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November 29, 2009

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Karen M

"boasts a wingspan of 69 inches."

Wingspan? It flies?

apotheosis

This shop is a consistent favorite on regretsy.com - and obviously not without reason.

AntiCitizenOne

> purple satin vagina pillow, complete with clitoris, glass beads and 4 inch vaginal canal

Is it dry clean only?

JuliaM

"...4 inch vaginal canal..."

It's modelled on Katie Price, then?

Or...is that the length?

SG

These are human organs, right?

mlrosty

Great. Now I can get those body positive penis cushions.

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=9158902

Jason Bontrager

Doesn't the uterus exist primarily to provide a growth environment for a male-initiated parasitic entity? Isn't it, therefore, a symbol of masculine oppression of womyn? Shouldn't it be reviled and rejected rather than embraced? Why are feminists embracing their biological shackles rather than having them surgically removed for public immolation?

I'm confused...

princetrumpet

Proof positive that people will buy absolutely anything. Unbelievable.

jummy

jason,

that would be correct if these items were "sewn". these are "soft sculptures".

KJ

"As you can see, it's a celebration of womanhood"

LOL

sk60

The Utera Maxima looks like Mr Tickle.

http://www.emotasia.com/wp-content/uploads/mr-tickle.jpg

ojo

What if the dog starts humping one of these things? Will they still be "body positive"?

Dr. Westerhaus

Those vulva amulets are pretty classy actually - I might get myself one. Not sure what that will symbolise, in terms of the greater effort, but hey, it's a free planet. And I'm hardly going to put a pair of balls around my neck...;)

David

When it comes to amulets I prefer something a little less explicit.

http://davidthompson.typepad.com/davidthompson/2008/04/mutant-aperture.html

Dr. Westerhaus

Is it time for Hube™ yet? Another 'lonely person device' from Westerhaus Labs...;)

http://www.pwhole.com/dump/hube/Hube01.jpg

David

Heh. We really ought to get those babies rolling into production.

George

Does anyone remember those hand-knitted, teddy-bear ersatz placentas?

Anna

"Does anyone remember those hand-knitted, teddy-bear ersatz placentas?"

These?

http://www.boingboing.net/2009/10/08/arts-crafts-and-hoo-.html

Or these?

http://blog.rifftrax.com/2009/01/25/knitted-placenta-anyone/

BackwardsBoy

...and just in time for Christmas!

J. Peden

But, in the end, there just ain't nothin' really quite like a pacifier, huh, gals?

I blame teh Patriarchy!

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