June/July 2009

This past November, two women wearing giant plush vulva costumes were shouting on a street corner in New York City. But they weren't trying to reel in tourists; these vulvas had a purpose. They were standing in front of the Manhattan Center for Vaginal Surgery, performing a short play entitled "Dr. Interest-Free Financing and the Two Vulvas," part of a creative, eye-catching protest against vaginal cosmetic surgery. There was even a brief cameo from a giant pair of scissors. Fifteen years ago, "The Designer Vagina" would simply have been a good name for a band.
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