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Oh No; Why These Women Feel Compelled To Bleach Their “Privates”

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vagy purseBy Tamala Perkins

The sad reality for some women is that there is a stigma related to not having a husband and children. In some countries, such as South Africa, many women want to do everything that they possibly can to make sure that the man they are intimately involved with is satisfied.

It seems that many women believe that having “dry $ex” is what will please their partners. “Dry $ex is achieved by the women reducing the moisture in their vag!nas, which they believe will make intercourse more pleasurable for the men.

According to a report by The Daily Mail, “Dry sex is known to be carried out in South and Central Africa, and Indonesia.” The reason why women subject themselves to this practice is that they believe that men like dry vag!nas better and get more pleasure that way. It is also believed that a woman whose privates are “too moist” will be rejected because she has been “stretched out” by too much $ex, implying that she has been promiscuous.

According to journalist, Wendy Syfret, who investigated the practice in South Africa, “To achieve dryness, women insert, chalk, sand, pulverized rock, herbs, paper or sponges before sex.”

“They also douse their vaginas in detergents, antiseptics, alcohol and bleach. This can lead to cuts, sores and inflammation in the vagina, and increases the chance of a condom breaking, ” reports Syfret.

A major concern with this kind of practice is that it is harmful to the women who do it and also puts them at an increased risk of contracting $exually transmitted disease, including H.I.V and AIDS. South Africa has a very high rate of infection of H.I.V.

Many advocates for women and children in South Africa have also spoken out about another practice where men would “have their way” with young women who were virg!ns because they believe that doing so would cure them of diseases. The issue is of great concern to advocates because many men have even r@ped young women, sometimes even small children because they believed that they would be cured of diseases.