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Women Get Blue Balls, Too

It’s called “blue vulva” and it’s just as uncomfortable.

Photo by Maria Verkhoturtseva.

Most people have heard of the term blue balls — the painful condition when men become aroused but don’t experience a sexual release. “Blue balls” happen because, during arousal, the vessels in the penis and testicles become filled with blood, creating an erection. Upon orgasm, this blood is released and allowed to return to…

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Emme Witt

Sex writer. Soccer mom. Part-time dominatrix. Treat me to a coffee: ko-fi.com/mysteriouswitt

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