>Many thanks to frogger for directing me to Va j-j Visor:
My life was seriously lacking without this valuable piece of plastic, which is designed to "protect all of those tender and sensitive parts that you don't want exposed during various methods of hair removal." Or naked tanning. Or pubic hair dying. Not only is the plastic cup stylish and eco-friendly ("your body's natural muscular tension holds it effortlessly in place.* It is also hypoallergenic, disposable and recyclable."), but it's doctor recommended! Er, sort of:

A well-respected gynecologist in Tacoma, Washington assisted us in the development of the Va j-j Visor. He answered pertinent questions, gave expert input and opinions, and found that the Va j-j Visor offered a great fit and would help in protecting the inner vulva area during its various uses.

I love when the people who help develop a product don't share their names because perhaps they might be a little less "well-respected" as a result.

Anyway, I don't know how I've managed to go on all these years without a special vagina visor, but please, do not use the Va jj Visor to try on bathing suits without underwear, as the website touts as a potential use for this versatile product. Your delicate flower and its potential seeping nectar may be covered, I still don't want your naked ass all over something that I am potentially going to purchase.

Dear fellow humans, why must you vex me so with your creativity?

*"To create a more powerful seal, spread personal lubricant around the upper inside of the Va j-j Visor. Saliva can also be used in what we like to call the 'lick it and stick it' method."

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