WATCH | Sex worker and mom opens up about having 'two vaginas'

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The new mom says she wants to explore her anatomy more thoroughly. YouTube: evelynuncovered
The new mom says she wants to explore her anatomy more thoroughly. YouTube: evelynuncovered

Australian mom and adult content creator, Evelyn Uncovered, was born with two complete reproductive systems. 

The 31-year-old, who uses a pseudonym to protect her safety, was born with uterus didelphys, a rare condition that occurs when a baby is born with two uteruses, instead of one. She opened up about this, and her life as a sex worker in a video on YouTube, where she shared details about her condition. 

This condition affects 1 in 3000 women globally and though the condition manifests differently from person to person, for Evelyn, her outward anatomy appears "normal", but her two sides remain separated.

Evelyn was even able to give birth via C-section from her right womb to a healthy baby, 37 weeks into her pregnancy. She is currently pregnant with her second child.  

"I was told by a specialist after a few tests to only get pregnant in the right (as it's stronger). My uterus is larger and cervix 'better' however there is a huge risk of falling pregnant in both sides at the same time," Evelyn explained to her followers.

For a long time, Evelyn relied on her right vagina for pleasure as she found that it provided easier orgasms during her eight years as a sex worker. Once she met her current partner, and now fiancé, she used only her left vagina for work, so as not to mix business with pleasure. 

"Sex work is work - you never feel good," she said, though she noted that the lifestyle it afforded her made it "really great".

Now, the new mom says she wants to explore her anatomy more thoroughly.

Also see: 'Am I normal?': Teen girls need help as they navigate sexual self-discovery

'It felt good knowing what was wrong'

Evelyn first learned of her condition when seeking an abortion in her early 20s and clinicians couldn't find the embryo, but says she knew something was different when she got her first period and tampons wouldn't work. 

When she was finally diagnosed, she noted that "it felt good knowing what was wrong".

As an escort, Evelyn said that very few of her clients gave her anatomy a second thought. "When a person locates one vagina they often don't look to the right or left and notice a second," she said. 

However, some clients noticed and either mistook her for having gotten a sex change or found it uncomfortably fascinating.

Also read: Woman with two wombs and two vaginas overcomes the odds to deliver perfect baby girl

'Sort of like being a virgin again'

However, the OnlyFans creator says that she has recently started exploring her left vagina for potential pleasure. She has one clitoris but two G-Spots, and told Insider that learning what she likes on the left "is sort of like being a virgin again".

Evelyn was only recently comfortable enough to open up about her condition publicly and said her story "just sort of blew up".

"Once I realised it wasn't going to hinder me and it wasn't a condition that I hated, that's when I came out publicly about having two. All bodies are different and should be celebrated!" she says. 

Though Evelyn hasn't found her second G-spot just yet, she vows to keep looking until she does.

Watch the video below for more:

Sources: RedditInsider


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