A little help?

 DISCLOSURE: I am not an expert on sex; just a woman sharing bits & pieces of what she and some of her friends have learned in life. Feel free to email me if you have specific questions or want me to share your story on the blog. Don't be shy someone else might have gone through/is going through the same exact things you are going through. If you don't ask you will never know :) 

      Some of my girls and I were having our basic girl talks one day and the issue of not producing enough body fluids during sex came up. One Jane Doe said she thought it was her fault when she is having sex and all of a sudden Ms. V dries up. She even thought this means she is not attracted to the guy so her body is just not responding to him. You know how some people say when you are turned on you get  very wet.....well that is not necessarily true. You can be turned on and not be wet. Some peoples body just produce more fluids than others. If you are not producing enough fluid during sexual intercourse get some lubricant!

A little help never hurt nobody!
      Imagine you have dry skin and you just keep rubbing on that skin what will eventually happen is that it will bruise/ itch because you are agitating it. Ms. V works the same way! Jane doe described her Ms. V really hurting and she got a burning sensation. I wasn't surprised when she said this, Ms V is dry and it is being penetrated & agitated.  Bruising up Ms. V opens you up to infections. To avoid unnecessary pain and potential infection just use a lubricant.Do not be ashamed to ask you partner to use some lubricant. Don't suffer when you don't have to. There should be absolutely no shame attached to not producing enough body fluids. Get yourself some HELP!


  1. It's the same thing with orgasm. Not every woman experiences this with every single intercourse and that don't mean she isn't turned on by her partner.
    Rolled eyes to multiple orgasmers��������

    1. Joins you in rolling eyes at multiple "orgasmers" Ugh! I don't like them lol,


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