One thing I've noticed, is that Feminist or empowered women get very offended and angry, if you imply in any way that their vaginas smell. It's like any product to help them keep it clean is somehow an affront to their very being and some misogynist plot to put them down. Notice how both articles go on and on how the vagina is supposedly self-cleaning and needs no assistance?
I've dated women that have gotten upset if you mention they stink down there and one would even say "_______ ( insert name ) never had any problem going down on me" like zero effort to even consider your concerns. I mentioned it to my ex-wife one time and she started crying so much, I never brought it up again. What the hell is wrong with women about their tuna fleet?
This is the worst thing about embracing new technology. Buying some Home Security system or automation that is suddenly no loner supported by the maker for financial reasons or discontinued by a rich company ( like Google ) where they just decide they don't like their products anymore.
Feminists are obsessed with their own vaginas and menstruation. I've lost count of all the vagina artworks being praised (by other women) in media over the years. I can't imagine males visiting genital steam treatment clinics either.
I suspect Western women are still feeling cultural shame about their private parts, this is their way of trying to compensate.
Yes, I've seen the Vagina artists, all the way from Japan to the Nordic countries. As far as art goes, I just don't get the fascination with a gash in the human body, not much different from the other orifice nearby. Women seem oblivious that there's just not the same excitement to their body parts as they seem to have for themselves, at least here in the US. Most articles in women's magazine or women's studies, act like they have magical parts.