What Is Your Favorite Word for Vagina?


Guys, do you have a favorite nickname for pussy? Ladies, do you have a favorite nickname for your sweet spot?

As many of you who follow me already know, the internal clitoris is much more subterranean than we once previously thought. How perfect is it then, that Bryony Kimmings used the music to Bob Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues to sing the various nicknames her fellow Brits use for female parts.

Ms. M. Commandment #1: Ladies, your pussy is special; take care of it, keep it up, keep it clean, keep it pristine.

I have a sweet, beautiful, CLEAN, little magical slit between my legs. It would never be called seafood salad, fish taco, lamb shank, or tuna. But some of the terms I do enjoy in this song are pleasure mound, vertical smile, cunt cake, hot box, velvet sausage wallet, money maker, and pleasure dome.

What are your favorite nicknames for that glorious place between a woman’s legs?


P.S. The song doesn’t actually start until around :40

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  3. Ed Smith August 19, 2013 at 11:25 am #

    I just now read your article, Internal Clitoris” and enjoyed it immensely. I’m a big fan of the clit. However, given your obvious comfort in writing so freely about such matters, I’m somewhat surprised and disappointed by your use of the word “vagina” in the title of this article.

    The use of the word “vagina” to denote the female genitalia is not only anatomically incorrect, it is the perfect symbol of how screwed up (pun intended) American sexual culture is. How ironic that Eve Ensler got the title of her supposedly candid and liberating “Vagina Monologues” so wrong.

    Anatomically speaking, the female “genitals” includes the vulva, mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, and clitoris … but not the vagina. So, calling a woman’s genitals a vagina is incorrect anatomical nomenclature. It’s like calling the throat the mouth.

    But what are we non-anatomists supposed to say then? What is the one word that is socially acceptable, and PC to call “it” (i.e., those collective anatomical parts)? No one in the bedroom wants to say, nor hear, “Oh baby, I love your sweet genitals” or “Pound my genitals, big daddy!”

    There are many socially-unacceptable, “dirty” words to call it … and those words being taboo can make them even more erotic when spoken … or shouted … in the bedroom. Of course we all know the most universally used word for female genitalia in English … and many other languages … is “pussy,” and yet while everyone can freely and comfortably say the word “pussycat,” few dare say “pussy” in public.

    Personally I think “pussy” is a very beautiful word … and thing … and in olden England it was socially-accepted to use. Even if I didn’t know what it meant, I’d still enjoy how it sounds and rolls off the lips (pun intended again).

    I find that many women like and say pussy in the bedroom, but will not say it elsewhere. And with all due respect to my lesbian sisters, I find it ironic (hypocritical?) that they will freely say it with their sisters but will chastise men who use the word. Given past gender history, I understand why. Maybe it like African American’s being able to say “nigger” but us white folk dare not (at least not in front of blacks).

    But let’s get over this bull shit and let the word itself help liberate us all by using it freely… kinda like when we hippies called ourself “freaks,” which completely disarmed the negative power of that word when straight people used it against us.

    Anyway … hope I didn’t offend any one here … definitely not my intention. I’m just speaking my piece (not a typo).

    • melodiousmsm September 6, 2013 at 6:49 pm #

      Absolutely agree with what you’re saying. Yes you are correct! Just to point out, I simply used the title of a poem a girl read as the title of the post, and went with the referenced title of the poem from there. The female reproductive system is under siege in America, which is obvious. A young girl wrote a poem and read it in a political forum, and, as you mentioned, had she said, “If My Genitals Were A Gun” it would not have made as big of an impact. The mental imagery that comes from thinking of bullets shooting from a vagina like a gun, fighting back at those attacking our bodies, makes a stronger impression than the mental imagery of genitals. I do appreciate your commentary! Cheers!

  4. pixi August 19, 2013 at 6:19 pm #

    great song.. have you heard this other one? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgEXRKIZRvc

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