World first vagina museum to open in London in November – After crowdfunding raises $62000

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World first vagina museum to open in London in November - After crowdfunding raises $62000
World first vagina museum to open in London in November - After crowdfunding raises $62000

The worlds first museum dedicated solely to vaginas will open in London in November after a crowdfunding campaign raised almost $62,000 for the same. The museum aims to educate visitors about vulvas and vaginas while; challenging the prevailing stigma surrounding them.

Founder FlorenceSchechter got the museum's idea after discovering a museum dedicated to penises in Iceland. A beautiful homage to women everywhere, read on to find out more about the first-ever museum decided to glory what makes a woman herself.

Striking at first glance under Florence Schechter developed the concept for the Vagina Museum after discovering a museum dedicated to penises in Iceland, the Icelandic Phallological Museum, but no counterpart for vaginas.

World  first vagina museum to open in London in November - After crowdfunding raises $62000
World-first vagina museum to open in London in November – After crowdfunding raises $62000

Schechter and her team subsequently launched a campaign on Crowdfunder, initially aiming to raise£300,000. There’s nothing shameful or offensive museum will open on November 16 in a temporary location in London’s Camden Market, with an exhibition entitled Muff Busters:

Vagina Myths and How to Fight Them. The exhibition will challenge pervasive myths about the vagina and vulva, Williams stated that such as that vaginas and vulva need to be cleaned through the use of bespoke feminine cleaning products; however, the vagina is completely self-cleaning.

Say it loud and proud comedy and theater events, craft workshops and educational talks will take place at the museum, she said, which will help to raise funds for a permanent location…

The museum’s mission statement asserts that it will also act as a forum for feminism, women’s rights, the LGBT+ community and the intersex community, challenge heteronormative and cisnormative behavior and promote intersectional, feminist
and trans-inclusive values.

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