Is “Keto Crotch” a thing? The Internet’s gynecologist weighs in

I have never heard of this but it seems to me that there’s always some new BS with which to shame women. FUCK THIS NOISE. Educate yourself already!

Dr. Jen Gunter

Keto Crotch headlines have ricocheted around the Internet.

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Whether this is just a click bait sweet spot of vaginal panic + keto or something more orchestrated (the number of headlines that blossomed in such a short span was truly awe-inspiring) is hard to know. I am not a conspiracy theorist, but seriously it was nuts even by vaginal mayhem standards. Not even the power of winter vagina could do that!

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Before we dive further into Keto Crotch — words I never dreamed I would write — let’s be clear about one thing. The plethora of articles about supposed vaginal odors from food are misogyny (blatant or internalized), represent zero understanding of vaginal physiology, or both. If there were equal number of think pieces devoted to scrotum stank and anus aroma, I’d accept the Internet likes to obsess over intimate places and that false genital panics are an equal opportunity offense.

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