Vaginal Health Part 1 & 2

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In this episode of The Sex Talk, Jenoa and Mou discuss some ways to keep your vagina happy and healthy. In Part I, they discuss using tampons vs other newer options such as the Diva Cup, also explored is pubic hair care, and big vagina no-nos which include soap, douching, bubble baths, and remind ladies that vagina's are self-cleaning for the most part.

 

 

In this episode of The Sex Talk, Jenoa and Mou discuss some ways to keep your vagina happy and healthy. In Part II, they focus specifically on STD prevention particularly without barriers - herpes for lesbians and women who have sex with women, as well as wearing cotton underwear/panties, allowing your vagina to breathe to prevent bacteria growth and yeast infections. 

 

 

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Introducing Mou and Jenoa. Moushumi Ghose is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in sex therapy and is an advocate for healthy sexuality and Jenoa Harlow is an out actress, a sex enthusiast and an advocate for gay/lesbian rights and information

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