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By Skittles [Ignore] at 08,Feb,18 16:09   Pageviews: 53

This important news was found first, on self.com

18 Things You Should Never Put In Your Cunt Box
If you have to ask, the answer is probably no.

You've all heard horror stories of that one friend's-cousin's-classmate who put so random object inside her vagina during a heated moment and ended up in the hospital with an embarrassing story—and maybe even some serious physical damage. So what's actually dangerous to put in there? We talked to a few health professionals to break it down. Here's what to steer clear of...

1. Douches
Some women like to use douches to clean the vagina, but in actuality, this is totally unnecessary. It can also be dangerous because, according to Dr. Alyssa Dweck, M.D., a gynecologist and Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, it can cause "a horrible imbalance of the typical bacteria that is supposed to be in the vagina and actually cause an infection." Douching is a known culprit when it comes to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and bacterial vaginosis. If you're worried about keeping your vagina clean, the best thing you can do is wash your vulva with soap and water when you take a shower, being careful not to put any soap inside your vagina. See a doctor if you think something smells off. Ultimately, your vagina is self-cleaning, so it doesn't need your help to make it cleaner.

2. Steam
Yes, steaming your vagina at the spa is totally a trend these days, and yes, it's exactly what it sounds like. "They sit on a specific type of spa with no underwear, on special chairs that have herbal infused steam coming out of them, and they steam their bottom," shares Dweck. "And while any sort of warm treatment could feel good and enhance **** supply to the area, we've seen some burns come out of this and irritation from the types of herbs, so I would use significant caution of that. I'm not sure how effective this is to do anything anyway."

3. Tea tree oil
"If you're using household oil as a lubricant, you need high-grade quality oil, not what you use in your kitchen to fry food," says Dr. Raquel Dardik, M.D., a gynecologist and Associate Professor of Gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center. "And you want to use oil that is pH neutral, so for example, almond oil, coconut oil, olive oil, probably okay." What you don't want to use is tea tree oil, which can cause scary chemical burns: "it's incredibly caustic and will cause a vaginal burn, so probably not okay."

4. Chocolate syrup
"All that stuff has sugar which will change the bacteria and yeast proportions which can cause infections. Those substances can also be irritating to the vaginal skin, so it might seem like a good idea at the time, but you may have either vaginal irritation or a vaginal infection afterwards," says Dardik.

5. Whipped cream
"I would not recommend putting it inside the vagina," says Dweck. "It's really tough to get this stuff out, especially if it's causing a reaction. Fair enough for sexual play if you want to put this stuff on the vulva or other portions of the body and get an erotic experience—that's fine. But I wouldn't advise putting it inside."

6. Vaseline
This is occasionally thought of as an easy form of lubricant, but according to Dweck, Vaseline or any other type of petroleum product can actually be source of infection in the vagina.

7. Yeast infection home remedies, like yogurt-soaked tampons
According to Dweck, "Sometimes when people have a yeast infection and they feel like [yogurt on a tampon] is a more natural way to treat it. Probably not a great idea. Bacteria and yeast love dark, moist places so I think that could be causing of infection." If you suspect you have a yeast infection, get checked out by a doctor and if she gives her okay, treat it with Monistat, an easy over-the-

8. Fruits and vegetables
For starters, the old wives' tale is a lie: vegetables cannot take root inside your vagina and grow. There are some major concerns with putting veggies in there, though, according to Dardik. "Vegetables have pesticides, so you're putting pesticides in your vagina which I don't really recommend, and you can have them break off and have little bits and pieces that stay there for rather unhealthy amounts of time which, again, I don't recommend. But nothing takes root, it'll just rot."

9. Anything you've just used for butt stuff and haven't yet cleaned "We see 'vaginal pH havoc,' if you will, break out from [using a toy in the vagina that has just been used for anal play]," says Dweck. "If you want to use a toy in the anal area, first of all, remember that it has to have some sort of a retrieval device, a string or something along that line. My husband happens to be a colon and rectal surgeon, so I hear of toys getting stuck in the colon because there is nothing to remove it. If you want to switch back and forth between vaginal and anal play then I would definitely wash the toy in between, and you may want to use a condom on some of the toys as well."

10. Any sharp objects
"The **** supply to the inside of the vagina is so rich that even the smallest cut can cause incredible amounts of bleeding and although it's a forgiving area and typically will heal, that's not a chance that you really want to take," says Dweck.

11. A hair brush handle
"I can only imagine a handle getting stuck inside the vagina or some trauma being caused, so I can't really condone that," Dweck insists.

12. Alcohol-soaked tampons
"I've heard of the practice of putting alcohol on a tampon and putting it into the vagina for advanced absorption and getting a buzz off of that," says Dweck. "I would say that sounds like it would be horribly uncomfortable and can cause damage to the vaginal mucous so I definitely wouldn't advise that."

13. Your cell phone
Yes, the phone vibrates, but it doesn't belong inside you. "I mean there's a battery in there, that could certainly be a problem," says Dweck.

14. Pop Rocks

This can definitely traumatize your lady parts in a flash—just ask this woman who tried it and ended up on Sex Sent Me To The ER!

15. Aerosole Cans
Dweck experienced a horror story of her own when a patient came to her office after inserting a whipped cream aerosol container, complete with an attached cap, into her vagina ("because the shape of the top of it was a little bit phallic.") Terrifyingly enough, "a couple hours later we were in the operating room removing it because it had caused so much trauma."

16. Rhinestones
Lest we forget about vagazzling, the hottest trend of 2010 (and don't you worry, it's still kickin' in 201, Dweck is here to remind us to be careful about the placement of those nifty rhinestones, because the glue used in the process can be an irritant. "Vagazzling is probably not an issue on the outside [of the vagina] but don't put it on the inside. Some people have sensitive tissue and they get a reaction to the glue." Case in point: keep the rhinestones in the same place you might normally put a landing strip, and nowhere else.

17. An electric toothbrush
If that vibration of a toothbrush floats your boat, "use it clitorally rather than inside the vagina so that it's external stimulation," says Dweck, though as a general rule, she doesn't really recommend you put any household items in there. That's what vibrators are for!

18. Small **** (!!)
"This is rare, I've seen it once in my 24 years of practice," says Dweck, "but probably one of the worst experiences that I ever had was someone putting a small tiny animal in their vagina as part of their sexual play, so obviously I think that's totally out." Enough said.

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By young_dude [Ignore] at 09,Feb,18 15:08
Cosmopolitans take on the 11 things you shouldn’t do to a penis. Posted for some of the muppets here. Although I would like to do No. 5 to some of them

1. DO NOT bend a hard penis. The penis is not designed to bend at extreme angles, especially when it is in its erect state. Do not attempt to bend the penis past 30 degrees.

2. DO NOT bite a penis. The skin surrounding the penis is incredibly sensitive and puncturing it could result in serious injury.

3. DO NOT flick or slap a penis. The penis is not a miniature version of an inflatable bop bag and operators should not treat it as such.

4. DO NOT apply excessive friction to a penis. While some friction is encouraged, vigorous friction could result in what is basically rug burn. Ignoring this rule could result in a trip to the hospital wherein a doctor will disapprovingly say, "That's a friction burn."

5. DO NOT place a penis in a wall socket or toaster connected to a power source. As tempting as it might be, do not use a penis to loosen wall sockets or fish half a bagel out of your toaster. Always unplug toasters before doing this.

6. DO NOT clean a penis with household cleaners. You might be tempted to treat the penis as if it was the countertop in your kitchen, but abrasive household cleaners are going to be harmful to the penis's integrity. Soap and water will do just fine, no matter how dirty the penis gets.

7. DO NOT steam clean the balls. As tempting as it may be, wrinkled testicles are normal and any attempt to steam clean the penis will result in grievous injury.

8. DO NOT stand on a penis to reach a high shelf. Penises are non-load bearing (YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN). Do not put your full weight on the penis, or serious injury could occur to both you and the penis.

9. DO NOT overexert the elasticity of a penis. Do not pull on the penis past the point of resistance. Despite some tensile strength, the penis was not designed to be stretched.

10. DO NOT apply excessive pressure to a penis. The penis is incredibly sensitive and is not designed to withstand blunt **** trauma or large amounts of pressure.

11. DO NOT attempt to put anything inside the penis. The opening at the head of the penis is not designed to allow objects to pass into the penis. Do not place anything inside the penis or obstruct the opening

By Skittles [Ignore] at 09,Feb,18 17:50

By *jamie [Ignore] at 08,Feb,18 17:51
Why google when you can find it here...
By Skittles [Ignore] at 08,Feb,18 18:17
Exactly! This is the service I intend to provide... financial planning and estate tax next week here
By *jamie [Ignore] at 08,Feb,18 18:23
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