Woman Immediately Dumps Boyfriend Who Told Her That Her Vagina Smelled ‘Off’

Dr. Jen Gunter is not here for boyfriends making off-color comments about their girlfriends’ vaginas.

Boys have no idea what goes into vagina health unless they are an ObGyn.

Once she heard of the trend of cleaning one’s vagina with Vick’s VapoRub, the good lady doctor felt she had to speak out to stop the potentially dangerous practice.

Said Dr. Gunter:

“For what I am sure is the 100th time the vagina needs no cleaning and the vulva needs very little.”

She continued:

“I know the array of useless feminine washes and wipes at the drugstore and the drivel spouted by Gwyneth Paltrow via GOOP imply otherwise, but I’m the actual expert.”

Gunter shared a story of the time when a boyfriend said her vagina “did not smell right” in order to appeal to those who may have been using Vick’s to appease their spouses.

She warned:

“When it came around to telling me how my vagina could be better it finally clicked that this is a form of control that men often use.”

“Fortunately I am an appropriately confident vagina expert and I had a light bulb moment and dumped his sorry *ss.”

“I realize this may border on TMI [too much information], but honestly if it happened to me I bet it has happened to other women.”

Dr. Gunter added:

“If you think you have a medical condition, see a doctor.”

“If your partner insinuates that an artificial smell is preferable to the smell of a normal vagina they are the one who has an issue.”

“Telling women how they can be better is a classic way of tapping into body image issues and honestly in my personal opinion it is a form of abuse.”

Heed the doctor’s advice.

Inserting foreign cleaners into the vagina can have serious consequences, including irritation and infection.

If you have any questions, she’s pretty good about answering tweets: @DrJenGunter.

H/T: New York Post, Dr. Jen Gunter/Wordpress