…so they created a product to “git ‘er done!”
An article was written earlier this week that introduced Sweet Peach, a new probiotic supplement said to be a product that would make the private parts of women smell like fruit. But whoa! People have to be careful how they present this stuff because as a result, the response across the internet was understandable outrage: Who the hell were the guys behind this and what right did they have to decide how women’s bodies ought to smell?
But as it turns out, Sweet Peach wasn’t even created by Austen Heinz and Gilad Gome, the two “start up dudes” who introduced it to the world at the DEMO tech conference. Apparently, the men not only misled people, but they characterized the product totally wrong.
The sole founder and CEO of Sweet Peach Probiotics is Audrey Hutchinson – a 20-year-old woman who describes herself as an “ultrafeminist.”
Hutchinson had studied on a full Distinguished Scientist scholarship before she dropped out to realize her vision to help women manage their reproductive health without the need for doctors or clinics. “I don’t think women should have vaginas that smell like peaches or anything like that,” she says, about the erroneous presentation previously put out on the net by Heinz and Gome.
The remarks by the two men sparked strong opinions around the Web on Wednesday and Thursday, with critical coverage on sites including Valleywag, Salon, the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, the Daily Mail, and Business Insider.
Hutchinson was literally nauseated. (She says she vomited, twice.)