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June 19th, 2012
This whole conversation has made me feel SOOOOOO much better about queefing. I was having sex with my partner the other day and after the doggie position I let out the loudest and longest queef I ever heard, all I could do was say "owwwwww", not because it hurt, but because it freaked me out. I was so embarrassed but we both just kind of acted like nothing happened. That made me feel even worse about it because now I don't know what he was thinking. From now on I am just going to laugh because you know what, it is natural. Before, all I wanted to do was stop queefing... I found it so embarrassing I didn't even want to search for a way to stop because the whole topic just made me uncomfortable, but now I am so glad I found this conversation. I can finally relax more while having sex and I am sooo happy about that. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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replied July 29th, 2012
QUEEF
Ok so i am a virgin and during certain positions like when my vagina is above my head I queef. Its quiet awkward for me because when I excersize I go in a group. So I did learn how to not queef but it doesnt feel as reaaxed as some of my friends in a position.

WHAT DO I DO
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replied July 29th, 2012
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You cannot do anything about it, especially doing yoga or some similar exercises.

It happens because you move your body in certain ways, your internal organs will move a certain way and your vagina will 'suck up' air. When you move again, it will push that air out causing the queef. Many women doing yoga will experience this at least once. I am sure if you ask other women that are there with you, you will get some very entertaining answers.

You can try to do kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. If this air is building up over time, doing kegel squeezes while you are exercising can help you get rid of it before it becomes one loud and embarrasing queef. And besides, kegels are very good for your current or future sexual health and pleasure.

Best of luck!
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replied August 16th, 2012
what if it happens when you are just being fingered or anything that's less than intercourse? Is that normal????????
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replied August 17th, 2012
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Yes. When you get aroused, your vagina opens up at the top and your uterus moves up in your body, so air can get trapped there. It is also likely that the involuntary movements your body makes when you get close to orgasm can suck in more air.

Think of the queef like air escaping from a balloon when you let it go before tying it closed. We even talk about the top of the vagina 'ballooning' to describe what happens when it opens up at the top when you get aroused. Some women also experience an urge to be filled up there when they are aroused, due to this ballooning effect.

Please be careful when you play.
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replied October 1st, 2012
Thanks everyone! I was so insecure about this.. but during sex i would just laugh. But it was actually killing me inside! now i know its not me farting through my vagina..i thought i was a freak! Thank you all!
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replied November 14th, 2012
parp
funn sex myight spoil the intense 'we're so hot' mood. but at the end of the day its funny! i say queef and be proud! like boys are when they fart on each other! sex is hot sex is fun sex is good and sometimes funny sex surprises u with that unpredictably bonding moment. QUEEF! any 1 wanna join my harmonising queef brigade?
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replied November 18th, 2012
Me and my boyfriend weren't even having sex. He started to put me into a position (my legs against my stomach) and out it came! I was sooo embarrassed! He giggled a little and I pushed him off with my legs. I didn't know what to do. I got all hot and he apologized. I was just quiet.. after a while we continued our foreplay. It still haunts me.
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replied November 18th, 2012
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If it will make you feel better, why don't you explain to him what is happening. It is not something to be embarrassed about. It is not something you can control, or even something you are doing. It is just normal air escaping.
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replied November 22nd, 2012
X.X so embarrassing.
Oh my gosh. When I was younger, I would make myself queef, ad the came back to bite me in the bum. So my boyfriend and I were doing 69 and I didn't feel the air go in, but I heard it, and I'm sure he did too. Then, next thing you know, I queef right in his face. Oh God, I was so embarrassed. Not to mention, just a few days before he asked if I queef. It was awful. I was never more embarrassed. I had never queefed from sex or oral before. But after an awkward pause an my face becoming beet red, he does laughing, and jokes about it saying "It was right in my face! I swear it splashed your wetness on me!" At that point he was trying to get it in Missionary style and I said no, because the mood was completely lost. And then about a week later we were 69ing again and this time I knew when the air went it. So I told him to stop and I tried to get off of him without it coming out. But as soon as I sat down on the bed next to him, there it goes. He starts laughing, which made me so much more embarrassed. But thence start joking and laughing about it together. I guess this means he's okay with it ? I'm just so glad I'm not the only one who does it.
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replied November 22nd, 2012
X.X so embarrassing.
Oh my gosh. When I was younger, I would make myself queef, ad the came back to bite me in the bum. So my boyfriend and I were doing 69 and I didn't feel the air go in, but I heard it, and I'm sure he did too. Then, next thing you know, I queef right in his face. Oh God, I was so embarrassed. Not to mention, just a few days before he asked if I ever queefed. It was awful. I was never more embarrassed. I had never queefed from sex or oral before. But after an awkward pause and my face becoming beet red, he dies laughing, and jokes about it saying "It was right in my face! I swear it splashed your wetness on me!" At that point he was trying to get it in Missionary style and I said no, because the mood was completely lost. And then about a week later we were 69ing again and this time I knew when the air went it. So I told him to stop and I tried to get off of him without it coming out. But as soon as I sat down on the bed next to him, there it goes. He starts laughing, which made me so much more embarrassed. But then we start joking and laughing about it together. I guess this means he's okay with it ? I'm just so glad I'm not the only one who does it.
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replied November 23rd, 2012
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Stop trying to convince yourself that you have to be embarrassed about it. It has nothing to do with making yourself queef when you were younger. It is not something you have control over, and it is just air that entered your vagina escaping again.

Sounds, smells and fluids are a normal part of good sex. Let's face it, you having his penis inside your mouth and him having his tongue in your vulva is not exactly the picture of refinement. It is pure lust, which quite a primal thing. A few sounds just adds to this. You should not be self concious at that stage. Just tell him you are feeling the pressure build up. Either you or him can relieve it by sticking a finger up your vagina.
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replied December 26th, 2012
queefing, vagina, sex
look i am not even going to sugar coat it... i have this problem and ive never had sex... it happens randomly... a lot of times on my period... is that normal too... or i mean is it weird? i read all of your stories but im a virgin and idk what could cause it??
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replied December 27th, 2012
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Air being sucked into your vagina is causing it. That can happen when you move your body in a certain way, for example when you exercise. The sound is the air being squeezed out again.
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replied January 3rd, 2013
Queefs
its not the dudes fault stop having weird vaginas queen laqueefas..massaging the gine during sex shuld help push out air try tht and get back to me..when it happens all the time its no longer funny Very Happy
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replied April 29th, 2013
It's no big deal.
So before me and my boyfirnd started having sex, i noticed that when i prop my body in machinery position, that cause air to wanna get in there, and I was scared that i would while having sex. Also, before we started dating, from a random convo with a couple friends, he said that if a woman queefed, he would think it would tickle, so he would just laugh. The last tim that me and my boyfriend did it, i queefed, and I kind of just sighed and said, "you're pushing a lot of air in there, so i blame you." and i gave him a big smile, and we just laughed. Honestly, neither of us care too much about the situation.
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replied May 4th, 2013
queef
well im really young meaning thirteen i havent had sex and i queef when im upside down on the wall clapping my butt and every time i clap i queff is this bad
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replied May 5th, 2013
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It seems to be normal for you. The movements you are making is sucking air from outside into your vagina, and then squeeze it back out again.
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replied May 29th, 2013
Queefing embarassment
Oh gosh. This has happend to me once. And it was horrible
I had never even known that could happen during sex. It happend
While we was in the doggy position. And i havent done that postion
Since. But of course we went right back to having sex. Didnt really
Bother me real bad untill the next day. He was driving me home and i felt
That we had an ocward silence between us lol. I went back to my friends
House and told her about it. I just wanted to crawl under a freakin rock.
The next time me and my boyfriend at the time. Was haveing sex he kept
Trying to go doggy style. I kept saying no no no. He was like we was both
Super drunk last time and it wont happen again. I feel like he thinks i farted
I mean c'mon im more of a lady than that! But me and him are no longer together
And the boyfriend i have now. Hopefully soon husband knows that i queef in
The doggy style. And he dosent care. But of course im not doing doggy again lol
Even if he knows. It wouldnt bother me. But it would always remind me of my ex
Who thinks i farted. And if we was still friends. Id tell him it was all his fault not mine lol.
But reading all these and getting this off my chest has helped emecely. Thank you all!!
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replied June 4th, 2013
I brought this subject up with my husband and he told me "I think the only thing we ever did was fall over" when in actuality I've queefed like twice, so turns out guys don't really notice unless we point it out. They are to caught up in the moment I guess ^^
The embarrassment is there but I guess it really is natural.
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replied June 22nd, 2013
wait but is it normal to queef when getting eaten out? because i think i stretched out my vagina and now i queef everytime i cum
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replied June 23rd, 2013
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Any time you tilt your pelvis you can suck air in. And when you get excited, you do start to move your pelvis around a bit. Your boyfriend may also be blowing air in during oral sex. This is a little dangerous, and he should at the very most lightly puff air in.

Stop trying to find fault. Unless you have been fisting, or used a massive sex toy over and over and over, you did on stretch yourself. In any case, stretching is not what is causing it.

It does sound like you are worried about your pelvic floor muscle tone? Do you exercise it every day by doing kegel exercised?
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replied August 6th, 2013
Lol this happened to me while we were doing "69" and he thought I farted in his face and I'm the kind of person that has no shame so I just rolled over and died laughing I was not embrassed because we are completely confortable with each other but js don feel embrassed if you do then your not comfortable and if your not then you shouldn't be having sex.

-jessica
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