Click to ENLARGE and read. They started off with travelling exhibitions.
Cool — right? Hurrah for London and us the open-minded Brits. I am all for it. I gather that the caveat ‘brick-and-mortar’ is very important since their others that claim that they also have ‘vagina museums’, albeit not in a permanent location.
Lets face it. The MOST NATURAL thing in the world! With the exception of totally in-vitro test tube babies all of us came to earth via a vagina. So, why not celebrate it, why not explore it.
Can’t say it will be the first museum I rush to see the next time in London. It is not like we have a shortage of GREAT museums in London.
Kind of have a fairly good idea of what we are likely to see. Hhmmm!
Visited the ‘Sex Museum‘, in New York, soon after it opened. It was anti-climatic.
But, I wish them well.
Up the Vagina — as THEY are likely to be saying, being Brits (as I am)
There is as you will see if you read either of the stories or watch the YouTube a purpose for this contest. It was not all for titillation and salaciousness. They were looking for MODELS. And that makes sense.
As I did comment on this post to do with the “30 foot Wall of Vaginas”, vaginas do come in very different shapes, sizes, looks and configurations — and that is just in terms of external appearance. I am by no means an expert given I have only seen one or two at most (and at this point my wife Deanna, if she reads this, will scream at me) but I do know that some vaginas are definitely more attractive (and as such aesthetically more appealing) than others. I am not going to go into this (and I assure you that no pun was intended there) but there are some …
Given that in at least the last 10 of my books I have stated in the Preface that ‘Typo’ is my middle name, I can relate to a somewhat Freudian typo such as this. What was Alexander or was it Regina thinking as they typed that caption? The mind boggles.
I have noticed that the U.K. Daily Mail, my all time favorite newspaper, that I read every morning, while lying in bed, drinking a cup of coffee and listening to CNBC, has quite a few typos of late. I fully appreciate, doing this blog, how easy it is for that to happen when you are typing like crazy to get something posted. What cracks me up is that they don’t get around to correcting them. They must, given the millions who read them, get feedback. It is cute. It amuses me and makes me realize that others too suffer from my impediment. It does, however, suck.
The comments are hilarious. Use the link above to get to all of them.
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Well I assume that it should not be too difficult to determine where I stand on this. But there are only so many issues that I can champion at any given time and my hands, quite literally, full right now helping the good ladies, led by Kia Sinclair, on the New Hampshire “Free the Female Nipple” movement. So I will let the ‘Daily Mail’ push this one. I am, however, smiling.
Wow. Yes, of course, like with so much in my life, I got the heads up from the U.K. “Daily Mail” which I read on my pad, first thing each morning, religiously.
Click to access, as always, very informative “Daily Mail” article.
Wow! Yes, of course, I knew what YOU were thinking.
Yes, it crossed my mind too.
Well, it is NOT as neat as you would think or hope.
Bummer — in more than one sense of the word. SMILE.
(Think about that. SMILE.)
From ‘Fusion.net’. Click to access original. They even have a diagram, though not of the vagina. Check it out.
This is beyond diabolical. It is atrocious. It is totally uncalled for. This cannot be fobbed off as a mistake. This was very deliberate and calculated. It could, alas, have been an April Fool’s joke, but it isn’t. It is very real, and HUGE.
Yes, I understand. It is a very graphic way of calling Marie Antoinette by the ‘C’-word. But, even that, is unnecessary and puerile in that she was guillotined 221 years ago.
This makes me angry. I am VERY fond of Versailles Palace and Gardens. I am very familiar with them. I have visited Versailles dozens of times. 1968 – 1969 when I lived in France full-time and attended the “English School of Paris” (ESP) we lived in Louveciennes — which was on the outskirts of Versailles. Then during the 1978 to 1992 period when I would visit France at least 3 times a year I would invariably visit Versailles. Towards the last few years of that period we used to make a point of going to Versailles on weekend just for the pleasure and privilege of uniformed guards smartly sliding open the huge golden gates to let us in! Yep. It was a prerogative afforded to cars with diplomatic plates that had “CD 1” or “CD 2” on them. Essentially a car belonging to an Ambassador.
This is stupid. There was no need for this. As was the case 220 years ago heads should roll.
A friend of mine, a veteran of the Middle East, gave me a heads up on this via an e-mail. His subject line just said “OMG …“. Since I know his idiosyncratic sense of humor I knew it was going to be good.
Didn’t realize that it was that good.
But, to be fair, it is possible that most Arabic men are NOT that familiar with the detailed anatomy of their females. I really don’t know much about them, but I get the feeling that they probably are not into …
And, then AGAIN.
As an expert on Cathedral architecture … there has always been this … and it is explained off as being what it really is supposed to be … welcoming you to enter the … again. Check it out. I kid you not. When I explain this to women they are shocked … because they had never realized it before … but as soon as you point it out … and some of them actually have a small projecting ‘nub’ at the apex (whereas this one just as a circle) ! It is so cute.
Click to ENLARGE. maybe I shouldn’t have said that.