1:26 pm - 04/30/2012

Mariah Carey and the cameltoe of all cameltoes

Mariah Carey performing the season closing concert at Ischgl Ski Resort in Austria today.  Ummm . . . wow?

+23 more pics at the source

+23 more pics at the source

poetic_daze 30th-Apr-2012 08:39 pm (UTC)
also to produce such a deep amount of 'toe she must have an impressivly fatt pussy...
jeugd1 30th-Apr-2012 09:14 pm (UTC)
jbants 30th-Apr-2012 09:14 pm (UTC)
shit happens after you spit a kid outta there.
sassi214 30th-Apr-2012 09:50 pm (UTC)
No, no. Your labia does not change when you deliver children via vag.

Nor does your vag, tbh.
jbants 30th-Apr-2012 10:07 pm (UTC)
Hmm. Please consult my vagina that has delivered two children from it then, tbh.
sassi214 30th-Apr-2012 10:12 pm (UTC)
Well I suppose I should have said, "most vaginas"...

The changing (and/or widening/loosing) of the vagina post vaginal delivery is mostly a myth perpetrating by ignoramuses. Basically.

But YMMV. And well, YVMV.

jbants 30th-Apr-2012 10:20 pm (UTC)
...exactly. Every vagina is different. And I'm sorry but, I took enough anatomy & physiology classes in college where my major was Child Development, that yeah, s2s, your vagina DOES and WILL change after shoving an 8 lb human being out of it. Period. I sure as shit know mine has changed after having it stitched with 23 stitches after a 3rd degree tear after delivering my daughter. I can only imagine twins would be worse.

People who have never given birth/been pregnant should prob not have many opinions on the subject.
jbants 30th-Apr-2012 10:25 pm (UTC)
I realize it seemed as though I was implying you don't have kids so you shouldn't have an opinion. I meant the ignoramuses you mentioned in the prior comment. Just to clarify! :)

Edited at 2012-04-30 10:26 pm (UTC)
theconsortiumxf 30th-Apr-2012 11:12 pm (UTC)
Thanks for reaffirming my decision to never have children.
sassi214 1st-May-2012 12:28 am (UTC)

I have vaginally delivered two of my own children.

So there's that.

sassi214 1st-May-2012 12:35 am (UTC)
"shit happens after you spit a kid outta there."

I was really responding to this comment. And while I absolutely understand that you are speaking from personal experience, so am I.
And lots of other women I know haven't changed either.

Episiotomies and tears happen sure, but good stitching takes care of that. And that's just the inner labia, not the vulva or even the vagina.
The vagina is a muscle that expands and contracts. It can and does spring back into shape following intercourse and yes childbirth. Even if the walls of the vagina weaken after childbirth they can still "tighten up" through kegel exercises. So the idea that post birth women are walking around with giant loose vaginas and labias is ridiculous and insulting.


clubland 30th-Apr-2012 11:36 pm (UTC)
Uh, yeah it can
jbants 30th-Apr-2012 11:45 pm (UTC)
Right? In what world does shoving a human being the size of a watermelon out of an orifice the size of a pea NOT change the form/shape/size of that orifice...? idgi
sassi214 1st-May-2012 12:31 am (UTC)
It doesn't always change it.

I am truly bothered and annoyed by the plethora of comments that ONTD seems to contain regarding women's bodies. And how women's bodies are somehow loose and ruined after vaginal childbirth. It is nothing short of ignorant.

Sure a body can change, but it doesn't always. And I don't even think it's the norm. Vaginally speaking of course.

jbants 1st-May-2012 12:45 am (UTC)
Alright, again, not only speaking from personal experience, but having learned much about it in college, a woman's body changes IMMENSELY after child birth. Your vagina may not have. Awesome, congrats. Sincerely. But no one ever claimed having a baby automatically made your vagina 'loose' or 'ruined'. Far from it. But it DOES change, and to say it doesn't just because yours didn't, is what is ignorant and insulting.

Honestly, if you think it's the norm for someone's vagina to not change after shoving a child out of it, then you should've read What to Expect When You're Expecting a little closer.


If you give birth vaginally, your vagina will probably remain a little larger than it was before.


Your vagina will probably not return completely to its pre-birth shape

I typically wouldn't put this much effort into a comment on ONTD but, being you've had two children yourself, maybe you're the one that needs to be educated on that YOUR body doesn't set the standard for what is TYPICAL.
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