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    Red face Vaginas - are they all the same?


    Okay, the title might seem a bit odd...but I have a legitimate question here. lol. My gf and I were discussing women (she's bi). She told me she had been looking at Craigs List at some of the personal ad's and she noticed alot of the Women seeking Women specified "No black women" but I noticed alot of them I looked at specified "no white women". One even mentioned "No black women because I don't like the way they look down there". So we began discussing (she's black, I'm white) the question of "Are womans private areas different among races?" Ya know, men are discussed all the time, this race has bigger penises than this race and so on. But I've not heard anyone talk about women.

    Just curious, among men, do they talk about this stuff where women are concerned? And is there any validity to it?

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    i believe my vagina is very very special.

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    im sorry BD...i have had too much sugar tonight.
    i have worked as a nurses aide for 10 years,i have seen white vaginas,black vaginas,korean vaginas,500 pound women with vaginas.... race really doesnt have much to do with it..of course black women are going to have coarser hair down there.. but that doesnt mean a white woman wouldnt have course hair down there..some women have little to no hair down there,some women are a bit saggy,others arent....at the end of the day..its still a vagina.i have never noticed a major differance.i hope that answers your question.

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    Default Does weight matter?

    I feel like as I have gained weight I am bigger down there. I certainly don't look like the women I see in magazines and pornos. Just another thing to feel "bad" about I guess. Do you gain weight in that area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kung Fu Kitty View Post
    im sorry BD...i have had too much sugar tonight.
    i have worked as a nurses aide for 10 years,i have seen white vaginas,black vaginas,korean vaginas,500 pound women with vaginas.... race really doesnt have much to do with it..of course black women are going to have coarser hair down there.. but that doesnt mean a white woman wouldnt have course hair down there..some women have little to no hair down there,some women are a bit saggy,others arent....at the end of the day..its still a vagina.i have never noticed a major differance.i hope that answers your question.
    Hmm interesting. Thanks for your input. I told my GF I was going to post this and we would regroup for discussion. LOL! It seems to be silly......but at the same time seems to be quite a preferance/issue in the gay/bisexual community. Interesting.

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    Rockie, nothing to feel bad about. We're all different and change as our bodies change. That's totally normal. It's kind of like this, if you're 90 lbs then find yourself at 200...you can't expect to have same tiny vaginy you had before. I think it's totally expected that as you gain weight here and there it's going to distribute to areas you don't think of. But I've also seen some women who are skinny minnies that in certain clothes you can tell they're quite large down below. It's just all very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockie54 View Post
    I feel like as I have gained weight I am bigger down there. I certainly don't look like the women I see in magazines and pornos. Just another thing to feel "bad" about I guess. Do you gain weight in that area?
    try and remember the women in the magazines are often airbrushed,and have had surgery done to make their vaginas look more "appealing"
    same with pornos.dont compare yourself to them please,it will only make you feel abnormal when they are the ones who are abnormal down below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kung Fu Kitty View Post
    try and remember the women in the magazines are often airbrushed,and have had surgery done to make their vaginas look more "appealing"
    And they're wrong. A vagina should look like a corned-beef sandwich. Or to quote comedian Jim Norton

    "Big and meaty. If the girl is wearing white panties it should look like Freddy Krueger coming through the wall"

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    AAAaaahahahahahahahahahahahhaahhaa omg.... toooo funnnyyy..... If your so curious about it why don't you and your friend go to the strippers and you can compare there...

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    Sinister Urge: I am laughing so hard! Now I remember hearing 'lil Jimmy Norton saying that exact thing!

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