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    The Vagina Monologs is a play by the American feminist Eve Ensler. It is, evidently, a questionable gem. Eve Ensler's play, The Vagina Monologs, challenges rhetorical critics, feminist activists, and scholars of numerous types, to reconsider the relationship between the body, especially the female body, and current understandings of public and private. Thusly, Ensler's play additionally moves us to investigate the status of the body inside rhetorical and feminist studies. The Vagina Monologs'…

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    different ideas through lenses of subjectivity and supposed objectivity, which has been naturalized by institutionalized heterosexuality. The work and provisions expressed by a female-to-male transsexual, Buck Angel in his article, “The Power of My Vagina” emphasizes how each individual has a bias. This is further seen in Wallace’s, “The Manly Art of Preganacy”, Abu-Lughod’s article, “The Muslim Woman: The Power of Images and the Danger of Pity,” and Pasoce’s, “Guys are Just Homophobic:…

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    nomenclature of what is really going on “down there.” “‘V’ is for Vulva, Not Just Vagina,” is a wonderfully written article that grabs the reader’s attention with wit and offers insight about a topic that is not discussed all too frequently. Lerner did a fantastic job of addressing the fact that although men’s genitalia are more often than not labeled correctly, female genitalia does not have the same respect. The general term “vagina” has encompassed the entirety of the female genitals, but in…

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    The difference between being a Vagina and being a boy, boys would always be superior. There is a dominance hierarchy in society where men dominate woman. When you’re born with a Vagina you receive a pink blanket when you’re a boy you receive a blue one. Women are always getting judged based on appearance rather than ability. We are also born to behave how society expects a girl and a boy to behave, having a color-coded gender labels. As we grow up both sexes show a constant pressure from the…

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    Women differ from men. Women normally have a vagina as part of their reproductive organs while men have a penis.The vagina should be well maintained so that the woman can derive pleasure during sexual intercourse. If sexual intercourse is not leading to pleasure of both parties involved, then there is a problem. One problem women face at one time or another is a flappy vagina.There a number of factors that can cause a vagina to lose its firmness. They include the following: 1. Childbirth When…

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    breasts and a vagina, unlike men, has brought up the question throughout the week whether these different body parts allow women to feel a source of empowerment, or if it allows men to have power over women through objectification of these body parts? The movie Teeth helps answer and shows how these two questions are somewhat ambiguous, because in reality the answer to these questions is both. Throughout the course of the movie, Dawn’s knowledge and conformability level of her vagina…

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    during pregnancy? The body transforms in many ways when you are pregnant. There is an increase in vaginal infection during the entire period. If the discharge is clean and odor free, it is caused by pregnancy hormones. It is also a sign that the vagina is healthy. But excessive discharge can be a sign of an infection. This occurs mainly when the natural balance of bacteria is affected. There are mainly 4 kinds of vaginal infection which range from common to rare affecting the pregnant women.…

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    Vaginal Cancer Essay

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    where the cancer cells are formed in the vagina. There is two main cancer which are not very common but are Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma. These next two aren’t so much common, vaginal melanoma develops in the melanocytes of your vagina and vaginal sarcoma develops in the tissue cells of the wall of your vagina. Squamous Cell Carcinoma forms in thin and flat cells lining the vagina. This type of cancer spreads slowly and near the vagina, it’s the most common type of vaginal…

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    the tissues that line the vagina become dry and thin. This condition is most common in women who no longer have regular menstrual periods (menopause). This often starts between the ages of 45–55. Estrogen helps keep the vagina moist. It stimulates the vagina to produce a clear fluid that lubricates the vagina for sexual intercourse. This fluid also protects the vagina from infection. Lack of estrogen can cause the lining of the vagina to get thinner and dryer. The vagina may also shrink in…

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    Signs You May Have Bacterial vaginosis and How to Treat it Naturally Bacterial vaginosis is a form of mild infection which occurs in the reproductive organs of a woman due to bacteria. Generally, there are “good” bacteria in the vagina and some that are considered to be “bad.” The “good” bacteria regulate the growth of the “bad” types. Vaginosis occurs when the balance is upset. Bacterial vaginosis usually lasts for a few days and can disappear on its own. Causes of Bacterial vaginosis Medical…

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