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Flying vulva?  How peculiar, you might think, or perhaps worse, how inappropriate.  I feel that this incredible part of the female anatomy has been shrouded in shame and secrecy for far too long...pretty much since the inception of patriarchy, 5000 years ago.  Yikes, that’s a long time! Undervalued, disrespected, misunderstood, and often feared in modern society, the vulva needs to fly free, so that women, men and LGBTQ+ can see it for what it is - a portal of life, pleasure, sensuality, beauty, creativity, sexual energy and power.   It is time to move away from fabricated fear and shame and into reverence and joy.  Think about it, the clitoris is the only human organ whose sole purpose is to cause pleasure.  It has 8,000 nerve endings!  What a gift!

The Viva la Flying Vulva positvity portal provides a safe and fun platform to celebrate all things vulva!
Viva la Flying Vulva invites you to participate in breaking down barriers and building strong positive connections
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My Story

As a sculptor and feminist it’s not surprising that I’ve come to create Viva la Flying Vulva, a project about reclaiming and revitalizing the vulva - a part of the female anatomy that has been practically erased in our society, or on the flip side, gotten a really bad rap.  

For the longest time I didn’t even know it was called a vulva.  I thought it was called a vagina.  I also heard it being called clit, twat, cunt, pussy, box, slit etc.  It took me a long time before I realized its true name and I became insistent on calling it a VULVA, which is the exterior of a woman’s sexual anatomy and has ten parts to it.  The vagina is something’s the muscular tube that extends from the vestibule of the vulva toward the lower part of the uterus. An important distinction since most of our sexual pleasure comes from the vulva.  

So why does this matter?  There is important stuff going on down there. Understanding and accepting an essential part of my sexual anatomy makes me care about it.  It’s to be explored, celebrated, seen and heard. The more I come to know about it, the more confident I become.  And I want other women to experience this as well. I want us all to have a vulva that can fly free and proud! 

Supporting this project will not only shift society's perspectives around the vulva, but it will also contribute to the charity called Equality Now, a global legal gender equality NGO to create a just world for women and girls


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