The twenty-first picture in the vulva art project series is called Hair on Vulva. It was inspired by this submission from a clinical sexologist who remarked that most of the vulvas on the Labia Project are either shaved or waxed, and was unsure of whether her generation of women (55 and older) would be able to relate. The picture features two women from the waist down, with natural unshaved pubic hair.
Watch this video to find out all about the vulva art project. These two incredible and inspirational women are aiming to get to the root of body-shaming and are encouraging women to embrace and celebrate their bodies and love their vulvas.
Here is the twentieth picture in the vulva art project series, called Frilly Labia Minora. It features a woman’s vulva with a piercing through her ruffled labia minora, and an arrow of pink sequins pointing towards it.
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The nineteenth picture in the vulva art project series is called Moist Vulva. It depicts a photo shot in sepia style, and like other pictures in the project, is aimed at showcasing the beauty and diversity of the female anatomy.
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The eighteenth picture in the vulva art project is called Spreadeagled Vagina. It features a women proudly showing off her spread vulva in all its glory.
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The seventeenth picture in the vulva art project series is called Imprisoned Vagina. It uses powerful symbolism to depict the way women and their sexuality have been repressed by society.
While some images in the vulva art project series are simply aimed at showcasing and celebrating diversity, this picture has a much more profound message to spread.
It is a fitting message, as this site is aimed at dismantling harmful gender-based stereotypes and emancipating women from the oppression that society and its unreasonable norms impose on women.
The only way to do that is by celebrating diversity and spreading the message that “normal is beautiful”.
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This is the sixteenth picture in the vulva art project series, entitled Hanging Labia.
It features a vulva with prominent labia minora which hang about an inch below the labia majora. Approximately half of all women have labia minora that protrude from their labia majora, and the picture pays homage to those millions of women.
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The fifteenth picture in the vulva art project series features a naturally hairy vagina and butt. While brazilian waxes and laser hair removal are increasing in popularity, there is also a growing movement of women who are opting for a natural look and allowing their pubic hair to grow. Which group do you fall into?
Many aesthetic clinics offer anal bleaching as a cosmetic treatment, even through the use of bleaching products in such a sensitive area can be harmful to the skin. The fourteenth picture in the vulva art project series is called Darkened Labia Minora and Anus. It is aimed at showcasing and celebrating the normal variations in pigmentation that many women have.
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Here is the thirteenth installment in the vulva art project series called Vagina on Canvas. It features a photo of a vulva with spread labia minora on a textured artist’s canvas, with text overlaid it.
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