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  tomvertigo  |  17

True. People always get freaked out if they hear their parents get busy, too, and meanwhile I'm just impressed my old assed dad can still get mom to break him off a piece.

Get over it, OP - you're mom has probably heard you talk about shit that made her uneasy, too!

  Weasely  |  11

Um.. it's not really a bodily "function". It's a result of some action that causes air to get into the vagina. I've never had to randomly just queef.


Um, isn't that sort of what friends are for a lot of the time? Having people that you're close to and comfortable with, enough to be open and honest with them with no judgement, even about sometimes weird and awkward topics. That's the type of friendships I strive to have, supportive and comfortable, I can talk to my friends about anything.

By  WCARlover  |  34

She should probably see a doctor about that...but if you hadn't noticed and only knew because you heard her talking about it,I imagine they can't be that loud, so there's something in your favor, OP.


Queefing is literally just air getting trapped in the vagina and then when it is no longer obstructed, it makes a sound as it escapes and releases. It happens a lot during sex because there's "extra space," due to the opening and canal not being "entirely filled up," so air gets pushed into it with the thrusting. It is uncontrollable anyway, it is not something a person can really hold or stop, and it is not medically a problem, it's just air pockets being released when there is no longer an object obstructing them.

  allie2590  |  30

It's natural yes, but the issue is that op had to hear about it. It's just a weird and uncomfortable thing to hear for most people, especially from your mom!

  fakedsincerity  |  32

It's not like the OPs mother was talking to them about it.

They overheard a private conversation.

The OPs mother should be able to discuss stuff like that with her friends with no judgement.

I'd agree 100% if she went to her son and was like "hey watch this! *queefs in face*".