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Thursday, November 12 2009

Long Distance Love and Designer Vaginas

I have to preface this by saying that I’m HUGELY skeptical on how often long distance love lasts, but maybe I’m just a tad bit tainted these days.

Tracey Cox at ivillage thinks it can last, and here she gives you advice on making it happen. If you’re partner is abroad, you might find something new here.


In other news, if you’ve ever thought you’d look so good with a designer vagina, please think again. The BBC reports that while you might think it looks good (Jamye speaking now: honey, your vagina already looks good) there are real risks to the fantasy of the fantastic and fun shaped vagina. These include:

  • exacerbating damage to the nerve supply to the area, impairing sexual sensitivity and satisfaction.
  • women might experience similar problems in childbirth as those who have experienced female genital mutilation.
  • women are more likely to experience significant tearing and bleeding after labor.

I have body image issues, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t. But one thing I will not touch - unless I medically have to -  is my vagina. And you shouldn’t either.

Long distance love can come and go, but your vagina is yours forever (or at least for as long as you are).

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One Response to “Long Distance Love and Designer Vaginas”

  1. NMHank Says:

    When my wife and I were engaged, I had to spend a year overseas and during that year, way before cell phones and internet, I wasn’t able to come home, or to call her, with two exceptions.

    I got to make a Ham radio call on a scheduled appointment basis, but neither of us could even hear each other and I found out later, she’d cried for days. The second time, I got about a 5 minute call when I’d been gone around 8 months.

    We wrote letters to each other every day and I kept a journal in a notebook, which I mailed to her every time a book filled up. She mailed me a piece of a jigsaw puzzle every day, and to feel closer to her, I would assemble it now and then. She sent me a small stuffed bull to keep in my locker to watch over me, and a picture of the similar bull she had bought for herself.

    And we managed.

    In 1992, I had to spend about 100 days in the Desert Storm area. This time, I had the ability to call for 10 minutes once a week.

    And we managed.

    And in March, we’ll celebrate our 37th anniversary.

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