Everything They Won’t Tell You About WAP 💦🍑

Posted by Kera Moné on

Thanks to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, the ladies (and fellas) have a new summer anthem that prioritizes female pleasure and sexuality. We love to see beautiful black bodies being celebrated but there’s still so many questions about WAP like “ Why am I so dry all of a sudden?”, “Do some women experience more wetness than others?”, and  “Is being too wet during sex a thing?”. If you’ve ever had a question about wet ass pussy I suggest you keep reading.


WAP Can Make Sex… Bad?


Yep. You read that right. Most women agree that being  “too wet” can make it difficult to enjoy penetrative sex. That’s because a lot of women enjoy the pressure and friction that penetration creates. Being too wet eliminates both. However, all you need to do is change positions. Doggie Style, Spooning (laying on your side), and The “X” (legs up with your ankles crossed), are a few positions to try when that WAP is a little too gushy. 


WAP is inconsistent AF 


It’s not you it’s your period. Your menstrual cycle can ruin anything from date night to pretty panties… and SEX! During your pre-menstrual cycle (aka PMS) your hormones are readjusting and most likely causing havoc in your daily life. You may experience dryness or increased lubrication. It really just depends on what your hormones have planned. So don’t beat yourself up if you’re not serving up WAP consistently.


WAP Can Be Deceiving


Oh, you thought WAP is contingent on the amount of pleasure your partner is experiencing? Well, it’s not. There are so many factors that contribute to vaginal lubrication before and during sex. Medications with antihistamines can cause vaginal dryness. Birth control and excessive alcohol consumption can also lead to dryness. On the other hand, estrogen production and diet can increase wetness. It’s important to talk to your partner about what turns them on and what’s not working. 


WAP should always be celebrated because #pussypower, duh! But don’t spend your time comparing yourself to images in movies, or lyrics in songs. Prioritize your sexual health by exploring what makes sex enjoyable for YOU. The truth is if you’re having a good time so will he/she/they.



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