Stop holding your farts in. Here are 7 unexpected health benefits of passing gas

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Ok, here is another one of those uncomfortable subjects.  I have been married for 33 years and my wife is going to kill me for saying this but; women do fart!  I know, this is a smelly subject that nobody wants to talk about.  This morning, the attached article came across my Facebook News Feed and it got me to thinking.  Why is it that women are so embarrassed about farting?  I mean, we all do it.  Studies, I have read, say that we do it on average 10 times per day (If I am being honest, I am probably better than average at this).  So why the embarrassment?

 

So, I think we should start a crusade to end the shame of female farting.  To get this started, here are some new shirt ideas I think we should start selling on the She is Shop:

 

 

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Come on women, don’t let the men have all the fun!  Let your voices be heard, let the ass trumpets ring proud.  WE ARE WOMEN & WE FART!!!

 

However, lay off the broccoli, that stuff stinks!

 

But those are just my thoughts…

 

Would love to hear yours in the comment section below.

Ted

 

Stop holding your farts in. Here are 7 unexpected health benefits of passing gas

If you’ve ever shamed yourself or have been shamed by someone else for passing wind, just tell them you’re being healthy. Farting isn’t the most glamorous way to improve or assess our health, but it is indicative of a healthy, well-functioning digestive system and balanced level of gut bacteria.

 

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