Get invulved!

Each card from the deck of 54 was carefully designed by artist Mona Orgel. In 2014 she delved into the vulva world to discover new territory, creating an exciting educational game. After years of labour, the baby was born (please excuse the puns - we’re cunning linguists here at Bing({'})h, did anyone say cunnilingus??).

Named Bing({'})h and based on the Mexican version of Bingo, LaLotería the game features unique hand-painted designs of everyday objects that refer to or symbolise/represent the vulva. 54 vulva nicknames have been selected to create a full stack of playing cards along with bingo charts, called Tablas, and playing instructions.

Did we tickle your fancy? Try your hand at Bing({'})h and playfully learn each and every expression for and impression of vulvas and their variety for a better understanding of our best bits!

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We're currently cuntinuing our exciting mission and have launched a crowdfuning campaign to support our efforts in bringing the cards to life and play. If you enjoy Bing({'})h as much as we do, why not purchase it for your pleasure. Please find our crowdfunding & all cuntastic rewards here.

If you wish to cuntribute by getting your Bing({'})h, by donating knowledge or sharing, we'd be overjoyed. Thank you in advance for supporting us and our journey for a positive body image!

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Let's Talk About abalones, octopuses, cats and courgettes! What do they have in common? That’s right! They’re all creative expressions for the vulva! How so? All of the above are nicknames for "vagina", or to be more precise, "vulva". The vagina is only one of many important parts of the female organ. Didn't know that? Neither did Bing({'})h's inventor Simone Orgel before she started on her exciting expedition through the wonderful world of vulvas. Today, she hopes to share her explorative adventures with all you marvelous Vulverines out there. ...more

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