A healthy vulva — which includes the labia and vaginal opening — tastes and smells like a healthy vulva. That is to say, it might be sweet or sour, metallic or bitter, salty or sharp. Blood can affect the way it tastes, as can the white discharge that’s common with ovulation.
It's tough to describe a certain scent or taste to someone that doesn't have firsthand experience. So if you've never tasted a vagina before but.
Let's get real about vaginas for a minute. It's hard not to get a bit self-conscious about the way we “smell” and “taste” down there, and there's.