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Episode Info: Support us and More Banana Podcasts! In this episode, Jessy and Rebekah talk to the Founder and CEO of The Bloomi, Latinx Sexologist Rebecca Alvarez Story! 02:00: Jessy’s video about wet vaginas!04:30: Here’s an interview with The Real Capitalist!06:00: This is an article re: the lack of regulation around “female hygiene products.” It notes “because the FDA classifies menstrual products like tampons and pads as medical devices, there’s currently no legal requirement for manufacturers to disclose the ingredients used in these products. As a result, women rarely have access to a full list of ingredients.” Here’s a bill put forward by Rep Grace Meng (D-NY)  called The Menstrual Hygiene Product Right to Know Act of 2017 (HR 2416) which requires menstrual hygiene products classified as medical devices have their ingredients listed on the packaging. 11:45: The Bloomi’s blog 14:00: We actually didn’t know what a “pain point” was but then we read this blog post 26:30: Goop. 27:30: As for the yoni (jade) egg. As of now, there isn’t enough science to back up claims about the effectiveness of jade eggs for your sex life or as a way to strengthen your pelvic floor. Definitely don’t put anything in your vagina that you haven’t cleaned properly because it can increase risks of vaginosis.32:00: Here is  the Kinsey Institute.33:00: The Bloomi blog. US!Email: welcometomyvagina@gmail.comInstagram: @welcometomyvaginaTwitter: @welcometomyvagJessy’s YouTube videos! Welcome to My Vagina HQRebekah’s blog!Our producer Cait and all the other projects by morebanana_
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