November 26, 2020

EP. 34 — Dr. Jen Gunter

This week, we are thankful for vaginas, labias, and vulvas with author and gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter. She joins Jameela to answer questions about the history of misunderstanding vaginas, the do’s and don’ts of feminine hygiene, how to handle pap smears,  a gynecological view on both abortions and WAP, and Dr. Jen Gunter’s book – The Vagina Bible.


IWEIGH-034-20201124-DrGunter-ACv01-DYN.mp3   Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh, with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re OK, and especially if you’re in America and you may be just did or didn’t get to spend time with your family. Are you all right? I wish I could hear your answer. Both a very stressful one not being around the people that you love in this incredibly stressful, lonely year. That is so hard. And two, if you had to either spend all day on Zoom with them as you ate your dry turkey in your house, or if you had to be with them in a room, maybe you traveled to bubble with them. Jesus Christ. It’s not easy for everyone, however much you’ve missed your family, maybe you’ve lost some of your patience settings that you had acquired when you were a more kind of socially etiquette gifted person before this lockdown. I know that I’ve definitely I’ve said it before. I’ve devolved during this year. I

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