A woman's body truly is a miracle, and this fact is beautifully illustrated during the miracle of childbirth. Ask any witnessing party: what a woman can accomplish through pain, sweat, and tears is awe-inspiring. When a woman goes into labor, her body changes rapidly to bring new life into the world. As moms well know, birth is an incredible process: inspiring, frightening, and truly just plain cool. That's right, we said it: The vagina is cool.
Ajibade, 38, an indigene of Ikirun in Ifelodun Local Government Area of Osun State was arrested by the police in Osogbo on Wednesday during a stop and search operation. He was arrested in an SUV, which he said belonged to his elder brother. The gory human parts were found inside a small sack he kept in the vehicle. There is a man, who is also an Alfa; he came to my place and told me that he wanted to do money ritual. I told him that getting the materials needed for the ritual would be difficult but he agreed to bring the materials by himself. The body parts he brought are fresh human head, hands, inner parts and vagina. I did not know that he would bring the materials that morning. This is my first time of doing this kind of money ritual although I do other ones but not this type.
A story about a terrible sexual experience is nothing more than a hoax.
A hapless man somehow got his head stuck in his wife's vagina during sex, resulting in the couple's hospitalization. Tom and Janis Morrison, a young couple from the small town of Greensboro in Alabama, called around pm last night to ask for an ambulance. A disclaimer on the web site reads:. World News Daily Report assumes all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any person, living, dead or undead, is purely a miracle. As a result, some readers mistook this article as a genuine news item.
Think of your cervix as the gatekeeper to your uterus. Lots of things—like tampons, fingers, penises, sex toys, and other germ-carrying items—can get to your cervix, but they aren't getting past it. Likewise, there are things—like mucous, menstrual blood, and the occasional baby—that need to get out of your uterus. Your cervix is the bouncer, deciding what and when things go in and come out of your most vital piece of your reproductive system. Yet, despite benefiting from its work, day in and day out, chances are you don't know much about it.