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While i was having sex with my partner, i noticed air coming out of my vagina. Not only did i feel it, but i also heard it. I remember hearing about this once when I was younger, and it was reffered to as "kwiefing." What exactly is it and is there any way to stop it?? It's kinda embarassing, especially since I don't know what it is.

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It's spelled "queef", and if you try the board search function you'll find a bunch of threads on them.

Basically, if air gets pushed into your vagina (which can easily happen during sex), it has to come out again. There's no way to stop it, but there's no need to be embarrassed about it either .

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