Woman shows vagina
By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A transgender woman has allowed her lesbian friend to examine her surgically-sculpted vagina as part of a new video that sees her detailing her experience with gender reassignment surgery. Close as can be: Maia Monet, a transgender woman from Orlando, Florida, let her friend and fellow YouTuber Arielle Scarcella look at her surgerically-created vagina on camera. After changing out of her clothes and putting on a red satin robe, Maia, who is also a lesbian, tosses her underwear and allows Arielle to take a long look. Can I just say that? How big do you want that?
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Transgender woman shows her surgically-crafted vagina to her lesbian friend on YouTube
Me and my vulva: women reveal all | Life and style | The Guardian
T owards the end of last year, I published an essay about my vulva — in a book, and then in the Guardian. I felt a deep sense of shame about my body, which over time became crippling. In a book and accompanying film for Channel 4, she tells the stories of women and gender non-conforming people through portraits of their vulvas. One was about female genital mutilation. Vulvas are rarely seen outside porn and childbirth, which Dodsworth puts down partly to their position on the body. Meanwhile there is a pervasive squeamishness about vulvas, which may be one factor behind the fact that, in England, cervical smear test rates are at their lowest for two decades.
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The Vagina Episode of Goop’s New Show Isn’t Terrible
One of our favorite things about the last year alone is the number of woman-driven odes to pussy power—literal and otherwise—that we've enjoyed. Now, Jessica Kersten and Sandrine Le Goff, co-founders of creative agency Cloudfactory in Amsterdam, are making their contribution to cunt canon, with a limited-edition book and art project called Vaginas Untold. This isn't vaginas in abstraction, like Bodyform's bathroom graffiti.
The weird truth is that Gwyneth Paltrow and her preternaturally glowy-looking Santa Monica mafia made something that could make the world a better place. This episode of television will actually help people. Viva la vulva.
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