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January 23, 2005 10:20 PM   Subscribe

Online Vulva Museum Possibly NSFW.
posted by quasistoic (18 comments total)
 
Whoa momma.
posted by neckro23 at 11:16 PM on January 23, 2005


My eyes might look like that too, if I had just birthed a football.
posted by TheNakedPixel at 11:35 PM on January 23, 2005


Only possibly NSFW?
posted by imperium at 12:22 AM on January 24, 2005


Probably depends on your occupation... I'm sure that it would be OK for a doctor or gynecologist, or something.

Of course, since I'm neither of those - and since I'm at work, I'm not going to check the link... phew! I'm safe! :-)
posted by Chunder at 1:17 AM on January 24, 2005



If only Princess Di had been driving a Vulva.
posted by Pretty_Generic at 2:21 AM on January 24, 2005


Online Volvo Museum. (Also, Online Volga Museum.)
posted by pracowity at 3:10 AM on January 24, 2005


What in the hell is that thing? It's not a woman, it's an alien! Call Mulder!
posted by breath at 4:10 AM on January 24, 2005


Amusing anecdote:

In my undergrad years, one of the girls in my dorm started talking about a vagina-derivative creature that she'd invented. She drew a diagram of a vulva armed with lots of needle teeth, and described its ferocity.

Her boyfriend stood by this whole time and chuckled uncomfortably.
posted by breath at 4:17 AM on January 24, 2005


breath: Was she a cinema studies major? The ferocious Vagina Dentata haunts much of the critical theory on horror films.

Interesting link, too!
posted by safetyfork at 6:11 AM on January 24, 2005


She drew a diagram of a vulva armed with lots of needle teeth, and described its ferocity.

Nice Try, Zarflax!
posted by odinsdream at 7:31 AM on January 24, 2005


The entire book is simply close up pictures of women's vulvas, in a non-porn, feminist setting.

But would a book filled with close-ups of penises be treated the same way? I would bet not. ;)
posted by taursir at 7:39 AM on January 24, 2005


My favorite: Vulva in the Woods. Yep, nothing sez "positive portrayal of female sexuality" like a dark, grainy photo of a huge, disembodied vagina lying on the ground in a horror-movie-like forest.
posted by koeselitz at 7:48 AM on January 24, 2005


breath - it's a Sheela Na Gig.
posted by jessamyn at 8:28 AM on January 24, 2005


The book "Femalia," by Joani Blank, is a revolutionary vulva book. The entire book is simply close up pictures of women's vulvas, in a non-porn, feminist setting. The book is amazing because it shows how very diverse women's genitals are, how no two look alike

I would actually like to see this book because my exposure to vulvas has been..er..very limited. It would be interesting to compare/contrast with my own. But sadly, I don't think my library will be ordering a copy of this.
posted by Secret Life of Gravy at 9:31 AM on January 24, 2005


She drew a diagram of a vulva armed with lots of needle teeth, and described its ferocity.
...and named it "Sandy".
posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 10:18 AM on January 24, 2005


For some balance, try what Time call the Phallus Palace, as illustrated here [headline for the latter NSFW!]
posted by imperium at 11:45 AM on January 24, 2005


[smacks w-gp, but secretly is giggling]
posted by five fresh fish at 1:10 PM on January 24, 2005


Volvo museum

http://www.volvo.com/group/global/en-gb/Volvo+Group/history/museums/volvomuseum.htm
posted by nanojath at 9:43 PM on February 22, 2005


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