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I NEED YOUR HELP
If you have a vulva and want to help other people that have vulvas, then I have something I want to ask you.
Please click here to find out more. Quick word of warning, it does start with a photo of my vulva. But that might give you a clue as to what I need.
This is a Vulva is a sex education and vulva acceptance campaign to stem the rise in labiaplasty.
It's currently run by one woman, Jo (hello).
I'm here to teach people what the vulva is (not a vagina) and celebrate the diversity in genitalia.
We know that when people learn about vulva diversity and see photos and images of vulvas that look like their own, they start to accept their own genitals and feel happier. And who doesn't want a happy vulva?
Here's a few stats for you from the Gynodiversity project, that looked at over 300 vulvas and will help you to see that there is more than just that one type of white, hairless vulva with barely-there labia that is so often seen in mainstream, free porn and medical text books.
73% of vulvas have inner labia that protrude further than the outer labia. That means you can see the inner labia peeking out.
48% of labia are not symmetrical, meaning they look different on each side.
93% of inner labia are textured. So no, you don't need those vulva smoothing masks because vulvas are gloriously textured.
Fun and inclusive vulva workshops to find out more about the vulva. And you get to make a vulva too!
If you've ever wondered whether your discharge was normal or have been embarrassed about it, this is for you.