Let’s face it: women’s health issues and discussions of feminine care products are still considered taboo today, in 2017! As much progress as women have made throughout history, we still lower our voices when discussing the happenings of our vaginas in public and inconveniently lug our entire purses to the bathroom when we’re in public places and need to put in a tampon because the thought of carrying such a thing by itself is embarrassing.
(The editors will probably even use some symbolic picture instead of anatomy, and fill the subject line with non-office-offensive wording.)
We’re self-conscious, constantly aware of how our vaginas smell and feel and will buy products that promise to help us to feel and smell “cleaner,” despite a lack of evidence backing up such claims.
The truth of the matter . . .
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