Vaginal practices: eroticism and implications for women's health and condom use in Mozambique

@article{Bagnol2008VaginalPE,
  title={Vaginal practices: eroticism and implications for women's health and condom use in Mozambique},
  author={B. Bagnol and E. Mariano},
  journal={Culture, Health \& Sexuality},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={573 - 585}
}
This paper analyses two female sexual practices in Tete Province, Mozambique: (1) the practice of elongating the labia minora and (2) what is sometimes called ‘dry sex’ involving the insertion of natural and/or synthetic products into the vagina or the ingestion of these products orally. These practices are fundamental to the construction of female identity, eroticism and the experience of pleasure. Notions such as ‘closed/open’, ‘dry/damp’, ‘hot/cold’, ‘heavy/light’, ‘life/death’, ‘wealth… Expand
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