Ah, glitter. Who can resist the seductive sparkle of those teeny, tiny flecks as they dazzle across your skin, lips, and Instagram-worthy glitter cocktails. (Yep, it’s a thing.) But sometimes, even with the greatest things in life, the internet goes too far. This is one of those times.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…Passion Dust.
What the heck is Passion Dust, you ask? Simply put– it’s glitter for your vag. Not glitter you put on your vag, but glitter you put in your vag.
Vaginal décor isn’t exactly a new fad – it got its first recorded start back in the days of The Kama Sutra when women had their clits pierced to physically and visually enhance the sexual experience. Since then we’ve moved on to vagina tattoos (otherwise known as “twattoos”), pubic hair designs, and Merkins (wigs for your vag, sigh). And let’s not forget about the Vagazzling craze of the early 2000s, when actress Jennifer Love Hewitt convinced us all that we needed to bedazzle our lady bits with glued on rhinestones.
This latest craze, however, goes a bit…deeper.
How it Works:
The glitter comes in a small capsule that gets inserted into the vagina. As things begin to heat up, the capsule dissolves and mixes with the woman’s bodily fluids to create a glittery explosion when she cums. The product’s website refers to it as “magicum,” but since we’re super classy around here, we’re gonna call it “clitter.” (Man, I’ve been dying to use that word in a story and my moment is finally here. Squeeeee.)
In addition to making your cum super sparkly, the capsules also sweeten up your spunk for an experience that’s touted as…wait for it… “magically delicious.” Go home, internet. You’re drunk.
To see this stuff in action, check out the live demo on the company’s official Instagram account (if you dare). It kinda reminds me of my fifth grade science project when I had to build a working volcano, except it looks more like a vag-cano with weird glittery jizz flowing out of it. Ew.
The Good, the Bad, the Gross.
While adding a little sparkle to your cum sounds like a fun way to spice up your sex life, putting glitter up your hoo-ha just seems like a bad idea. Especially when you consider the crazy (and hilarious) health warnings that can be found right on the product site.
My personal favorite is “The small particles of glitter could trigger an attack for people who suffer from asthma if ingested during oral sex.” So please, enjoy my sparkly juices — and apologies in advance if you have an asthma attack and die in the process. My bad!
And what happens if you accidentally swallow one of the caplets? Not to worry, the site covers that too.
“CAN I SWALLOW THE CAPSULE?
Well, you technically could but we don’t advise or recommend it because that is not the intended use of the product. With that being said; we get women (and men) who have unwittingly swallowed the capsule for whatever reason. If this happens don’t panic…you’ll just have to look for the sparkle in your poop not your Yara.”
Stop it, seriously. You’re killing me.
What’s so Bad About It?
While the product uses cosmetic grade glitter and edible components like gelatin, starch, sugar-based sweeteners, and gum powder, that doesn’t necessarily mean those items are safe to put into your vagina.
Dr. Jen Gunter, a Canadian gynecologist who dedicated an entire blog post to the topic, suggests that Passion Dust is a nasty yeast infection waiting to happen because the sweeteners create a breeding ground for bacteria.
Doctors seem to overwhelmingly agree with Dr. Gunter’s assessment, citing that the any foreign object could throw off the vagina’s PH balance and either cause a new infection or exacerbate one that’s already present in either partner.
To Clitter or Not to Clitter, That is the Question.
According to the website the product is temporarily sold out, so despite doctor’s warnings, someone is clearly using this and doing just fine. The company is even encouraging customers to share pictures of their sparkly sheets after doing the deed. Thankfully, no one appears to have done so yet.
That all being said, if you’re a grown person and think this is something you’re willing to try out anyway, go for it. There are a few things you should keep in mind, however:
It’s not known if this product is safe to use with condoms or not. In the site’s FAQs section, they indicate that while none of the individual ingredients have been shown to break condoms down, testing has not been conducted so there’s no way to know for sure. If safe sex is important to you, keep this in mind before taking a dip in the “clitter” pool.
It contains gluten. This may sound like a very “millennial” concern, but If you or your partner is gluten intolerant for any reason, oral sex and Passion Dust will not make for a winning combination.
Passion Dust capsules are NOT Vegan. The list of ingredients includes gelatin byproduct, as well as “animal byproducts or starch.” Yum.
The glitter can last for up to three days, so if you’re planning a trip to the gynecologist any time soon, you may have some splainin’ to do. If you’re unshaved, it will also take you foreveeeeeeer to get all the glitter particles out. Don’t ask me how I know, just trust me on this one.
The Million Dollar Question
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