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New Incel Theory: Women don’t use “pussy mouthwash” because “letting Chad’s load rot in there is a huge turn on”

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By David Futrelle

It’s Friday! So let me just ruin your weekend in advance by making you read this horrible thing from the Incels.me forum containing the phrase “pussy mouthwash.”

[Hypocrisy] Why do women think they dont EVER have to wash their pussy Thread starterTotal Imbecile Start dateToday at 1:30 AM Total Imbecile Total Imbecile Legend - JoinedDec 19, 2017 Messages3,917 Today at 1:30 AM#1 The most common arguments I hear are "muh pH, and "muh bacterial culture" but that same argument could apply to your mouth yet all of us brush their teeth at least once a day Im baffled that there doesnt exist at least some sort of pussy mouthwash whose pHd matches that of a cunt and that doesnt kill "the good bacteria" Tbh I wouldnt be surprised if the truth is that women dont wanna wash their cunt because letting Chads load sit in there and rot is a huge turn on for them

Because WHAT is “huge turn on for them?”

Amazingly, the discussion that followed this, er, problematic series of assertions somehow managed to get even worse.

While a few bold incels dared to point out that women do in fact wash their vaginas, and that “pussy mouthwash” does exist in the form of douches and other “intimate hygiene” products that actually make things worse, and while one even admitted that he didn’t actually have any understanding of vaginas (” I don’t think I can even imagine what a pussy is at this point”), most commenters in the thread agreed that 1) women are gross and 2) vaginas are gross, even at a distance, with one alleged vaginal odor expert reporting that “I could smell their stank pussies when they wore skirts in school,” describing the smell as a mixture of “fish and cheese.”

There was widespread agreement that once a Chad ejaculates into a vagina his semen will remain trapped there for as long as five years, making cunnilingus something akin to a suicide mission.

As one commenter put it:

I always have the urge to throw up whenever I think about the possibility of some other man’s semen being inside of a woman whenever I might have the opportunity to go down on her. That is SO gross and nasty. Seriously, it DOES stay in there until her period rolls around, which is variable.

Another commenter declared that only

legit cucks would eat out a non virgin foid
(if she isn’t a virgin then that shit need to be power cleaned for any mouth to go near it and even then its iffy)

I’m sure that all of these fellows’ balls smell like fresh flowers.

And with that thought in mind, here are a bunch of vintage “feminine hygiene” ads I ran across while looking for a graphic for this post. Click on the pics for larger versions. Enjoy!

And here’s the full ad I clipped the header image from:

H/T — Big thanks to Twitter’s @Justincelthings, an incel-tracking ‘n’ mocking account that tweeted about this horrible discussion earlier today (and from whom I stole the screenshot of Total Imbecile’s post). If you’re on Twitter you owe it to yourself to follow this highly useful if at times horrifying account.

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Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
2 years ago

@Dazed and confused

My ex flat mate was using femanin oder products when I lived with her 4 years ago

Back when I was 16, I used “feminine deodorant spray.” I gave it up when it became clear that it was irritating me in a very sensitive area. Worst-case scenario — even though I did smell like flowers where you might not think I would.

It was Jerry della Femina’s (this guy is said to have inspired Madmen) ad agency who handled the Feminique feminine deodorant spray account. Even at 16 I was amused.

https://books.google.com/books?id=g19oKQEXkxMC&pg=PA104&lpg=PA104&dq=jerry+della+femina+fds&source=bl&ots=_UDE1YDfsM&sig=yDTDTAtnrhcZ5Zf-iU8cNa1RqjI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiKpuW8tb7dAhVIGZAKHeUyD2AQ6AEwF3oECAgQAQ#v=onepage&q=jerry%20della%20femina%20fds&f=false

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meanie
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meanie
2 years ago

This may sound like a dumb question, but why was Lysol officially marketed as a douche? I mean, I can see the idea of a floor cleaner being held up as a miracle spermicide via Urban Legends similar to how UL claims WD-40 is a cure for aching human joints, but why did the makers of Lysol go ahead and make that idea official?

Why not slap that brand name over a totally different – and safer – concoction that wasn’t floor cleaner and sell that as their douche? At least that way they could give it a different scent that might be far more enticing to men than something that says ‘freshly scrubbed floors here.’ Or did the Lysol makers and advertisers genuinely believe that Freshly Scrubbed Floor Scent was the ultimate turn-on for the average guy?

Leaving aside the health questions of using Lysol as a douche (plus how many women really did use this floor cleaner like that), what were these guys thinking?!?! Or were they…?

Ivory Bill Woodpecker
Ivory Bill Woodpecker
2 years ago

“Dear” incels:

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Catalpa
Catalpa
2 years ago

@Redsilkphoenix

I’m not 100% sure about this, but I believe that Lysol was actually originally a douche product, and was only repurposed as a cleaning agent afterwards. So it wasn’t “Hey this thing cleans floors great, I bet it works on vaginas too!”, it was “Hey this is a highly caustic substance that we’ve been encouraging women to put in their bodies; it probably works for cleaning other objects too!”

Lizzie
Lizzie
2 years ago

The Mother Jones site discusses it as a purported contraceptive, with the adverts being a ‘nod to the wise’ of a way to avoid pregnancy. If douching actually did that, how different the world might be!

https://www.motherjones.com/media/2012/03/when-women-used-lysol-birth-control/

Lizzie
Lizzie
2 years ago

Charlotte Perkins Gilman wrote stories about the dangers to women of men returning from war with sexual diseases which threatened their reproductive health, and which could not be discussed or referred to. Douches would have been seen as a (sadly ineffective) protection against these diseases too.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
2 years ago

@Lizzie

And then there was Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), American missionary and novelist who won the Nobel Prize in Literature (1938). She tirelessly promoted the adoption of mixed-race children fathered by US service members who left their kids behind in countries hostile to those children.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearl_S._Buck

Shadowplay
2 years ago

@Redsilkphoenix @Catalpa

I’m pretty sure it were the other way around. Lysol were invented in 1890, and weren’t pushed as a feminine hygiene product until the late 20s (It coincided with some doctor pushing for an internal lysol wash during childbirth, to reduce puerperal fever.) Seems like the usual “too much product, not enough market, so invent some new ones” thing. Still – gives me the cringes, and I don’t have a vagina!

Side note on dodgy medicine, courtesy of my grandfather – During WW1 when the troops went to a brothel, they were encouraged to wash with permanganate solution. Before, not after sex.
That’s gotta burn both partners!

Dormousing_it
Dormousing_it
2 years ago

@Dazed and confused:

Was this in the US? Because, in the drugstores I go to, there’s very little in the way of feminine hygiene products for sale, except for pads and tampons. Like I said, I ‘m not looking for them, though.

I’ve never douched, and I’ve never seen any reason to, either.

Catalpa
Catalpa
2 years ago

@Shadowplay

Ah, right you are. Oops. That oughta learn me to Google some spurious claim I heard somewhere before repeating it.

Richard Smith
Richard Smith
2 years ago

@Shadowplay

I initially misread that as “pomegranate,” and now wonder if anybody at the time was similarly confused.

Shadowplay
2 years ago

It’d certainly be less irritating (and frightening – imagine the response of some poor innocent lad from the hills when he notices his dick is now stained dark brown after going to the brothel!)