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Natural Vaginal Lubrication Videos

There’s a misconception about female wetness that I want to straighten out.

And it’s important.

Because not knowing how to handle this could lead to lots of pain during sex.

Vaginal wetness isn’t an indicator of arousal.

A woman can be wet, yet not aroused. She can also be dry, yet turned on.

So what’s the problem?

The women who don’t experience vaginal wetness and lubrication on arousal will have a rough and painful time during sex.

And nobody wants that!

That’s why I’m giving you some of my best videos on YouTube about Vaginal Wetness, Lubrication, Dryness, Anatomy, and more.

Click Here To Watch My YouTube Videos ⇐ Vaginal Dryness/Wetness Playlist


In these videos, I teamed up with two beautiful doctors, Dr. Jessica Drummond and Dr. Jolene Brighton.

Here are some of the wonderful things you’ll discover:

  • Vaginal Dryness: What causes it, and what you can do about it
  • Vaginal Wetness: How to increase vaginal vitality, how to promote vaginal lubrication
  • Vaginal Dryness & Yeast Infections: What happens to the vagina when the woman takes birth control, how to prevent them, and what to do when you have them
  • Clitoral Anatomy
  • Parts Of The Vagina

More videos are going to be added in the near future. So if you’re experiencing vaginal dryness, or if you’re with a woman who does, you may want to watch these videos and save the playlist.

Here’s Where To Watch My Videos ⇐ Vaginal Dryness/Wetness Playlist

I also want to give you on my most read and shared articles, entitled…

“Which Lube Goes Where?”

In the article, you’ll discover different kinds of natural lubrication. You have to think about the woman’s vaginal canal and vulva just like you think about your mouth.

You don’t want to use lube that have any nasty chemicals in them. I also give you lots of alternatives you can try out.

Which Lube Goes Where? ⇐ Link Is In The Video Description

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The links I mention in the video can be found under the video. Click “SHOW MORE” on the left on your computer. Or click the little TRIANGLE on the right on your phone and it will expand to show the links and transcript.  

Which Lube Goes Where?  ⇐ Link is In The Description Below The Video

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