A woman who definitely wasn’t just saying she was using a vibrator so much every day that she broke her vagina for extra Instagram likes — that’s definitely not what’s going on here — using a vibrator so much every day that she broke her vagina. Whoa! Crazy! Awesome! Sick! Cool! Rad!
*gets erection, smashes follow button*
Nadia Bokody, a sex columnist and Instagram model from Sydney, Australia, says that after she left a loveless marriage that didn’t feature much sex she bought herself a vibrator to reignite her passion. Specifically, a Rabbit vibrator made famous by the HBO show Sex and the City. Apparently, she liked it. She used it so much — up to six times a day — that she eventually started to experience pain in her vagina. She initially got tested for STDs (because… who knows where that vibrator has been?) but eventually, her doctor figured out that the pain she was DEFINITELY feeling was from going to town on herself all the time.
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My relationship is not perfect. My sex life is not perfect. My partner is not perfect. I am not perfect. But our devotion to keeping open, clear lines of communication between us at all times is STRONG AF. I used to think my relationship would be good when I found the perfect person. The person that would perfectly understand and complete me. Now I know that person doesn’t exist. No one is perfect. No one – and I mean NO ONE – will ever understand everything about you. And that’s OKAY. So LONG as you are both committed to working on it. To TALKING. To never acting based off assumptions or expectations. People always ask me for the secret to my sex life. They expect it’s going to be some crazy, magical secret. But it’s just communication. That’s it. I ASK for what I want. My partner ASKS for what he wants. We NEVER expect one another to mind-read when one of us is horny, or hurt, or pissed off. We TELL each other (kindly) what’s affecting us. We don’t leave anything to chance. We make our needs crystal clear. And while our relationship isn’t, and never will be, perfect, it’s pretty damn amazing. 💖
So did this happen? Did a lady masturbate so much, ‘cuz it was so rad, that she sort of literally broke off her pussy? Eh. Whatever. Take her word for it. Or don’t. It doesn’t change anything about anything. Whether it’s real or fake we’re already here talking about it and what the hell else was the point of announcing this or making that claim anyway? There isn’t any other point. Now there’s a name mentioned, a vibrator named, and some extra SEO points scored. There’s even Instagram posts embedded. The “truth” is beside the point at this stage of the game. It’s immaterial. So believe whatever you want to. No, actually. That’s bad advice. If you’re a cynic (like me) then you’ll just believe it’s fake. Instead, believe whatever option makes you the happiest. That still might be that it’s fake because you get a kick out of people saying weird stuff for attention. But at least now you’re believing what you’re believing for a positive reason.