I have a friend who recently purchased Passion Dust, an insertable capsule that promises to “sparkalize” the vagina.
She said she was going to use it before having sex with her boyfriend without telling him, which her other mutual friends and I found hilarious.
The thought of a glitter bombed vagina was just too much for us.
A photo of the instructions reads “Using your index finger, insert capsule into your vagina. The capsule will dissolve on its own and release the Passion Dust.”
…Seems simple enough.
Except today I woke up to an article warning of the dangers of the glittery orgasm pill my friend had ordered a sample of.
Gynecologists are warning women that the pill can throw off their PH balance and has the potential to cause vaginosis.
I told her this but I have a feeling she’ll still use it (kind of hard to resist).
“Any gynaecologist would tell you that NOTHING should go in your vagina!” the manufacturer, Pretty Woman Inc., warns. “If you’ve ever had vaginal issues you had them before you used Passion Dust anyway. If you’ve ever had a yeast infection I’m sure it wasn’t caused by glitter, it just happens sometimes.”
Zing. If you’re a dirty b*tch, it’s not their fault, it’s yours. Not sure if that’s going to hold up in the case of an actual lawsuit, but that’s about the amount of sass I’d expect from a company that aims to light up your cervix like EDC.