Vagisil is shilling vanilla-clementine intimate wipes to young people by implying that their bodies are gross.
According to a new survey, more than half of men are uncomfortable discussing gynecological health with their partner—and only one in five feels confident flagging any potential health issues they might notice down there, like unusual discharge or a lump.
With mixed results.
And they all stared back at mine.
An exhibition of nudes got photographer Bob Jones thinking about the body part seldom represented in art—the vulva.
They're a response to a growing number of Australian women wanting to change the structure and appearance of their healthy vaginas.
Laura Méritt has been organizing a celebration of the vulva every March for nearly ten years.