Is it normal to queef during sex?

by Adult Match Maker - 16 June 2015 - 3 Member Comments
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Q: I’ve recently started seeing a new guy and we’re having a lot of sex, which is great. But I’m also queefing fairly regularly and I can’t make it stop. Is that normal?

First off, for those of you who don’t know, queefing is when a woman gets air trapped in vagina, which is then released. As for whether it’s normal?

It’s as normal as O faces, the sound of skin slapping against skin and those tense moments when you can’t get a jeans button undone or a bra latch unhooked. 

Just like all of those things, it’s a totally normal (if a bit awkward) part of sex. A comedian even once joked that in some countries, queefing is considered a compliment - just as in some cultures, a burp after a good meal is considered a sign of respect for the chef. 

(Ladies, feel free to use that line if you feel uncomfortable next time your vagina makes itself heard in the bedroom). 

Why do we queef?

With so much going on down there, you can easily trap a bubble of air inside your vagina during sex. When you stretch out a little, add moisture, and think about all the curves and folds in there, it’s an incredibly common occurrence.

Then a penis comes along and moves that pocket of air around, and before you know it, the pocket of air escapes. That’s literally all it is. 

Even though it can sound like a fart, farts are the result of bacteria from your gut. A queef is just a bit of air. 

It can happen at any time during sex, in any position, and to any woman. There’s no way of stopping it or knowing when it’s going to happen. 

Why you really shouldn’t care 

Ladies, ask yourself this question: Has a man ever stopped after you’ve queefed and refused to go on? Has he really been so disgusted that he lost his erection? Our guess is no (if the answer was yes, then that guy probably doesn’t deserve a second go). 

In most circumstances, the guy will be stoked to be in bed - or on the kitchen counter/floor/in the shower - with a beautiful woman. A naked beautiful woman, at that. He’s not going to care about something as trivial as a little queefing. 

Plus, these guys (and pretty much everyone on earth) spend plenty of time releasing gas from their bodies in ways that are much more offensive to the senses, so why should you pay it a second thought? Laugh it off, ignore it, tell him that’s your vagina’s way of appreciating a good shag, or distract him by some other sexy means - we’re sure you’ll think of something.

Here’s another question to consider: Would you rather have sex and queef, or have no sex and no queef? 

We think we might know the answer to that one too. What matters is to remember that question when this situation arises. The reason why you are queefing is because you’re in the moment, having an incredibly sexual experience and it’s a hell of a lot of fun - and that’s all you should be thinking of. 

So our advice? Hakuna matata your queefs, ladies (it means no worries), and remember what really matters. 

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  1. ustwo4u69

    More than a month ago
    I think it's a crack up, is all just a part of the fun of getting into it and enjoying yourself. Nothing wrong with a fanny fart!!!! You just keep going laughing it off. I take it as a compliment of getting my manhood right in where it needs to be
  2. xanderking

    More than a month ago
    Who cares? During sex anything goes. There should be no embarrassment for anyone. Queefing is just another noise, love it all!

    DaftVader41

    More than a month ago
    It's all shits and giggles ;).... until someone giggles and shits :/

    :p

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