1:06 pm - 08/11/2002

Who Are We?

Please use the comments section in this post to introduce yourself (if you feel so inclined). Tell us about yourself and what brought you to the community!
chaiya 19th-Aug-2002 08:42 pm (UTC)
I found this community through links from mactavish. I'm 23, bisexual, and continually growing closer to my lifemate (my vagina).

Thank you so much for building this community! I know, it sounds sappy, but I'm really grateful. :)
rockstarbob Re:19th-Aug-2002 11:33 pm (UTC)
I'm grateful too!

I didn't have any idea that it would grow to be what it is now. I learn from it every day and I'm very glad it exists. :)
amethystical Wrote this on the main page but then deleted it...28th-Aug-2002 06:40 pm (UTC)
Just re-introducing myself because I thought this would be a better place to do it. Thanks for the comments I got on the other one! :)

I'm new. Yes. Uh huh.
I'm female. and I love it!
My name is Bobbie, I'm 17 and from Christchurch, New Zealand.
Bisexual, yes. And in a long-distance relationship with a female.
I love female musicans, art, music, writing... all sorts of things. And I love learning new and wonderful things about the human body.
I find this community very interesting, very entertaining and very comfortable... if that makes sense? This community is such a great idea! I'm so excited! :)
I look forward to meeting you all, and when I have problems in the future with my vulva, you'll be the first to know! :)
Thanks for your time,
kyriedj 29th-Aug-2002 01:48 pm (UTC)
I'm Kyrie, although I usually sign my posts as "K." I'm 35 years old, bisexual, and a solitary Wiccan, currently living in Albuquerque. I'm a recovering "Feminazi;" but luckily my friends and relatives let me live to outgrow that stage. I still am active in women's health issues, particularly a woman's right to choose what happens to her body.

elynne Potentially longish introduction30th-Aug-2002 06:43 pm (UTC)
Most of my adult life, I've had hypothyroidism, though I didn't find out until just this year. Since I was a teenager, I was never very interested in sex - I'd get hormonal for a month or two over a new person, and then the hormones would wear off and I'd go back to being asexual. I thought that this was just the way I am. But now, I'm on a thyroid replacement medication, my thyroid level is up to normal... and suddenly I can understand why people think that sex is more fun than Scrabble! I still occasionally wonder how most folks ever manage to get anything done. :)

Along with this - "rekindled" or possibly "newly created" increased sex drive, I've taken a new interest in my vagina. While I was feeling ambivalent or uninterested in sex, it wasn't much more than the opening from which I peed and occasionally bled. Now, though, it's something interesting... something to play with, and explore, and show off. I'm currently going through a phase of shaving it, which I'd never done before, and I'm amazed at the tremendous difference that a shaved pussy makes. Not only are sensations amazingly magnified (wheee!), but... well, it's hard to explain; it's like, now that I can see it, I know it's there. I have a belly, so when I stand up and look straight down I don't see it; but if I bend over a little, Hello! there it is. I'm not used to being able to see it, to explore it.

Like most folks, I was indoctrinated that my vagina is a dirty place, though I have to admit I didn't get that implanted nearly as strong as many people seem to have. Still, it's somewhat difficult for me to talk/write about my vagina, especially about enjoying and exploring it. I may be an enlightened, polyamorous, 30-year-old sex-positive hedonist... but it's still hard, y'know?

Anyway, hi. :)
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grapefruitgirl 4th-Sep-2002 03:08 pm (UTC)
hi. i am new to this community (which rocks by the way--thank you rockstarbob and others in the community!) i have checked the achived posts and my question/situation has not yet been addressed.

my question for ya'll:: how does one post a new topic on this site? i feel silly for asking this as i should already know it, but i can't figure out how to post on your site =(


fyi: i heard about this community through looking at others journal's friends list, seeing the link, clicking on it, and voila! here i am =)
rockstarbob Re:4th-Sep-2002 03:24 pm (UTC)
Hi and welcome!

This should answer your question: http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=76
zek Curiosity Killed the Cat5th-Sep-2002 06:54 pm (UTC)
Hi there.

I'm a 20 year old female from Florida who doesn't really have much to say about my vagina at the moment but that I do have one and this site kind of caught my attention. I am currently a college student studying Radiology and I have long term plans to get my degree and take the out of state examination and move to somewhere just outside Atlanta, GA.

I am saying Hi for the first time and yeah, GOOD DAY!
bluechaos *Waves*10th-Sep-2002 01:18 pm (UTC)
My name is Candi, which is short for Candida ironically enough.
I joined because this sounds like a cool place and alot of my livejournal friends are members. pixiepuff is a proud member and suggested I join because I recently just got my first UTI. (Actually on a second round of antibiotics.)
anyway, vagina talk and vagina health tips = good stuff.

mfcentral Sarah14th-Sep-2002 11:21 am (UTC)
Hey, I'm Sarah - I may post under mfcentral (my sexuality journal), or under moominmuppet (my main journal). I'm 27, bi, poly, and a number of other adjectives and pretty intensely involved in sexuality education and women's health activism. If you're deeply intrigued or desperately trying to find a way to waste a few minutes, my personal website is here.
storm_cloud 1st-Oct-2002 10:31 am (UTC)
Hi, I'm Sara.
I'm 28 years old.
I'm in a long-term relationship with a guy. We're getting married in January.
I have PCOS.
I love my vagina and have heard GREAT things about vaginapagina!
rainingardens yes its me3rd-Oct-2002 09:26 pm (UTC)
well, im a 18 year old egyptian, muslim girl that lives in nyc and feels feminism is the most meaningful escape from the confines of my tradionalist household (tho dont get me wrong, i am religious and i practice islam- yet hey, im also a young woman who wants to live her life). im studying political science and womens studies and i liked the name of this page.
woohyuk_pixels 14th-Oct-2002 11:14 am (UTC)
I'm brand new! I'm Yui, a 20 year old college student from Louisiana. I have a boyfriend who's the greatest ^^ I enjoy video games, computer work, etc. I'm very happy (and proud!) to be a part of this community!
dia7 19th-Oct-2002 11:54 am (UTC)
I've been lurking around here for a lil bit but never formally introduced myself.

I am studying Psychology at a small school in central Florida. My parents, boyfriend and everyone else I know live in Ohio (where I grew up). My high school years were very stressful and complicated. Now, I'm just trying to learn to love and accept myself. :-)

I love the women in here. This was a wonderful idea and it has turned into a beautiful community.
ex_analise765 21st-Oct-2002 02:48 am (UTC)
Hello, I've been reading posts for a little bit and think this is a wonderful community, sooo I made the commitment and joined :)

I am 22-years-old but feel alot younger. My name is Lisa, by the way. But I prefer to be called Analise. I am a university student at a local university (I love in New York), studying psychology. I plan on eventually becoming a social worker or PsyD. Not sure yet (depends on my stamina). I'm a sophomore because I started off as a part-time student, as I suffer from OCD and BPD and live under the umbrella diagnosis of "mood disorder". These things complicate my life greatly and cause many vaginal infections (STRESS!!!).

I have chronic bacterial vaginosis. I tried Depoprovera once (1 shot) and it messed with my moods in a very major way and is now messing with my period in a very major way. Suffice it to say that I will no longer partake in hormonal birth control methods.

I am very open about my sexual health and my vagina but find it difficult to find others like myself who don;t cringe at the word "vagina". My mother is not open about such things and so I have grown up hating my vagina. I'd like to learn to embrace it. It took me a long time to masturbate without feeling guilty, so this community and its openness should be good for me.

I would love to celebrate my vagina with you all!
miss_bessie 24th-Oct-2002 04:03 pm (UTC)
I've been a member here for awhile but have never really said anything. Hopefully, that'll change.
My name is Jen and I'm 19. I live in Arizona with my boyfriend and a cat named Bean. I'm very interested in women's health and issues. I tend to worry a lot about anything and everything, so this place is very good to calm my nerves about certain things.
Thanks for making such a great place for women!
things_aphids me?28th-Oct-2002 05:08 pm (UTC)
just a 21 year old cuntlover who stumbled on in... =)
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