Who Are All About Their Bush” Really, Gwyneth Paltrow is all about her bush? Ok, she mentioned it once, and it’s nice to know she ‘works a 70s vibe’, but ‘all about her bush’ seems pushing it a little.

Anyway, here she is in the dress she apparently once had to trim her pubes for!

Gwyneth's Iron Man 3 premier dress reveals no pubes

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