No, Vaginas Don’t Normally Smell Like Fish

A lot of women, especially younger women, don’t like their genitals. Most older women seem to have made some sort of peace with theirs, probably because they are such a source of extreme pleasure that it’s hard to hate something that brings you that much joy.

Some don’t like how they look. Others think they smell bad, but the natural smell of a vagina, which is what I think most are talking about when they talk about stanky pussy, is not a bad smell. It’s a strong musky smell, but it’s not a bad smell. Have you ever smelled that really strong pot they call skunkweed? That’s the closest smell I have found to the smell of a vagina. I rather like the smell of that pot, but it’s definitely a strong, rather musky smell.

Some smells are just bad. They’re gross and sickening. Some smells are pleasant. Others are just strong and they are a matter of taste, just as no one likes the taste of beer, wine, tobacco, hard liquor or coffee the first time they try it.

All the talk about “smells like fish” is not referring to the natural smell of a vagina. If her pussy smells like fish, she has an infection. It’s called Bacterial Vaginitis. I must say, in all my years, I have never encountered a vagina that smelled like fish.

Some smelled like maybe…sweat? That part of the body is like an armpit and women sweat a lot down there. One reason people shower before they have sex.

I’ve met some vaginas that didn’t smell like anything at all. I’m not sure why that is. I called up a girlfriend once in the middle of the day she told me she was washing her vagina. “We have to do that, you know – we women,” she said. I never knew that they’d undertake a bathing expedition for such a limited purpose but maybe they do. In my 60’s, I’m still learning about these things called vaginas. You would think I would  have figured them out by now, but nope.

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