1. First things first, they're not farts.
2. And it's not disgusting.
3. It's odorless.
4. And it happens to anyone with a vagina.
5. It happens mostly during sex.
6. But it's not necessarily dependent on position.
7. It can also be a result of weaker pelvic floor muscles.
8. But queefing really isn't anything to worry about from a medical perspective.
9. Your menstrual cycle can affect queefing.
10. But if you're worried, you can always visit your gynecologist.
11. Remember, queefing is totally normal and shouldn't get in the way of your sex life.
This post was translated from French.