— New York Post (@nypost) April 26, 2018
From the New York Post:
From sexually transmitted infections to childbirth and unpleasant infections, surely your lady garden has enough to face?
But the idea of having a “depressed” va-jay-jay isn’t just something you see on the small screen (yes, Charlotte in Sex And The City complained to her gal pals of the very same thing).
It’s a real and very painful thing, known by its medical name vulvodynia, and it can affect women of all ages.
It causes a burning sensation down there, a stinging pain despite there being no sign of infection or skin condition.
Hey, anything is possible.
Well sure, if you’re Lena Dunham. https://t.co/ZTM6B0xKPa
— Lizzy Lou Who (@_wintergirl93) April 26, 2018
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA.
Try a new hairstyle. https://t.co/Om46qBDPJk
— Federalist Musket (@Patriot_Musket) April 26, 2018
Umm … no.
I'm no psychologist, but hell, I'll take a crack at it. https://t.co/CImj4GGhMH
— Ordy, Contributing Editor to Humility Fair (@TheOpulentAmish) April 26, 2018
You know that look you give your brother when he passes gas and tries to blame you for it?
Yeah, we just made that face.
it just needs exercise…
— Jeff Burkett ?? (@TheJeffBurkett) April 26, 2018
— Doctor ?D? (@4everTachyon) April 26, 2018
Maybe Dr Phil can help pic.twitter.com/LRaRTwUFyZ
— Rock Hardcastle ? his name is Owen Benjamin (@shower_puck) April 26, 2018
WTH did I just read???
— (America's Curmudgeon) Andrew Young (@NucMM1retired) April 26, 2018
Welcome to the party, pal.
— R3gulations (@r3gulations) April 26, 2018
Just tell it to smile more! #verticalsmile
— boingboingbbeep (@boingboingbbeep) April 26, 2018
Aaaaand we’re done here.