Box Set

The life and musings of a single girl with two vaginas.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Let's Get This Out of The Way: Frequently Asked Questions

Like any misunderstood person ought to, I am providing you with a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s).

Q: Why are you providing me with a list of FAQs?

I figure I'd get it over with since everyone seems to have the same questions (further proving that the majority of the human race is comprised of total idiots). Plus, it sort of gets everyone on the same page, gives them a certain background as to who I am, what I've been through, and why I'm doing this. Besides, everyone likes a good list now and again.

Q: Can you have sex with two people at one time?

Yes, although getting in a comfortable position would be somewhat difficult. In less amazing news, you too can have sex with two people at one time.

Q: What position might that be?

I’m sure there are many positions, but I assume the most convenient would be for me to be sandwiched between two males. One on bottom; one from behind. One penetrates as the other pulls out, much like a see-saw.

Q: Do you do this a lot?

Actually, I’ve never done it. That's not saying that I will. Or, conversely, that I wouldn't.

Q: If you had your choice, would you opt to have only one?

Yes. It wasn't really an issue for me until I started dating - every man I've wanted to get serious with runs for the door upon learning about my double V. It's a dealbreaker - even the kinky ones can't seem to cope. Therefore, I haven't had a serious relationship, never been in love, and have had far less sex than you would expect of someone my age.

Q: Does this ever freak men out?

See above.

Q: Can you "seal" one of your vaginas up?

No, there’s just one hole, but internally, it splits into two vaginal canals with a septum between them. It sounds less embarrassing than it is, but trust me...

Q: How long do you usually wait to tell a man that you're dating?

In the past, I've waited for the man to question my genital make-up. Upon questioning, I always spill the beans. The reason for this is that if he's down there "exploring," chances are he's in good spirits. But I changed my tune when my last boyfriend bailed. This rejection caused me to feel symptoms similar to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and caused me to seek therapy. I just can't seem to get past it at this point. My fear of rejection is manifested in extreme insecurity when I find myself falling for someone. In non-dating scenarios, I'm quite confident.

Q: So, if you want to keep it under wraps, why did you start a blog about it?

You might have noticed that this blog is anonymous. Clearly I'm not revealing my identity. In any event, the blog is supposed to be "therapeutic", or so says my therapist.

Q: Would you ever consider becoming a lesbian?

I find this question to be stupid. Would a man with two penises have to be gay? I don't see why a lesbian would be more interested in my twin cooches than a man would. That being said, if men keep running scared, I might just have to train myself to like women.

Q: Are you single?

Why, yes, I am. Thanks for asking.

Further questions can be addressed to me at


  • At 6:11 PM, Blogger Lyss said…

    I don't understand why people, especially men, seem so repulsed by this.

  • At 6:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Right. As I understand it, from outward appearances, everything looks normal. As a man, I don't think I'd get especially freaked out about this.

  • At 10:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Being frightened by something like that is stupid, but i guess many men really are scared of something that's different from their frames of mind.
    interesting FAQ and thank you for sharing

  • At 7:06 AM, Blogger Bob said…

    While unusual, I don't understand what it is about a didelphic uterus that would send men running - away. I am tempted to apologize for the male morons out there except that in setting the precedent of apologizing for the male gender I would wind up doing so for the rest of my days.

  • At 1:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Don't know if your site is still active or not, but you should not let others make you feel uncomfortable about yourself because of your anatomy. The risk is all yours because of two aspects of intimacy whereby you give your body to a person to share sex, but also you are revealing a medical uniqueness. I give you nothing but praise for doing so. If a person cannot accept or handle that, then shame on him. It may be difficult for you to find someone that will not look at you any differently than someone else with a permanent and visible abnormality such as an underdeveloped arm or leg and just accept it as such. We find too much in society to "discriminate" against, or run away from, so hold your head up and don't dare compromise who you are because of what you have

  • At 4:44 PM, Blogger K77 said…

    Have you considered having the vaginal septum resected? And further diagnostic testing to confirm whether or not you do indeed have UD, SU (septate uterus) presents similarly and misdiagnosis is unfortunately common.

  • At 1:33 PM, Blogger BillieBrawliday#60 said…

    I'm so thrilled to find your blog! I was actually diagnosed with a septate vagina this morning, in fact (though I sort figured something was up during the past year). I have more of a "primary" and "secondary" layout, so it hasn't really caused much of a fuss on the whole screwing scene, but it's nice to know there are more double Vs out there.
    My ultrasound is tomorrow to find out if I'm totally didelphic...wish me luck, guys!

  • At 11:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hi. Was reading about this in anatomy just now and i thought I'd look it up on the Internet. It's not too bad. I can't say I would "run for the hills" if I met a girl with a "double V". People are different, that's all. We can still enjoy each other, cant we?

    Good luck on your way,

    -male 23

  • At 10:18 AM, Blogger - nysp - said…

    It's great to read your blog and know that there are others out there like me.
    I have two vagina's, two cervix's and two uteruses.
    I'm only 17 and I found it out when I was about 14 or 15. Doesn't really affect me much though.
    I'm quite open with it, usually, and the reactions are always the same. "Oh COOL!" or, "Yeah Right."
    I love the way I am down there and wouldn't change a thing. I don't get why so many people expect me to get reconstructive surgery. Whats wrong with being different!?
    A couple of years back, I couldn't find anything online about this condition but now I do, and I'm really glad. Even a blog, haha! Keep it up. I'll be checking back.

  • At 4:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Just wanted to say i find your condition fascinating. I have read on a variant of the double vagina condition whereas in there is a full seperation from the cervix in one of the canals, as to provide a effective contraception, not 100% effective of course but much more than normal unprotected intercourse, maybe one day through genetic engineering a symptomless variant of this will be spliced into the DNA of all woman...

  • At 1:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I have this also, and have NEVER told a guy about it and have never had a problem, other than men saying I'm nice and tight! You are creating your own problem with the telling. Just shut up and do it! haha


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