I couldn't believe my eyes when I first read this report. I thought it was some sort of belated April Fool joke - but no, it's apparently real.
Women are being warned against trying a bizarre new trend that suggests using ground-up wasp nests to tighten and rejuvenate their vaginas.
Some online retailers have been selling oak galls, which are nests that house wasp eggs before they hatch, and touting them as a natural way of cleaning female genitals.
The product reportedly is crushed into a paste and applied topically, with one listing on Etsy, which has now been removed, claiming it can improve a woman’s sex life.
They are also being advertised as helping to “heal episiotomy cuts, rejuvenate the uterine wall and clean out the vagina” after childbirth, though there are warnings that it can “burn” when applied.
Now, gynecologist Jen Gunter is warning women not to get sucked in by the new trend after branding it “dangerous”.
There's more at the link.
All I can say is, guys, if your partner starts using this stuff, I suggest you take up voluntary celibacy forthwith. It'll be safer. Much safer.
Also, how the heck do you clean up after using this stuff? With Raid, perhaps?
Verily, the mind doth boggle . . .