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Laetitia Pople wrote the following in her review of a KKNK performance of Vagina Dentata (2012):
GIRL POWER Appearing at the Theatre Royal, in the Vagina Monologues, left to right, Anne Charleston, Hayley Tamaddon and Mel Giedroyc
El uso de la vagina artificial ha facilitado el estudio del semen en CSA y, actualmente, el nivel de conocimiento de la fisiologia del espermatozoide es comparable a otras especies de granja (Garnica et al.
The colposcopic visualization of the cervix and vagina found an aceto-white lesion at the right lateral wall of the upper third of the vagina.
Laundry detergent and fabric softener traces that remain in your underwear can also irritate the tissue around the vagina.
She previously toured in the Vagina Monologues with Jerry Hall.
Confirmation that fluid from the vagina is bathwater: A pH and colour test were performed (Table 1).
Considering the graphic intimacy of the subject matter, it's astonishing how inoffensive "The Vagina Monologues" truly is.
The Vagina Monologues has been critcoffeebreak ically acclaimed, receiving prestigious nominations for Drama Desk and Obie awards in 1999 in New York, and a nomination for the 2002 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment.
Women who have undergone this relatively conservative surgery and who return to work and regular activities relatively quickly are at increased risk of developing a dehiscence in which the fallopian tube herniates through the separation, extends into the vagina, becomes irritated, and bleeds.
In this context, the vagina is a phallocentric organ: defined as sheath or receptacle, itself properly singular and decorously out of sight, it compensates for what Freud called the uncanny nature of the outer female genitalia.
It is now staged worldwide in charity performances as part of so-called V Day, the V standing for Valentine, Vagina and Victory and raising money for female causes.