Wednesday, July 2, 2008

I like to pretend I don't even have one.


"Dr. Romanzi likes to call the vaginal workouts she prescribes “personal training.” Clients could also use an in-office electrostimulation machine to improve pelvic muscle tone or buy a device for home use. Dr. Romanzi said that such treatments are intended to improve bladder control; she said pelvic training may also lead to more intense orgasms."

Ugh. If you're taking your cooch to the "pelvic health clinic" to get labiaplasty, everything else on your whole body better be perfect. Fixing your southern smile had better be your last task, my friends.


The whole gross thing HERE.

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Training"? Like you could "train" it to do "tricks"? Like pick up change off the floor?

Petunia Face said...

Your Southern Smile? GENIUS. That's my new name for it, teeth and all.

Kwana said...

What tha--? I'm dying to find out if she stays open and really makes money. Crazy.

eM said...

oh for CRYING OUT LOUD
I sphit on this

dewy23 said...

just another example of nothing about a woman's body is good enough. I can't beleive women buy into this crap!

Anonymous said...

dewy23: A woman is PEDDLING this crap!

Anonymous said...

da mens don't want no woman wid a flappety, queefy vagina!

maison21 said...

never thought i'd read the phrase "vaginal workouts" on a design blog!

perhaps i should do a post on "penile personal training". on second thought, um, no...

tula said...

my favorite quote from the good doctor, “If you can vote and you have a vagina, you should do these,” she said. “It’s the dental floss of feminine fitness.”

only if she promises that i'll be able to lift furniture with my vag will i partake. otherwise, totally useless.

John said...

Southern Smile made me think of TEETH, the oddest movie I saw last year. Don't say I didn't warn you.

simply seleta said...

MEOW!

Anonymous said...

Smoke rings!

decorno said...

OMG... "smoke rings."

You KILL me. I am dying over here.

Anonymous said...

heh heh...

;-)

Poppy said...

Where's the "F" word in this blog???

decorno said...

Ah fuck... I forgot it this time.

:)

mamacita said...

Seriously, people, pay attention -- this means you can get your insurance to cover highly sophisticated vibrators. Between this an medical marijuana, it's a great time to be alive.

Poppy said...

Decorno..I "F'in" forgive ya!!! It's just that I was having a really bad week so far.. and it is only Wednesday..and then I got on to your blog..and was hit with the "Fuck Yeah" before I even had my coffee..don't like the "F" word before my coffee!!.... it's your blog..people love it..so go with it!! anyway..the bulbs are lighting up my house now!!! in true fashion!! LOVE YOUR "F'IN BLOG!"

Anonymous said...

i studied tantra yoga on and off for awhile and the truth is, if you tone those pc muscles you WILL have better and more intense orgasms.

no need to pay for it though...you can do it on your own.

do any of you ladies have kids? these exercises are important after getting stretched by babies.

after babies, it's not about orgasms...it's about not peeing in your panties every time you sneeze...

NO LIE

Anonymous said...

owow.. no way that was in my beloved ny times. best part was "welcome to the era of the gyno spa" line

Poppy said...

I'm signing out.. tomorrow has GOT to be better!!!! orgasm or not!

Anonymous said...

incredible - i want to say only you, miss d , but there it was in the nyt- damn if i didn't deliver my babies in that hospital and still see the doctor- you know i will be making a snyde remark at my next visit. by the bye i nursed a friend back last summer she added the - making them match surgery on with her braests and tummy tuck . hell once your under .......... recovery you ask - not as bad as i imagined and there were alot of pain killers

Anonymous said...

There is a whole history, going back to the 1800s, of doctors "medically" getting their patients off with pseudo-scientific sex toys. Check out this book, available from amazon.com:

The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria," the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual Satisfaction, by Rachel P. Maines, published by Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology.

SGM said...

anon #1 has painted the most visual picture in my head. What a party trick!

I also love the phrase Southern smile. Hopefully there are no teeth.

Michelle, sister of Seleta said...

Seriously, where do I sign up? Sounds...interesting and a good way to pass time. Might as well spice it up, right?

Anonymous said...

THIS IS A GREAT BLOG...seriously, the content, including this one is GREAT.

decorno said...

Thanks dude. The comments are really where it's at.

Anonymous said...

I found a really hot personal trainer for my vag.

Anonymous said...

anon 6:23-I did Pilates for a year and it greatly improved bladder control. I've stopped since and it had been a problem. I totally agree; after you have children (or over 40, which those who are not, will be someday)

To the extent to have a clinic-hey, I personally think $1000 designer bags are a waste, If you disposable income, as a whole, I think our culture is totally twisted as to what we like to spend our money on. These days for us its gas and groceries. Less and less for the insanity.

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:36--

You probably think $1,000 bags are "a waste" because you can't afford one. If your income were to triple overnight, you'd probably be a LOT less disapproving.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:30 - Mee-ow.

There are those that eschew conspicuous consumption even though they have the financial means - it is called old money.

Anonymous said...

Ah yes, playing the "old money" card. It doesn't get more vulgar than that.

Anonymous said...

I'm with No Lies. I think this is for (and should be marketed toward) bladder control issues and remaining continent when aging than it is for the sexual aspects. I understand how this could come across as the ultimate (yet another) insecurity/percieved inadequacey in women who are now expected to be all airbrushed and perfect and fuckall, but it is an actual valid thing. She's just playing up the orgasm angle to attract customers far younger than the ideal target audience (from a medical, not cosmetic/sexual aspect). Ladies, if you want to hit 60 and not pee when you laugh/jump/etc., it will be less amusing later on....