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pigboat
31st Jan 2015, 02:42
nether regions. (http://video.theloop.ca/entertainment/watch/Gwyneth-suggests-ladies-steam-their-nether-regions-world-goes-nuts/4020810784001#.VMxOQ010zq7)

galaxy flyer
31st Jan 2015, 03:12
Keeps the invasive species at bay!

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pigboat
31st Jan 2015, 03:36
Bet it looks like a plucked chicken.

rh200
31st Jan 2015, 04:19
Don't know about steam cleaning it, but I volunteer to pressure clean it for her:E.

West Coast
31st Jan 2015, 06:35
Steam cleaning seems pretty mild compared to bleaching ones O-ring.


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probes
31st Jan 2015, 07:00
isn't it interesting that there has been no enthusiasm whatsoever about working out brain boost surgeries.

bnt
31st Jan 2015, 08:51
Bad move, lady (http://www.people.com/article/gwyneth-paltrow-vagina-advice):

In a detailed post to her blog, Dr. Gunter warns, “Steam is probably not good for your vagina. Herbal steam is no better and quite possibly worse.”
She explains, “Mugwort or wormwood or whatever when steamed, either vaginally or on the vulva, can’t possibly balance any reproductive hormones, regulate your menstrual cycle, treat depression, or cure infertility.”
Dr. Gunter also takes issue with Paltrow’s claims that the steam “cleanses your uterus.” She writes “Steam isn’t going to get into your uterus from your vagina unless you are using an attachment with some kind of pressure and MOST DEFINITELY NEVER EVER DO THAT.”

Takan Inchovit
31st Jan 2015, 09:19
Does the steamer have a 'vibrate' selection? :\

RedhillPhil
31st Jan 2015, 10:36
There's a sort of invisible point where the input of money cancels out the output of common sense. Ms. Paltrow has gone we-ay beyond that point.
Any medico will tell you that the ears, nose, eyes and ladies garden are self-cleaning.

Worrals in the wilds
31st Jan 2015, 11:00
Any medico will tell you that the ears, nose, eyes and ladies garden are self-cleaning. I'd take health advice from Philip Morris before I listened to Paltrow's words of 'wisdom' :bored:. She's touted more quack cures than Oprah Winfrey. :ugh: