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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The Top 5 Best (Pro-Lady) Songs About Vagina

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2. "Sugar Walls," Sheena Easton



In case you'd assumed this song was about candy when hearing it in passing on the radio, Ms. Easton decided to make it abundantly clear that she was talking about her cooch by pulling a non-stop array of sex faces in the video. It was ultimately unnecessary, however, given that, on closer listening, it is impossible to avoid phrases like "blood races to the private spots," "The temperature's rising inside my sugar walls" and "Come spend the night inside my sugar walls." "Sugar walls" is a vastly underused phrase today, ladies. Let's bring that shit back.

1. "Diddle My Skittle," Peaches




Look, we know that pretty much every song Peaches has ever written is about her vagina, but this is our favorite one -- possibly because we enjoy her ovaries-as-balls statement so much in the video. Also, c'mon now: "There's only one peach with the hole in the middle"? Pretty sweet.

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