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101 Vagina Guest Book: Sydney, June 2013

Here are the lovely messages from the guest book we had at the 101 Vagina Exhibition and Festival of the Vagina at 107 Projects gallery space in Sydney in June.

Enjoy :)

“This is very moving” Lucy

“What a beautiful exhibition <3  Thank you! I love 107 Projects”

“Good on you for challenging society and their norms. Mind-opening exhibition, friendly!” Jana x 19yrs

“I love vaginas! Just call me the Pussy Monster!! :)”

“A vag equals 1000 words”

“An exhibition like this gives me such a large sense of positivity for me and my yoni’s future! Thank you  xxxxx”

“I think is awesome!!! No such thing a weird vagina but as diverse!! Vaginas!! :)”

“That was just amazing. Thanks.” E

“About time to demystify the vagina. Thanks.” Michael

“So exciting to see such a big turnout! And so many beautiful cints!”

“WOMDERFUL <3 <3 VFS 4 JD”

“I love my furry biscuit”

“Very enlightening!”

“Go vaginas!”

“Love vagina thoughts. Love woman.”

“Sometimes we aren’t gifted with what we want or need or so we change our bodies to suit their needs and wants. I’m going to enjoy what will be recrafted”

“I’m making a gina.” 3yr A.

“Dear Vagina Curators, I found this exhibition overall a bit saddening… Firstly, I saw no vaginas that were of a sort I had not seen before. Yet I know the purpose of this exhibit is to expose something most people never think about. The saddest part is that many of the women in the exhibit, and the women whose vaginas I have worshipped, are very insecure. Maybe if more people look at and embrace vaginas, this whole sorry situation would never happen? That’s why this exhibit is ultimately uplifting!!!” J

“Make every day Vagina Day! <3”

“Redfern 4 vaginas!”

“Fan-fucking-tastic!”

“I never thought much about my vagina, so I’ll have to do some more thinking. It’s lovely to see that there are so many women who have such loving and positive feelings about their vaginas. Thank you!”

“Celebrate! Joy! Beauty! The only shame here is on those closeminded people who complained to the police, for surely they have the most to learn from this glorious and honest display of Nature, the mother of us all?”

“Glad this exhibition took place. Since the vagina monologues not much done to erase taboos and talk/celebrate femininity. Thank you!”

“Punani, yay! Thank you for helping women reclaim their bodies and sexuality! Most of all, to be proud of our genitals and not worry about the shame that society has placed on their exposure! Worship the vagina!” Chloe

“Thank you for your exhibition. It’s sad in some ways it’s taken a man to make me feel this empowered by my vagina. But that’s ok. I love my vagina. xx”

“Wow, Liberating! They are all so beautiful. Let’s celebrate the vajayjay!” LJ xx

“Very good! Thanks for the pics and the writings.” Sofia

“”Vaginas of the world, Release yourselves!!” <3 cunt lover

“Embrace our truly sacred cunts!”

“Growing up is a strange thing, and as a women you are usually taught to keep your vagina and all its taboos to yourself. We are very much conditioned in this society to feel embarrassed to speak up about sex, our moonflow (period), pap smears etc. How ridiculous. Women need to feel support from not just other women, but from men also. We can’t have men screwing up their faces at the term ‘period’ but see their faces light up as soon as ‘sex’ is mentioned. As far as I am concerned it is all sacred, as it is a place of pleasure and creation.

When I was younger I used to want surgery on my labia minor, as I have a-symmetrical vaginal lips. I waited years and years for one to catch up with the other! I like symmetry, and thought it was the universes way of bringing me out of my comfort zone.

I soon started to really respect the fact that I was a little different, and alas, found out I really wasn’t that different at all, because many women experience this. One of my friends told me that it was cute, because it looks like my vagina is poking its tongue out! Now my friends and I laugh about it, and they sometimes call me A-Sym, and I feel complete in the fact that I am me and I am beautiful. I would rather not live up to a playboy portrait. Lets get all the REAL women out here! and EMBRACE OUR TRULY SACRED CUNTS!”

Taj x