Proud – A Guest Post For Pussy Pride Project

By on March 1, 2014.

I am delighted to say that I have received yet another piece for The Pussy Pride Project. This time the person has chosen to remain completely anonymous but I have a feeling that her experiences and thoughts are, sadly, an all to common one in our world today. It would be lovely for this person, who has overcome a lot of worry in order to share this piece, to get some positive feedback.

Mollyxxx

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Anonymous writes….

I grew up in a time when girls were taught it was dirty and nasty and to never touch it unless you had toilet paper or a wash rag in your hand.  Then several lovers and my husband said it smelled like fish and I know a man who yet today says it smells like fish.  I thought it was ugly and even when having sex did not like men to look at it.  I was embarrassed because mine did not look like the one in the picture I saw somewhere.  Also no computers or internet.
With access to the internet I leaned a lot of things.

Finally at 63, I learn the truth that it is beautiful and that no two are the same.  We are all unique in our own way.  I don’t have nerve enough to openly post a pic of mine on a web page or even on Fetlife.  But I am now proud of my pussy. I know it doesn’t smell like fish and some men just don’t know about the smell of sex.  But now at age 65 I am definitely proud of mine and thus do present it to you in honor of pussy pride.

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  1. I grew up hearing that it smelled like fish, and I refused to touch myself until I was in my twenties. And still, it has only been recently that I’ve seen pictures of it. Sad how we don’t teach our younger women to appreciate the beauty and take pride in their bodies – especially one so personal.
    I love what you have written, it brought that all back to me, and made me realize just how far I myself have come and I rejoice with you that you have come to a point of pride.
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  2. I am in my latter 40’s and got told the same thing that it was dirty etc etc.

    It took a very special person to enable me to love and accept mine.

    I am glad that you have been able to embrace yours and are able to celebrate the wonderful thing that it is and allows us to have, in so many ways.

    Thank you for sharing your story.

    ~Mia~ xx
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