If you've ever wanted to deck the halls with boughs of female genitalia, well now you can thanks to one creative Etsy designer. Enter: Suzanne McAleenan. The FeltMelons owner is spreading the message of feminism while giving us a lesson in basic female anatomy - one 'Vaginament' at a time.
Canada-based McAleenan's hand-woven female bits are made from colourful wool-blend felt and have a small metal ball stitched in-between the 'labia'. And while they're a simplified version of a real-life lady garden, no one Vaginament is the same - much like yours and mine.
The ornamental vajazzles have proved so popular McAleenan's had to shut up shop - we're not ovary acting - to allow herself time to catch up on the backlog of orders but she's confident normal cervix will resume as soon as possible. She told Cosmpolitan.com: "My wise friend Carrie pointed out that if the good people can wait three years for a Birkin, they can indeed wait two months for a Vaginament."
If you can't wait that long, McAleenan holds build-your-own-Vaginament sessions five times a month. Find out when the next one is here.
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