In ancient times women had temples, to heal, to learn, to weave their magic. The temples were safe places for knowledge transference, womb stories, and the sharing of the mystic mysteries of women and their genitals.
Over time, these practices have disappeared and nowadays the only time women (if ever they do) speak of such parts is in reference to medical issues or jokingly after a few drinks, and sometimes only with their partners. The majority of women have never looked at themselves or know their own anatomy very well at all.
So, you can imagine, suggesting a woman map her yoni can be met with raised eyebrows…
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