While vulva shirts are not quite replacing the fake-old-school “Sesame Street” and “Connect 4″ kinds of shirts one sees in places like Hot Topic, Urban Outfitters and many thrift shops, vulva clothes and jewelry are indeed becoming more popular. Although I would like to think that my first appearance on The Tyra Banks Show – with my Wondrous Vulva Puppet in tow – had something to do with this cultural shift, my guess is that the shift is better attributed to the many V-Day events around the world that feature The Vagina Monologues and a range of vulva-like products. This, after all, is how I first became aware of chocolate vulva pops and first started painting vulva greeting cards (the latter is a story for another day).
Anyway, I recently came across this vulva skirt on etsy. Who wants one? You do? Well, you can find one here. Wear it with vulvalicious pride.