Across the board (in media and in our personal lives), women are continuously taught that vaginas are our precious, little secrets not to be shared or talked about, and sure enough not to be compared to one another. While we're all pretty used to seeing penises literally all over — cartoons, tube graffiti, drawn on our friends foreheads in college — images of vaginas are rarer to fall out by, and once we do, man oh man, are they radically paired downward from the real deal. I had the opportunity to speak up with a former wax specializer onymous Mel, who not only brought me pictures of incredibly absorbing IRL vaginas, but dropped some feminine bod emancipationist bombs on me that I've been thinking about since meeting her. Well, Mel, who wishes to continue anonymous out of respect for her clients, acerose out that a lot of our surprise has to do with the lack of vista we human to existent vaginas in our lives. In fact, based on Mel's occurrence feat up close together and of his own with literally hundreds of them, she has determined in that respect are five knifelike categories of vaginas that all women fall under in one way or the other.
Youtube star prophetess Bankson recently startled her multitude by telling that she was born with two vaginas. The makeup guru, who has more than than 750,000 followers to date, only learned of her condition recently. The status is far-famed as uterus didelphys, and there are few than 100 known cases about the world.