Country: United StatesFirst, congratulations on having the #1 work of art with the vulva as the subject, in the entire history of art. And, you had some major competition; going up against Gustave Courbet.”The Origin of the World.” and...ahhh... errr...hmmm...ahhh, that’s about it, up to and including mainstream film and cable TV. The penis may be filmed, up close, well lit, for an extended period of time, semi-erect, and now, fully erect. Actors equity has give the go ahead for showing a full erection in off-Broadway plays. The vulva, on the other hand has hand one mild exposure with Rasario Dawson in "Trance", unless you want to count the 1/4 second of Sharon Stone’s vulva line, from a distance, in heavy shadow in “Basic Instinct.” Wow, what an uproar that created. It’s still being talked about. Thank you for exposing a history long myth, that the vulva/vagina is ugly, gross, and discusting, and showing the world what it really is; beautiful, diverse, and a defining part of the female anatomy that should be admired, celebrated, and enjoyed by the whole human race, both male and female. 50% of British women and 54% of Australian women have never seen their own vaginas. This must be changed, as well as the words from a Hollywood actress, “You can feel it, you can finger it, you can f**k it, but don’t even think about looking at it."
Job title: Retired (I have a BFA in art from ECUs,NC, 1974)