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Northumbria Police said two people from Gateshead and a third from Stockton, Teesside, were held earlier.The EDL has planned their demonstration for months, but the horrific murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich on Wednesday has heightened tensions in the local community.‘And of course if you press the wrong button, you could burn the delicate vaginal mucosa.’ To recap: You do not need to blow dry your vagina after sex.You probably shouldn’t blow dry your vagina at any time.Newcastle area commander chief superintendent Gary Calvert said: 'We appreciate that the events in London on Thursday may have heightened community concerns about this weekend's planned protests in Newcastle.The other day, I was reading through an article, sent to me by the person I’m dating*, all about ‘things every woman should do after intercourse’. They just know I enjoy reading vagina-related content. Medical Daily reports that blow drying your vulva (that’s the outside bits, not the internal vagina) after sex can reduce the risk of yeast infections, while Life Hacker suggests giving your vagina a blow after every shower or bath, because ‘bacteria loves moisture’.If you really, really love the feeling of air on your undercarriage, stick to the pubic hair above the line of the clitoris, and keep the air cool.
Dr Vanessa Mackay, spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, told uk: ‘It’s a myth that the vagina needs extensive cleaning with perfumed soaps or feminine hygiene products as the vagina is designed to clean itself with natural secretions.
But there’s an extra layer to all the advice spreading around on the internet that tells us blowdrying our vag is something we ‘There is no evidence for blowdrying being beneficial in any way,’ consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Shazia Malik tells us.
‘Our bodies were designed to have sex and unless your partner has an infection, semen should not be harmful to your vagina in any way.
Detective Inspector Ed Yaxley of Avon and Somerset Police said: 'These comments were directed against a section of our community.
Comments such as these are completely unacceptable and only cause more harm to our community in Bristol.
I read through the standard bits – drinking water, peeing, having a long bath (not actually a wise idea, but not the worst suggestion on the list) – then, right at the end, stumbled upon something strange. On Mumsnet and Reddit, people praise the joy of blowdrying their genitals, some saying they like the feeling, others using blow-dryers to dry their pubes, and others saying they were advised to blow dry their vaginas by their doctors – again, in an attempt to prevent yeast infections. While all the sources promoting the use of blow-dryers use the word ‘vagina’, some, we think, mean the vulva and pubic areas.