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Queef, Queef, Hooray! Your quick & dirty guide to nature's trumpet
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Queef, Queef, Hooray! Your quick & dirty guide to nature's trumpet

Picture this: you and bae are getting frisky in the bedroom, the candles are lit, the sexy time playlist is bumpin’. Suddenly, they put you in a different position and it happens. Your vagina lets out a less than dainty queef. Freeze frame. Now what??


Before we can formulate a game plan to figure out how we wanna respond, let’s talk about what a queef is in the first place. Google says that a queef is “an audible release of air from the vagina, typically during or after sex” but to be fair it can also happen during exercise or stretching too. But how the heck did air get in there??? The answer to that question is different from person to person, but it most often occurs when your partner is entering and exiting too quickly or too frequently. Your vaginal canal has little folds in it called rugae that air can sneak into and be held in until you switch positions, climax, or relax a bit. 


Since queefing is really just a natural side effect of a good time, there isn’t a whole lot you can do to avoid it, although some speculate that positions that cause your pelvis to tilt upwards (like doggy) may increase your chances of a trumpet solo. It's really up to you how you and your partner address queefing when it does happen (although personally I say you get bonus points for laughing about it because tbh it is kinda funny), just remember that it's nothing to be embarrassed about and let the good times roll!

 

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