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Awkward Questions: “How Do You Tell a Girl She Stinks?”

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Posted September 14, 2012 by Kimani in Teens

“How do you tell a girl her pum pum smells?” 

There has to be a nice way to say everything – and sometimes your delivery will need

to vary based on the person you are speaking to. Here’s a few suggestions:

 

If this is a woman you have intercourse with on a regular basis, the two of you will

probably have a good level of communication between the two of you. Always make sure you’re

in private.

 

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1. “Have you been feeling okay?”

If she answers with a “yes”, it will probably be followed by a “why”.

“I noticed that your scent is a little different – “down there”. I just want to make sure you’re good.”

Odors in the genital region typically signals disease or infection, major sanitary issues – or simply just a little sweat.

If the odor smells fishy – it may be an STD or a vaginal infection like yeast or Bacterial Vaginosis. BV and yeast infections are not necessarily contagious, but they can cause irritation to a male partner if condoms are not being used. Those must be treated by a doctor, and politely asking her to get checked out is probably the best solution.

 

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2. Nice Smelling Bath Soap.

If this lady is your girlfriend and she comes over often, don’t be scared to purchase

feminine hygiene products from your local Rite Aid or pharmacy. Summer’s Eve and

Vagisil now carry body washes and wipes catering to the pH of a woman’s lady parts. (Click the names to go to their sites)

Odor is sometimes caused by slight irritation from sperm, and laying around after sex

can definitely bring this on. A quick shower or warm washcloth after intercourse may solve this problem right away.

She’ll think it’s cute that you’ve got soap at the house – just for her. 🙂

 

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If it’s a one time thing, sometimes a simple text will do the trick. After she leaves your place, of course.

“Hey, I noticed a little odor coming from down there – maybe you should see a doctor.”

She probably won’t be too happy when she reads this, but at least she’ll be conscious of it and get it checked out. It also saves the next person a little trouble, as well as possibly avoiding transmission of an STD.

 

Hope this helps!




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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