The fact that there's such a stigma surrounding the subject of vaginas pisses me off 📴 – and ditto the many misconceptions regarding vaginal health, especially as it applies to odors. Vaginas aren't taboo. We shouldn't be afraid 😨 or ashamed of discussing them. Sometimes, they have odors. That's okay. Please, don't be ashamed, don't be afraid 😨 of asking questions, and don't think you're alone. Every woman 🙎 has smelled 👃 something wtf-worthy wafting up 👆 from her panties. Knowing how to decode those odors will not only put you at ease, but it's also a great 👍 step toward opening up 👆 a vagina dialogue.
1. A Musky Odor is Pretty Much the Norm
When your vagina is healthy, you can expect it to have some sort of … not an odor, really, but more like 😍 a musk. It might be stronger at certain points, such as after a long day ☁️ at work 📐 or an intense run. Regardless, a bit of musk is completely normal. It doesn't indicate any deeper problems and it is absolutely not at all unhygienic.