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The issues we don't want to talk about.

Updated on April 3, 2010

I don't talk about stuff like that.

So, we all deal with weird, disgusting or embarrassing things about our bodies that we may find uncomfortable to talk about. But most of these things happens to everyone. Recently, I don't remember how I came up with this thought, I Goggled "wiping while standing vs. wiping while sitting on the toilet". Weird right. But this is one of those things that no one really talks about. It's personal but people think about it because I found quite a few blogs on the topic with some interesting answers. And then what about female issues. As females we all have some issue or another that we at one time or another deal with. Smelly problems, discharge problems and probably a whole range of other things that no one wants to discuss openly. Yes, it can be embarrassing. So like me, I am sure that others go on to their computers and research what they are dealing with in their private homes. Which is a good thing because if we can't openly discuss certain things at least there is a way to learn more, get other people's story and realize that we are not the only one who has had this or that issue. I am personally truley thankful for Google for helping me see that I am not the only one with random thoughts that I want answered. I heart google and people facing the tough issues of embarrassing health issues.


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    • silverempiress profile image

      silverempiress 5 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Exactly. There are times when it is way easier and less embarressing to find an answer online.

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      JP Carlos 5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      Whether it's curiosity or plain weirdness, people ask and search for taboo topics. What's even amazing is that there are articles written about it. I've seen discussions about offensive topics but when I read the posts, these were people looking for real answers. I guess that's another advantage of the internet. You can talk to people about sensitive issues without having to reveal your identity.