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I just came from the supermarket and it’s official. We reek apparently. What’s more it’s a natural, normal thing for a woman to give off such a foul stench that there are any number of products to (thank the lord!) help us control it enough to be accepted into everyday (clean) society.
Feminine Hygiene products. Never have three worlds stirred such incandescent rage in a normally (it’s true) easy-going person.
Maybe I could interest you in some Feminine Wash (suitable for everyday use of course) so that you can wash all the evil off before you leave your home every morning.
Or maybe some Intimate Care Mousse - specially formulated for all day freshness donchaknow? I’m sure that’ll have you sleeping more soundly at night huh?
Remember to stock your (no doubt impractically small, delicate) handbag with some
Feminine Wipes handily packaged in a "discrete bathroom pack" to shield normal people from the horror of accidentally having to look at your shame products Odour absorbing Feminine Powder to try to smother the problem at its source
Feminine Deodorant Compact Spray - designed so that it is perfect for dropping into your handbag. Just in case you encounter a stench emergency throughout the day.
And don’t forget to strap on a scented Pantyliner (choice of Lavender or other such refined 'good girl' fragrances) to ensure no ongoing repulsive secretions can contaminate your underwear/clothing/the environment as they are produced. There are other people in society dammit! For God’s sake think of the children! We all deserve (discreet, breathable) protection from such unspeakable filth.
Most importantly, never EVER forget to have a bumper tube of Fast Acting Feminine Cream to soothe and relieve feminine itching, burn and irritation which will no doubt result from sticking a VAT LOAD OF UNNATURAL, HARMFUL CHEMICALS UP YOUR CHUFF.
Get this idiots. The vulva (oh no! She said a dirty word!) is a self-cleansing, delicately balanced environment. Using the aforementioned "feminine hygiene" products will upset that balance (no matter how "gentle" or "PH balanced" they are) leaving the admittedly rather gullible product user (self-loathing clearly baked in at fundamental level) with an unnaturally lowered defence mechanism against such conditions as feminine *spits* itching, burn and irritation (amongst other things) and (oh the irony!) a greater propensity to odor (unnaturally occuring smells caused by introducing foreign substances into a complex, internal environment).
Why are there no similarly-marketed masculine hygiene products (formulated for everyday use)? Don’t MEN's pubic areas stink? Don't they naturally secrete evil and contaminate decent society with their rancid juices? Why is there no equivalent handy pocket-sized odour eliminating spray (for application under the foreskin and down the urethra), or self adhesive scented pads (with a choice of pine or sandalwood fragrances)? Hmmm. It’s a thinker.
It's sad to see that people throughout society today (with the help of chirpy, upbeat advertising) are perpetuating the abhorrent myth that women are naturally dirty beings.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to strap on my "unclean" sign and ring my bell.