Sex Questions from the Twittersphere: Is Queefing Natural?
The general attitude of ppl towards ‘queefing’ seems negative to me.. is it normal? Can you stop it or make it quieter? I do when I cum.. =/
Queefing (in case anyone reading this is unfamiliar with the slang) = vaginal farting, or more precisely expelling air from the vagina in such a way that it makes a sound. (They sometimes used to be called “varts.) And the reasons why people might react to them negatively are mainly twofold: 1, they’re not used to them, the queef is unexpected and throws off the concentration, erotic focus, fantasy world, etc., of the person reacting; and 2, some people have still not gotten over the urge to laugh and point at farts.
In either case: Queefing is a perfectly natural response to enough vaginal action that air, as well as whatever other relevant body parts or toys, enters the vagina, and is subsequently expelled. I’m not sure it happens to everyone who engages in penetrative vaginal play¦ but it’s very common, common enough to have not one cute moniker but two! I’m guessing the fact that it happens during your orgasm means your PC muscles, and hence your orgasmic contractions, are strong. To lessen it might mean a milder contraction (and that’d only happen if your PC muscles lost tone), and a milder contraction = a milder orgasm. So if you want my advice, learn to love it, and if a partner says anything, tell them it’s your vagina shouting with joy.
Tweet tweet! –CQ