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No More Wedgies or VPLs

29 Dec

By Monica S. Meyer
Cupid Intimates

 

Have you ever thought to yourself: “If society can create cell phones, the internet, and space travel, why can’t it come up with solutions to the age-old, twin panty problems of wedgies and VPLs?”

Like all women, I had experienced these problems since I was a little girl.  My mother used to love to tell a story that haunts me to this day.  When I was five, while performing in a dance recital, the movement of my routine gave me a wedgie.  Since I was only five, despite dancing in the front row, I immediately stopped and did what seemed logical at the time – I “corrected” my wedgie.  My mother was quite embarrassed; of course, she later had no problem retelling this story to many people, including several of my boyfriends. […]

Reclaim Your Hourglass

27 Oct

By Monica S. Meyer
Cupid Intimates

Close your eyes.  Remember when you were in your 20’s and early 30’s, and you saw your body as an elegantly-shaped hourglass?  You had full, perky breasts, a tiny waist, and voluptuous hips – a figure sought after by the opposite sex.  Maybe you’ve been lucky.  Maybe you’ve worked hard.  Maybe you still have that same shape today.  Unfortunately, for most of us who are 35 and older, that idealized image of the hourglass isn’t visible when we open our eyes and look at ourselves today.  Instead, we see breasts that are sagging, waists that have expanded, and hips – heaven forbid – that are narrower than our waists. […]