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11.11.2020 15:44

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Die New York Post beklagt: Millions of women don’t know where their own vagina is located

Nun spotte ich seit Jahren darüber, dass Frauen vom feministischen Kalibar südpolzentriert sind, weil deren Ereignishorizont auf Armlänge beschränkt ist und Frauen außerdem haptisch orientiert sind, alles anfassen müssen um es „begreifen” (Wortsinn) zu können, und enormes Glück haben, dass die Vagina innerhalb der Armreichweite liegt.

Und nun finden sie nicht mal die?

An estimated ¼ of US women don’t know where their vagina is, according to a new poll conducted by OnePoll, which found that 46% of ladies couldn’t point out the cervix, and 59% suggested a different body part when asked to identify the uterus.

Only one in 10 women passed the anatomy quiz, asking them to name all the parts of a female reproductive diagram.

Intimina, the Swedish women’s health company that commissioned the study, included responses from 2,000 women. A spokesperson said the brand hoped to reveal a critical gap in American education.

“The fact that nearly one in four women in the survey misidentified the vagina and 46% could not correctly identify the cervix shows we need to keep educating the public about how the reproductive system, its monthly processes and hormonal changes can impact a woman’s life,” said Danela Žagar, Intimina’s global brand manager, in a blog post on the website.

Ah, da ist ja die Originalquelle: 25% of Women Can’t correctly Identify Vagina (Infographic)

A new poll of 2,000 women found that one in ten were unable to correctly identify a diagram of a woman’s reproductive system.

The survey examined their anatomical knowledge of the women’s reproductive system and found there are some major gaps when it comes to what women know about their own bodies.

Nearly one in four misidentified the vagina and 46% could not properly identify the cervix.

Over half (59%) identified the uterus as a different body part too.

The survey commissioned by INTIMINA and conducted by OnePoll asked respondents what the menstrual cycle was in their own words and the results varied wildly.

One respondent wrote the menstrual cycle “got rid of bacteria” while another called it a “periodical body reset button.”

Another woman said “I think the way we pee” and another thought it was the “detoxification of [the] female body.”

When respondents were presented with different potential definitions of the menstrual cycle, almost a quarter chose the incorrect response “the process a women’s body goes through to shed excess blood.”

Sixty-three percent were able to correctly identify the menstrual cycle as “the monthly changes a woman’s body goes through in preparation for a possible pregnancy.”

Beyond the menstrual cycle, women seemed equally confused by menopause. One in ten thought menopause simply meant a woman had entered her 40s and 13% thought it was a woman skipping a menstrual cycle.

Nearly two in five (38%) want to get the facts on menopause and perimenopause and that’s the only thing women think they should know more about.

Fifty-seven percent of the women surveyed admitted they don’t know as much about women’s anatomy as they should.

Wie, bitte!?

Die wissen nicht, was ein Uterus und was Menstruation ist? Bakterienausstoß? Der Körper entledigt sich überflüssiger Blutvorräte?

Ich kann mich erinnern, dass sich Frauen jahrelang darüber aufregten und lustig machten, dass Männer nicht immer die Klitoris fänden. Und zu wenige bei der Suche mach dem G-Punkt erfolgreich seien. Und nun stellt sich heraus, dass verblüffend viele Frauen das ganze Ding nicht finden?

Sich nicht mal innerhalb des Radiuses der eigenen Armlänge auskennen, Landkarten aber auch nicht lesen können?

Die Sorte Mensch, die bei Nebel schon in der Badewanne ertrinkt, weil sie das Ufer nicht mehr finden?

Tja, Leute, die Lösung für das Problem wäre recht einfach, aber die haben sie gerade abgewählt: Grab her by the pussy. Einfach den Weg weisen. Wäre mir nämlich von Männern nicht bekannt, dass sie die wenigstens im Großen und Ganzen nicht finden.