Why is it that the vagina is less popular in the media space than its counterpart? Why do people feel that talking about the vagina or its sexual functions is somewhat of a “taboo” topic?
On this episode of the Vagina Talk, Drs. Kimble addresses the importance of vaginal talk and how women can attain satisfaction.
Drs. David and Alexis May Kimble provide expert care from the inside out to help women in Southern California look and feel their best. Drs. David and Alexis Kimble are each double-board certified and distinguished leaders in their field; they are exceptional surgeons who are highly skilled and trained in intimate cosmetic and pelvic reconstructive surgeries.
On this episode of the podcast, Drs. Kimble and Kimble emphasize the importance of talking about the vagina.
Many women constantly hide in low self-esteem because of the insecurities surrounding the look and feel of their intimate areas. This is largely due to the fact that there are not many conversations about the vagina.
We are bombarded with talks about the male sex organ and how to make it bigger or better at every point in time, but what happens when we put energy into making sure that the vagina also gets as much attention in the media space? What happens when we start answering all the burning questions on the minds of women the world over? Those questions and topics that are considered taboo topics that are constantly being pushed aside need to be addressed!
Want to know what the experts have to say about the vagina? Listen to this podcast to find out!
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