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Talking about it How can you How can you talk about something that has no good names When I was little it was a cookieI never got that one Dont forget to wash behind your ears and your cookie Wait arent cookies food Thats not cool Frankly Ive never seen chocolate chips down there As I got older it became a crotch but that just sounds vulgar Theres too many terms like crotch-rot out therewouldnt want to insult it Besides men have crotches tooI do not have the same thing as a man thank you very much In health class there came the term vagina No offense but this is rather medicalsomething Im sure Mrs Miller did not mind If youre going to teach fifth grade girls about it make sure its just the vaginaused for making and releasing babies and shedding menstrual tissue There are no other parts of the female reproductive system as it was lovingly calledno clitoris no lips no nothing In high school there were plenty of new names for itpussy cunt beaver twat etc Theyre all so vulgar though If someone wants to reclaim these words more power to you and I dont feel uncomfortable around them I just dont want to call mine thatId feel like I was swearing at it Then in college came a word I growing up in a tiny Republican town had never heard Vulva Vulva Hmmm sounds better than twat dont you think Vulva is the best term Ive heard so far Why is it not taught to girls around the English-speaking world Why do girls have to try to come up with names that arent embarrassing or insulting all on their own Why Because thats our society thats why If girls cant even name their own body parts how are they supposed to become empowered at a young age If girls are embarrassed by their private parts then maybe this embarrassment and
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