Yoni Egg FAQ


Are Yoni Eggs A Bunch of Baloney?

January 24, 2017 Anna Judd

Recently, Gwenyth Paltrow announced that she would start carrying yoni eggs. An interview posted on Paltrow's lifestyle website, GOOP, and has prompted many questions from the public about yoni eggs. And, while I really resist having to write this, I have been left no other choice. The practice is safe, the practice is extremely effective, and the seemingly metaphysical benefits of the practice can also been explained in terms of psychology. Without further ado, below is the longest FAQ I've ever written. First and foremost, I would like to make one thing clear:I have not gone to medical school, or undergone any formal medical training. The intricacies of the female...

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To String, Or Not To String?

January 24, 2017 Anna Judd

First thing's first.  Practicing without the string does not mean your egg will get stuck, lost, or lodged.  This is impossible. It's not going to get sucked up into some secret passageway and end up in your uterus. It's not going to secure grappling hooks to your cervix and refuse to budge. It will always, always eventually come out. In the beginning (before you have developed your pelvic floor muscles), the egg may be a little stubborn. If this happens, all you have to do is squat and push. Think of a chicken laying an egg. (Sorry for that visual.) If that doesn't work, then laugh really hard,...

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Can You Wear A Yoni Egg While Having Sex?

January 17, 2017 Anna Judd

The answer to this question is another question: How brave are you? Can you have sex with a yoni egg in? Absolutely. Is it enjoyable? For some.Do I promise that it's going to be enjoyable for you? No. Is it going to hurt you? I hope not. I know--that answer doesn't exactly inspire confidence. Lucky for you, I have no qualms about using myself as a guinea pig for these sorts of things, and so I have my first hand experience to share. When I first heard that you could wear your yoni egg while having sex, I was hesitant. Things seemed a little crowded down...

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Yoni Egg FAQ: "How do you clean that little hole?"

January 09, 2017 Anna Judd

Of course I'm talking about yoni eggs. You should always be cleaning your yoni egg before or after you use it. If you aren't cleaning it properly, you risk getting an infection, which can bring your practice to a screeching halt.  To clean the yoni egg, heat up water on the stove until it reaches about the temperature of coffee. (If you have a thermometer, you can use it, and 176 degrees is the perfect temperature). About the temperature of an extra hot latte. Otherwise, just make sure the water is hot BUT not boiling.Put the water into a mug or a...

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Yoni Egg FAQ: "Help! I can't feel my yoni egg! Is my vagina broken?!"

January 02, 2017 Anna Judd

In the beginning, my relationship with yoni eggs was as a rocky one. Ordering the thing was magical, as retail therapy usually is, and I spent the better part of a week obsessively checking the tracking information, writhing in anticipation for the arrival of my new best friend. When the package finally came, I ripped it open, and there she was. A beautiful, shiny, black obsidian yoni egg.  At the time, my understanding of yoni eggs was was limited to a middle-of-the-night YouTube binge that left me with the general impression that yoni eggs had the magical power to instantly transform me into a...

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How To Start A Yoni Egg Practice (When You Have No Idea What You're Doing)

January 02, 2017 Anna Judd

The first moments you have with a new yoni egg can be a little awkward, and it's easy to feel like you are fumbling blindly through your maiden voyage across the Yoni Sea. You're not alone. Follow these steps to gain a better understanding of the practice and your anatomy. 1. MAKE IT SPECIAL This practice is for you. Make it count. What you put into the yoni egg practice is what you will get out of it. You get to decide your own level of involvement, set your own pace, blaze your own trail. Since this practice is about learning how to appreciate your sexuality...

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