Monday, July 16, 2012

Could Your 'V' Be Prettier?

Posted By on Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 11:23 AM

Warning: This post doesn't really have much to do with fashion, unless you consider the appearance of your vagina as part of your overall, ahem, look. And really, who doesn't? Oh, and some of you may consider this NSFW. I don't, because I work at the Scene.

As the former editor of Her Nashville, I consider myself pretty pro-woman. But even I have to cringe when I hear terms like "inner goddess" thrown around. I mean, if a man wants to treat me like a goddess, I am all for that, but does it have to sound so cheesy? (OK, I admit I read Fifty Shades of Grey just to see what the big deal was. I winced every time that the incredibly annoying protagonist, Anastasia, referred to her inner goddess, or, even worse, her "sex." JUST SAY VAGINA. SAY IT!!!)

So, anyway, vagina. Maybe it's not the sexiest word on the planet, but it certainly refers to one of the sexiest things on the planet, so I suppose we shouldn't be surprised that there are products like this. Now ladies, don't be shy, we refer our friends to our waxers and our gynecologists, and the continually increasing popularity of vaginal plastic surgery (but not without backlash) suggests that we're all a little more comfortable with discussing affairs below the belt.

Regardless, I giggled when I opened my email and saw this:


Honestly, it kind of makes sense. We women shell out the big bucks for eye cream, wrinkle cream, lip cream, facials, Botox, Juvederm, etc.

Ladies (and gentlemen — feel free to weigh in), what do you think? Maybe a beauty cream for your "V" is the missing piece of the puzzle in your daily routine. Also, it's edible.

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