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Things We Saw Today: Emma Watson And A Creepy Wax Hermione

Tweeted by Emma Watson, accompanied by the text, “Still got it.” (via Digital Spy


It Belongs in a Museum!

Ancient Engravings Prove That Early Modern Humans Just Loved the Vulva

Can you see the vulva in this picture? Well, it’s there, and it’s ancient! A recent discovery was made of 37,000-year-old wall art — possibly the first-ever wall art — at Abri Castanet in southern France. And upon closer inspection, it seems like these primitive humans had a great appreciation for female sex organs, so much so that they drew it all over the walls of caves. And it was the first thing they ever wanted to draw on the walls of caves! (Plus some animals and things, but most notably, vulvas.) So, what are we to make of this? Were primitive humans pervs? A lot less inhibited than people are today? Celebrating the female form? Or just simply practicing still-life?


A Series of Fallopian Tubes

Someone Is Putting Felt Vulvas on Statues, and We’re Not Going to Stop Them

Above is a statue of Edward Cornwallis, the British military officer who founded Halifax, Nova Scotia, where this handsome statue has stood since 1931. Cornwallis is best known for trying to make peace with native tribes while attempting to occupy the territory in 1749, and then failing miserably, engaging in a race war with the Mi’kmaq tribe and putting a bounty on the scalps of their men, women, and children. (To be fair, the tribes were also doing their own scalping.) He later became the governor of Gibralter, probably not by winning the Algonquin vote. Anyway, what you’ll see after the jump is a bigger picture of this glorious statue of Edward Cornwallis with a felt vulva.


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Vulvas Dressed Like Superheroines, Because Why Not [NSFW]

Artist Oni Hartstein has started on interesting project in response to the mishandling of female characters in American superhero comics. And while we’re not sure that our response to the same thing would ever have included painting pictures of vulvas dressed like famous superheroines, we are amused. Also we’re just happy that they’re not hands.

(Needless to say things get very NSFW south of this line.)


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We Discovered The Clitoris In 2009? Heyyy, Wait A Minute…

I’m going to do my best to stay serious and scientific here but well, this is a post about the clitoris so it may not last. This particular part of the female anatomy has been something the general public has given a lot of thought but as it turns out, science has mostly ignored. Turns out, we only really discovered the clitoris in 2009. Women the world over may disagree but we now know there’s a whole lot more than meets the eye when it comes to the clitoris and the results are rather stimulating. For your brain. Because you’re learning something new. Oh, forget it, just read on. (Following images are internal anatomical illustrations and should be safe for work.) 


A Series of Fallopian Tubes

Plush Uterus Collection Oddly Endearing

There is an Etsy shop called Vulva Love Lovely and it sells plush uteri. And they are surprisingly adorable. No, we promise. You will leave this post wondering if there’s a way to hug a womb. (Okay, maybe not.) Click through to see more of them!