Flavored glitter capsules for women’s vaginas appear to all the rage these days. However, doctors are strongly advising against it.
I don’t quite understand how this could become a trend. I could understand strippers using it to bedazzle their bits, but regular everyday people? If I had a woman in my apartment and upon going down on her discovered her vagina was decked out in glitter, I’m telling her to put her clothes back on & she should have stopped playing with that shit when she was 10! Glitter is such a pain in the ass to get off and somehow manages to magically find its way onto other materials and surfaces. I’m convinced the it even magically materializes in some cases. I don’t care how great it tastes. I’m not ingesting glitter and its not worth me having to spot clean my apartment several times to remove every last spec of it. Why would a woman feel she needs this product? Guys aren’t going to say “Ya know what would make your vagina look phenomenal hunny? If you blasted it with glitter!” That would more than likely get you a smack across the face and a night sleeping on the couch.
The company that makes it claims the capsules are safe. Doctors disagree. A gynecologist in Canada had this to say about it. “If [the glitter] isn’t plastic and it’s sugar, well, depositing sugar in the vagina lets the bad bacteria go wild. Studies looking at treating bacterial vaginosis with vaginally administered probiotics were halted because the glucose keeping the probiotics alive made the bad bacteria go wild” “Could the vehicle be an irritant and cause a vaginal contact dermatitis? Yes and ouch. Think vaginal sunburn!” (source)
According to the company The only health risk is the potential for asthma attacks if the glitter particles are ingested through oral sex. Well, that’s wonderful. Nice to know this will not only get all over the place, but give your lover an asthma attack!
Ladies, don’t glitter blast your vagina. It’s fine just the way it is.
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