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Why the need to censor vulvas? Is there nothing ladylike about our bits? We literally beg to differ! Pun absolutely intended!

Here are a just few more projects that excite us that we want to share with you. We always welcome new cuntent!

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Here are some more great takes on vulvas by artists and authors and other vulva sexperts:

  • If you'd like to get a glimpse of #Vulva diversity we highly recommend Jamie Mc Cartney’s „The Great Wall of Vagina" (which should be called Vulva, he knows ❤️ 😃) as well as *„The Vulva Gallery„ by the wonderful Hilde Atalanta.
  • For a better understanding of the vulva's biological composition, see Laura Méritt with their "Frauenkörper neu gesehen".
  • For a brief history of female sexuality featuring images rather than text, we urge you to view Liv Strömquist's graphic novel- "Fruit of Knowledge".
  • Speaking of graphic novels & genital knowledge, here's a shout out to Erika Moen'sOh Joy Sex Toy series – did you know that female and male genitalia are one and the same at the beginning stages of development? Erika will reveal more on this intriguing topic.
  • For some outspoken stories on sex and sexuality, we recommend the fun, touching and amazing "Stumbling On Sexuality".
  • Want a go at drawing a/your own Yoni? Yay! The Guardian provides this [digital guide] (https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/ng-interactive/2016/sep/23/draw-a-vulva)
  • A beautiful piece of art that gets straight to the point regarding any misunderstandings of the clitoris – a hot button indeed is the animated documentary "Le clitoris" (2016) by Lori Malépart-Traversy.
  • The Guardian’s Vagina Dispatches" by Mona Chalabi & Mae Ryan periodically provides juicy knowledge on your genitals.
  • Masturbation. A hot topic indeed. Before we say any more, we'll refer you to Alexandra Jamieson who offers "10 Wicked Reasons You Should Be Masturbating More Often"
  • Want to learn more about stimulating a/your vulva? We haven’t tried it (yet), but you might want to check out: "OMGYES".
  • If you’re interested in Sex IRL & practise, Cindy Gallop’s session "Make love not porn" during re:publica 2012 serves as a cuntinued source of inspiration.
  • If you're a music lover then you'll like Amanda Palmer & The Young Punx – "Map of Tasmania" by 8ft. Records.
  • For everyone who wants to find interesting people for a easy chat &/ is interested in tools, workshops: In Berlin you’re lucky to find the incredible inspiring "Other Nature Sexshop" and "Sexclusivitäten". In Hamburg there is the freshly founded "Fuck Yeah Sex Shop".
  • If only there were a museum on this topic... Hold on, there is! In 2017, the wonderful Florence Schechter opened the doors to the Vagina Museum" which is based in London. I'm so pleased that such a place finally exists ❤️! We cunt wait to visit.
  • And let's not forget "The Vagina Monologues", an episodic play created way back in 1996 by performer, feminist and activist Eve Ensler (nicknamed the "V"). This play was Monas' very first encounter with the topic's multiple dimensions. We can't thank Eve enough!


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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