A book called Zala tamala was published at the Mladinska knjiga, which suggests that it is a section that the girls hide between their legs.
Why doesn't female viagra work?
In women, lust is mainly in the brain. It is simply not enough for us to have an attractive person in our bed or to become moist and swollen, as is often the case with men. We need more – our brains must be excited, not our genitals. This is why viagra works in so few women, even though they put a lot of effort into it.
Is there anything new to say? If you think there is a vaginal orgasm, that a virgin skin is like a foil, strained across a glass for lodging, and that it necessarily bleeds when the penis or other dangerous weapon is started, if you are convinced that (too) long pubic lips should be shorten operationally before putting them on display for potential candidates – then it is “Guide to the Care and Use of Female Genital Organs” definitely a must read.
Norwegian Nina Brochman and Ellen Stokken Dahl The two met when they, as freshmen in medicine, put on styrofoam penis and tried to teach teenagers, sex workers and refugees the basics of sex education. To the disability, they answered questions such as “Looking normal below, how do I know I'm going to bleed reliably on my wedding night, the discharge is a sign that I have a sexually transmitted disease”. That's why they started writing a blog called Sex, aimed at girls and women who should marvel at their remarkable body and be proud of it, they say. On their educational journeys through their homeland, they perceived that people were gaining knowledge of their genitals and sexuality from porn, and that the line between abuse and voluntary sex was becoming increasingly blurred. Young girls are sometimes willing to take on the role of a free-spirited prostitute to prove that they are independent and confident, and boys abuse it a lot.
Nina and Ellen summed up their blogging experiences in the book Zala tamala (they became doctors in the meantime), and it was rattled first in the homeland and then elsewhere in the world. The translators must have been giggling, as they had to find juicy native terms for pussy, plush, eggs and female and male activities in their language. A relaxed style, however, does not mean that they have not gone through a great deal of research to confirm or disprove the claims that sometimes make our lives worse.
The authors, of course, have long and widely devoted to the female genital organ (many still do not know what the vulva or external genitalia and what the vagina is) and, of course, a rather virgin foreskin, which, they say, is a misleading name, since it has not much to do with virginity . The hymen is a mucous fold at the beginning of the vagina, it plays about the same role as a man's nipples (hence none) and in no way resembles a foil strung across a glass for lodging. This thing changes as you grow, it may or may not break a little (and soon heal) during your first sexual intercourse. Virginity tests, when a gynecologist is supposed to determine whether or not a virgin is virgin, are larifiers. It is not possible to determine whether the penis has already roamed in there or not. Just over half of women are unable to “boast” bloody bed sheets during their first sex.
Scandinavians who are known for sexual relaxation do not have problems with the aggregate state of their virgin skin, so even innocence tests there, gynecologists have long refused to perform and issue drones. Which is not to say that there are still men who want a bloody wedding night. Therefore, there is an operation called hymenoplasty, which can be performed in any private institution in Slovenia. There is an even more elegant option if you have already spent time with an asshole who wants to take your virginity – you can buy a phony monster with theater blood for about $ 25.
Is she sorry or not?
The times when sex was taking place under the quilt in the dark, passed. Well-informed gentlemen who want to become great lovers know that with their carrot, their partners are almost certainly not ready to orgasm. So fingers, tongue, and more can be used. In short, they expect unobstructed access to the tamale with full view. Which is the source of women's trauma. Is she beautiful? Aren't big pubic lips too thick and little lips too long? Need to be cut off? Turn around? Doing a haircut?
The authors take such fears very seriously. They broadly explain that no two tamales are the same (which is also the knowledge of gentlemen who fly from flower to flower – by the way, the external genitals are really like an open flower). And that there is no reason to ax. Although they are not against various decorative arrangements, they do point out that cutting pubic lips is not a joke, as we say goodbye to a great deal of sensitivity. Even shaving pubic hair (through which stimuli are transmitted to the nerve endings) can deprive us of complete enjoyment. If they are shaved in the wrong direction, the hair may re-squeeze into the subcutaneous tissue when re-energized. Is the bare hills of Venus full of overgrown hairs and pimples really seductive than the usual bush?
Point G does not exist!
Since he is a German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg Before World War II, he suspected that there was a famous G spot in the vagina that caused heavenly pleasures if you rubbed it – they sought it and did not find it. Many women who flex their fingers around their vagina with their bent fingers claim that they have found her, but there is no scientific evidence for this. Point G should be a stand-alone formation, since the vagina is very sensitive at the beginning, where the clitoris is, and increasingly smaller against the uterus. Measurements, however, made on live sex couples show that the thing is on the side of the vagina next to the bladder and that it is not a point G at all, but a clamp. Which we imagine is very wrong.
A clitoris is not a small button
The boys, of course, read in the instruction manual that the clitoris was a button, and if you pressed it, the girls would open the door to heaven. Sometimes they do it with too much fervor and have the partner in the wrong gentle slander to prepare them to tear them away and maybe even wave them. The clitoris is really very delicate, but not a button, the authors explain. It's just a tip, everything else is in the underground, which has been known by anatomists for almost 200 years, so why are so few users aware of it today? Probably because the authorities in the medical community are men and they weren't very interested in that.
The authors explain that the fungus, called the clitoris, is just the tip of the iceberg and is the most sensitive part of the female genital organs, such as the penis head in a man – which is very visible in them. However, it does not appear that the Y-shaped clamp is inverted into the environment and extends 3.5 inches in depth and width. And that it has so-called breccia tissue, which fills with blood during masturbation or intercourse and greatly enlarges. “The clitoris and penis are two variants of the same organ,” the authors explain.
Is it possible, then, to break the devil's clitoris all by himself, without touch, as is the case with men when looking at an attractive ass or at night in a (wet) dream? Yes, it is possible. If we ever wake up in pleasant cramps and ants, it doesn't interfere, but this is it. By the way, it can happen in the daytime too …
There are many things written about the orgasms and misconceptions surrounding this book, but to me the other is that a vaginal orgasm (as opposed to a clitoral one) does not exist. It is orgasm when it shakes the whole body or it is not. Women don't always experience it, which is normal, some never.
It drains from the undercarriage
One of the (for many girls very serious) problems is vaginal discharge, a gynecologist says it's normal, but we don't think it is. We feel like we are stunned and our surroundings will smell us, and it becomes especially problematic if we have a partner who gets upset with an angry plum with his tongue. Instead of enjoying it, we joke about whether or not it wants a nose clip.
Nina and Ellen explain exactly why leakage, what it's like (when it's like a protein, we're ovulating, so pay attention!) And that it must be clear to anyone who has sex with them that they have sexual organs, even if they are just cleared, certain odor. Which with more experience also becomes erotic irritating. However, it is not wise to attack your plush with all sorts of soaps and rinsing aids, as serious problems can be accumulated, including a dry vagina, which is bad for both partners.
Without prejudice, the book talks about illness, contraception and abortion, various sexual practices, and especially partnerships from the first sexual experience onwards. And back. It is not easy to read for tertiary women and those who think that homosexuality and transsexuality are a disease, that there is no intercourse and that two-sex babies (one or two babies are born in Slovenia each year) are necessary and witness to make girls because this is simpler. Then he grows into a warrior and a tall boy – with a pipe.
Do we have different problems with sex education today than we used to? My kid was eight years old when he told me with pleasure that they were watching a classmate of porn. It just came to my eyes. How should I react to witness the classmates' parents leaving films on the nightstand instead of hiding them? Finally, I calmly asked how he liked porn, ah, he said, it was interesting at first, but then it kept repeating. I don't remember how far I was with sex education, but certainly not that far, and so the porn overtook me. How to explain now what is normal and what is not and to whom such products are intended, I was devouring. I'm afraid today's parents have exactly the same problems. That is why I strongly recommend that they read the Zala Tamal book first by themselves, and then give it to their daughters – and sons.
cover of Zarja Jana no. 7