Category Archives: It’s History

Opening the Door to Vaginas

I’ve never been someone who is completely comfortable talking about sex.  I’ve never had girlfriends that I would giggle with about penis-size or orgasms, never really talked about “first times” with any of my close friends in high school, and … Continue reading

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I’m Just Like This.

I’m just like this. I’ve been to a frightening number of doctors, psychologists and other health professionals who have wanted to search out a good, concrete reason for my vagina problems.  They’ve wanted to say something like, “ahhhhh, yes. You … Continue reading

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Tampon Talk

As I mention in my last post, I just joined the Vaginismus Support Group (a Yahoo group created to support women who struggle with vaginismus).  This morning, I read through and replied to a post from a newbie who had … Continue reading

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Let’s Dive In, Shall We?

Well, I think it’s time to stop putting it off. It’s time to write my first post on The Eccentric Tulip. In all honesty, I think I’ve been putting it off because I don’t really know where to start.  My … Continue reading

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