Not every girl who finagles
Her slack sex muscles with Kegels
Sees favorable results
That silence the insults,
Comparing her poon to old bagels.
Kegels consist of repeated tightening and releasing pelvic floor muscles to strengthen them, often after giving birth. Since these muscles hold up the bladder, Kegels are often employed to reduce urinary incontinence. Men can do them too to prevent premature ejaculation. Both sexes can do them to strengthen stretched anal muscles as well. The exercises are named for gynecologist Dr. Arnold Kegel, who first described them in 1948.