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vulva

the external genitals of human females, including the labia, mons veneris, clitoris, and the vaginal orifice
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vulva

[′vəl·və]
(anatomy)
The external genital organs of women.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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So they're very sniffy about the "radical energy" of newbies like the Shoreditch Sisters who sewed a Vulva Quilt in protest against female genital mutilation, sing Kate Bush songs and show solidarity with women in Yarl's Wood detention centre.
Caption: Carolee Schneemann, VULVAS MORPHIA (Granary Books, 1997), front Cover, bound in red velvet.
The first screening exposed one group to a series of images of surgically modified vulvas, one group to a series of non-modified vulvas, and the third group viewed no images.
On that note, I want to tell you that it was actually Carlin who introduced me to my own pussy, or, more precisely, to my own vulva.
With such shame about our vulvas, it isn't surprising that women seek to excise their labia, believing them to be the wrong size or shape.
For the demonstration, we prepared signs and chants, got police permission, and wrote a two-minute piece of street theater entitled "Dr IFFA and the Two Vulvas," with Dr IFFA standing for Dr Interest Free Financing Available, a reference to the financing schemes FGCS surgeons advertised on their sites.
Nearby, multi-colored knitted vulvas created by the International Vulva Knitting Circle were displayed on a table.
En dos de los casos, probables vulva y bovido, se aprovechan accidentes de la roca, tales como bordes rocosos, volumenes, grietas y hoyuelos, cosa repetida en numerosas figuras de esta cueva.
As early as the 16th century, women began using mirrors to examine their vulvas. German paintings from the likes of Hans Baldung Grien depict women, stark naked, "with mirrors between their legs.
These days I think about vulvas almost constantly, only now I do so as a cultural anthropologist.