Hazel Jones is a beautiful young woman from the United Kingdom, enjoying life just like many around her. But unlike others, she has a rare condition that she is not afraid to talk about: a deviated seperator flap.
As many savvy with genetics understand, a woman has a seperator flap to divide the cloaca-like structure of the underhood of her femininity. It is this structure that keeps her eggs protected from bacteria and harsh urinary wastes until a man inserts the seed of life within her. For Hazel Jones, this process is twice as important as she her deviated seperator flap has given her two incubating wombs for her future children.
Hazel went through childhood normally and when she turned 18, a sinful boyfriend noticed that she was a bit unusual in her underparts. He encouraged her to see a doctor, who confirmed the now 27-year-old suffers from uterus didelphys, also known as, a deviated womb septum.
Jones is not shy about her condition. She regularly speaks out to the world about it and is willing to let any woman take a look at her secret parts and see if for themselves. ‘If women want to have a look, I’m quite happy to show them, it’s not something I’m embarrassed by.’ In the interview, Jones continued to tell us, “I thought it was amazing and it’s definitely an ice-breaker at parties’.
While the cause of the condition remains a mystery to scientists, faith tells us the clear answer. Hazel states that she ‘previously found sex very uncomfortable’. This is how it should be if you are doing such things outside marriage. It is an unnatural process that is supposed to be a curse for women, due to the sins of Eve. It ends with an explosion of pain during childbirth, an atonement every able woman should experience at least once in her life. She feels fulfilled in it all though due to the gifts of motherhood.
It’s reported that about 3,000 cases of deviated seperator flap are known worldwide.