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Happy V-Day? Vibe Vixen Celebrates Vagina Appreciation Day!

It's not the Valentine's Day most people have in mind, but there are plenty of reasons to love and honor our lady parts.

The beauty of the vagina far exceeds those temporary troubling and overwhelming moments she's inclined to lead us into the dreaded monthly. Through pleasure and pain, every morning we wake up attached to life's most precious (and powerful) sex organ and it's about time we set aside a day to show it the utmost appreciation! Together, we hold total world domination and keep life as we know it sustaining; and let's not forget the perks of having subtle control over our counterparts. So while we're basking in chocolates, gifts and late night nookie- take the time to appreciate our blessing below.

Our VIBE and Vibe Vixen staff got together and chatted freely about all the lovely things our vaggies would say if she could talk. It certainly has a voice, but what if  she could formulate her own opinions and prance through life as a free spirit; a completely separate physical form? Can you imagine what type of feelings your vagina would undergo? Her deepest dislikes? Or even how she would dress herself?

Well, we did. Happy V-day Vixens!

Flip the pages to read what our own vaginas would probably tell us.

Brown- Nicole Brown (@missnikkibrown)


If your vagina could talk, what would it say?
Free at last, free at last; Thank God Almighty, I'm free at last!

What would it enjoy?
Those trojans with the green wrapping. And kisses. Lots of kisses.
What would it hate?
Anything with an STD and lonely nights.

If you could dress it up, what would it wear?
A tight red dress with nothing underneath.

What makes it so special?
It depends; but it does tricks.

                            Diarrha              - Diarrha Ndiaye (@diarrhaxo)


If your vagina could talk, what would it say?
Let there be light. And air.

What would it enjoy?                                                           
Minty peens. She'd invent it.

What would it hate?
Spicy Mexican foods and cactus; basically California.

If you could dress it up, what would it wear?
A mesh jersey with nothing under, thigh high boots.

What makes it so special?
She's so powerful. Like a superhero.

1 - Nicole Breeden (@coca_colee)

If your vagina could talk, what would it say?
..first of all, it would SCREAM!

What would it enjoy? 
Undivided attention.

What would it hate?
Tiny human beings

If  you could dress it up, what would it wear?
Ballet shoes. I'm not sure why, but I would really want her in ballet shoes.

What makes it so special?
The fact that she's a rare form, independent and just does her own thing.


CloverClover Hope (@clovito)


If your vagina could talk, what would it say?
We’ve had some good rides.

What would it enjoy?
Hershey's kisses (think about it)
What would it hate?
If you can dress it up what would it wear?
A little black dress

What's so special about your vagina?

She can do whatever she puts her mind to.

sharifa1-Sharifa Daniels ( @realwizsharifa)

If your vagina could talk, what would it say?

She'd ask if I was drunk for a year when I dated my ex. The worst workout she had to continuously engage in.

What would it enjoy? 
My vagina definitely enjoys tongue massages. She would personally like to think who ever created it did it with her in mind.
What would it hate?
My vagina hates when aunt flow visits. That heffer always comes unannounced and doesn't rain but pours on her parade.
If you could dress it up, what would it wear?
My vagina's actually a nudist in ever sense of the word. She doesn't like bushes nor cover-ups. She likes to breathe and spread her wings (or lips).
What's so special about your vagina?
 The most special thing about my vagina is that she's super clutch when in times of need.
-Adelle Platon (@adelleplaton)
If your vagina could talk, what would it say?
Bow down, bitches.
What would it enjoy? 
Standing O's
What would it hate? 
Spicy tamales
If you could dress it up, what would it wear?
 An LBD with Timbs
What's so special about your vagina? 
She knows what she's doing.


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