November 14, 2019
Women are covering everything in goo — even toothbrushes.
Women should never use an electric toothbrush to masturbate, a gynaecologist has warned.
Tales of people pleasuring themselves with the vibrating gadgets are common online but one expert said it could lead to ‘lacerations or trauma’.
The ‘interesting new trend’ risks damaging the sensitive skin around the genitals and isn’t hygienic, she said.
Hygiene in general doesn’t seem to be a concern for the modern woman though.
Various warnings from medics suggest that anything not specifically designed to go in or on the vagina should not be put down there.
But this doesn’t seem to have stopped people trying to cure thrush with garlic or using parsley to try and control their periods.
Now, consultant gynaecologist Dr Anne Henderson, based on Harley Street, has told The Sun toothbrushes should always be kept above the neck.
She described using toothbrushes to masturbate as an ‘interesting new trend’ and said: ‘I would have serious concerns about anyone using an electric toothbrush for anything other than cleaning their teeth.
‘The structure and shape of the toothbrush, regardless of which part is used, could potentially injure, lacerate or cause trauma to the delicate vulval area, particularly the clitoris, especially if one of the more aggressive cleaning heads is used.’
Women posting on anonymous forums on Reddit claim to have enjoyed the practise using both the brush end and the handle of the devices.
However, the handle is the wrong shape, according to Dr Henderson, and the teeth-cleaning end raises further issues of cleanliness and cross-contamination.
She added: ‘The whole issue is fraught with potential complications and should be avoided at all costs.’
A doctor in California earlier this year wrote on Twitter warding women off putting cloves of garlic into their vaginas to try and avoid yeast infections.
The Daily Mail then lists things that doctors also warned women against putting inside their vaginas:
- Apple cider vinegar
- Cleansers, lubricants and wipes
- Gwyneth Paltrow’s Jade Eggs
- Bath bombs
Earlier this year, a goo hole expert warned women against putting chocolate syrup in there, too. There’s a pretty clear trend of women putting all kinds of random things up their vaginas.
Interestingly enough, they have that in common with homosexuals, who are also known to put all kinds of things up their holes. When you also consider that just like homosexuals, the average woman is full of sexually transmitted diseases and infections, it becomes pretty clear that there’s some kind of pattern there.
I guess one could say that women are the faggots of genders.