Snooki & JWoww Share TMI About Sex After Baby

Everything about life right after babies is pure bliss, right? Well, umm ... most are. But there's one aspect that isn't always a treat -- sex. Make that two -- post-baby sex and your post-baby vagina. And neither JWoww nor Snooki held back when it came to saying exactly what they think about both in an interview with HuffPost Live.

Prepare yourself for an honest, hilarious treat.


Jenni, who we all know was frustrating fiance Roger Mathews to no end by denying him sex before giving birth to Meilani Alexandra this past July, reportedly said she was going to wait a year or two after having a child to get back into the sex swing of things again. Lucky for Roger, that wasn't the case and she admitted waiting seven weeks to get back to it -- which isn't bad at all, in my opinion.

And then she said this killer thing about sex and the vagina: "It's, like, worse than being a virgin. It's like a black hole."

Oh my god. She's totally right. Things were way different -- thank the lord -- after I had my second child. Sex really didn't hurt much after six weeks with my second -- I'm not sure why, but I'm just going to be happy and grateful about it and not question it too much. But with my first, which included an insane episiotomy? FORGET it. If I could have waited years, I would have and would not have missed sex one bit.

In a wonderful coincidence, Jenni's BFF Snooki welcomed a baby girl named Giovanna just two months after Meilani entered the world. Of course, we ALL benefit from this because we also get Nicole's wisdom about post-baby sex. Here's what she had to say: "The only time I'm going to have sex is if I want to have a baby again."

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Snooki admitted to looking "down there" a few days after she gave birth to her first baby, which she said "scarred" her.

A few weeks before I gave birth to my first child, a good friend who had recently been through childbirth told me to never, ever, ever look at my vagina after birth because I would find it resembled the private parts of a "baboon."

I laughed so hard I nearly fell off my chair -- but I could not shake that image out of my head. I figured there was no point in looking because it would just make me feel a lot less sexual -- and that's the LAST thing you need when you're trying to recuperate from childbirth, right?

If you haven't given birth yet, take this all as it is intended: with humor. Honestly, it may take a little time, but your sex life will return to normal -- I promise. And, call me crazy, but I think it actually feels better -- after the second child, at least.

What was your experience with sex like after giving birth? Did you look at your vagina after birth?


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