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A cream that makes a woman’s vagina ‘feel like a virgin’ again – I expected more uproar/debate…

I have flicked through Lib Dem Blogs and I can’t believe that no-one has blogged about the new vagina cream that tightens the vagina yet. It is a real story it was on the good old BBC. Of course they may have blogged about it when it first hit the news-wire in early August but I don’t recall seeing it anywhere there. I was forwarded the link yesterday asking for my views and I must say my initial reaction was that I didn’t know what to think. I certainly wanted to know what others thought of it though.

I think I’ll start with the advert…

Hmm…

Now I’m no expert in sex and what surrounds it but I’m pretty sure no daughter is going to dance around in front of their parents singing about how they feel like a virgin thanks to taking a new cream that tightens up their vagina. That just doesn’t seem to be what a daughter would do. I might of course be wrong but I think I’m got this one right.

As for whether the cream works well that is also a worrying aspect. I’m pretty sure anything that involves making changes to the muscles in the vagina area is probably not a healthy thing. So is this cream just a placebo or does it actually make changes to a woman’s lady parts?

Lastly this cream is clearly not aimed at women. It is aimed at men to get their partners to use it and make the whole experience more pleasurable for them. The women that I know well enough to have talked this over with have all basically said the same thing – it hurts the first time. None of them would go back to having sex in that same scenario so this cream is not for the women to enjoy the experience more. It is for the men.

Of course this isn’t just a physical thing as it is also a society thing. In India where the cream is out now the average age that women are losing their virginity has gone from 22.9 to just 19 in just the past twelve years. That is a pretty big change and shows that changes are going on but the question is whether attitudes are changing as well. That I am not sure but having a cream that will make you feel like a virgin again. I’m just not too sure about that.

A couple of people that I have talked to about this say it is no big deal and one said that it was ‘just like buying anti-wrinkle cream’.

I just don’t know what to think but I am sure there are some hefty opinions out there one way or the other…

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4 Comments

  1. Julia Böttcher Julia Böttcher

    Hello I Married woman with 3 kids who just didn’t feel like I was pleasing my husband. I was a bit skeptical but still ordered myotaut serum l, UNTIL I had sex with my husband. No lie, I felt like I was a virgin having sex for the first time. I was actually sore. I was so amazed. This is my little secret. I’m using it EVERYDAY.

  2. Fathima Ismail Fathima Ismail

    I too saw the reaction of many lib dem blogs to this and find it very surprising that many people have negative reactions. Vaginal tightening has been done in the west for over decade with more invasive surgeries like Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty and Hymenoplasty being quite popular.

    I can’t help but wonder whether the west is just prejudice against Indian Scientific enhancements to draw this much critisism? If so why is that?

    “Now I’m no expert in sex and what surrounds it but I’m pretty sure no daughter is going to dance around in front of their parents singing about how they feel like a virgin thanks to taking a new cream that tightens up their vagina. That just doesn’t seem to be what a daughter would do. I might of course be wrong but I think I’m got this one right.”

    As for the above paragraph, you are pretty naive about what advertisements depict. I hope you know that when the 3 friends in the Strongbox beer commercial were shown to evolve backwards, you realize that is NOT REALITY.

  3. Andrew Currie Andrew Currie

    In some cultures it’s important for women to be a virgin when marrying – even if they are fooling no-one. In such cultures virginity is defined differently & I’ve heard they even have surgery to restore a hymen, making them a virgin again!

  4. O. Henry O. Henry

    If there’s one thing it can’t do:

    it can’t make the experience awkward.

    And that is the only way to feel like a virgin again.

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