We aim for the right vagina” is not something you’d expect to hear in a loving, monogamous relationship. Particularly when ‘right’ doesn’t refer to ‘correct’, but ‘the opposite of left’.
But Hazel Jones’ sex life is full of things you wouldn’t normally hear, primarily because she was born with two vaginas, located right next to each other.
The condition is called Uterus Didelphys, and the chances of having such a condition are more than one in a million. She didn’t know she had the condition growing up, as it is not as easy to see from the outside as, say, two penises.
Hazel first noticed the condition when she became a teenager and menstruation started, as she effectively had two periods. After asking a friend if she ever had trouble working out “which hole to put it in”, her friend thought she meant her bum.
The embarrassment from that particular exchange led Hazel to keep quiet for the next four or so years, until the condition was brought up by her boyfriend.
Now she says that she manages the condition properly, and that it doesn’t create too many more problems – other than having two periods, of course.
But back to the ‘right’ vagina. The vaginas aren’t exactly the same, with the left one a bit smaller, meaning that she prefers the right. While there was the potential for surgery, she turned it down due to the risks and the intensive post-op procedures, which are similar to a person who has undergone sexual reassignment surgery.
Sex itself is fine now, she says, but due to the septum which separates the two vaginas covering her G-Spot, she has to adopt a different and obvious road to orgasm.
She’s since gone on Reddit, getting the internet to ‘ask her anything’ about the condition. Her boyfriend – who goes by the Reddit name of ‘twicethefun’ – also went online to clarify some of the more ‘laddy’ questions that the internet inevitably had.
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