Genitals in the Wild

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Genitals In The Wild: The Australian Garden

I found this genital in the wild at the Australian Garden, just outside Melbourne. There is a whole row of these well-endowed trees in the midst of beautiful indigenous flora. While I doubt the phallic trees were intentional, I thought the fertility imagery was quite appropriate for such a lush garden. See more Genitals in the Wild photos. Learn about MSP posts as they happen by following us on Twitter @mysexprofessor. Continue Reading →

Genitals In The Wild: Tiles In The Texas Capitol

This is my first genitals in the wild post, huzzah! I was visiting Austin, TX for the first time recently, and toured the state capitol building (being a history nerd, I enjoyed all the historical tidbits our very enthusiastic guide divulged). The building’s architecture is gorgeous, and featured some intriguing arrangements of floor tiles that were not, probably, intentional: Continue Reading →

Genitals in the Wilds: It Looks like a C**k!

I certainly seen my share of phallic images bouncing from the necklaces of bachelorettes in the East Village (a point not entirely absent of its own cock-like shape, considering its location on the isle of Manhattan) every weekend, but I’ve yet to come across such a compilation of genitals in the wild as this one: Ben and Jack’s It Looks like a C**k! I love that these authors have turned the guessing game of “Does that really look like a…?” in daily life into an amusing stocking stuffer, shower gift or tabletop display. Certainly something to get the conversations going! See more Genitals in the Wild photos. Continue Reading →

Genitals In The Wild: Coffee Break

Melbourne is famous for its coffee and the baristas pride themselves on their foamy art, the heart being the most common design.  Yesterday, my latte was presented to me upside-down and I noticed that the foam resembled something altogether anatomically different. Tee hee. See more Genitals in the Wild photos. Learn about MSP posts as they happen by following us on Twitter @mysexprofessor. You can also follow Kate McCombs, the author of this post, @katecom or make friends with us on Facebook. Continue Reading →

Genitals In The Wild: The Phallic Outlet

I have a direct view of this outlet from my seat in class every Tuesday and Thursday.  The only thing I can think about when I look at it is how phallic it is.  It is the only one like it on the whole wall and I have no idea what the extra design around the outlet is for. I like to think that it is a private joke among the people who built the room. See more Genitals in the Wild photos. We hope you’ll follow us on Twitter @mysexprofessor and make friends with us on Facebook. Continue Reading →

Genitals in the Wild: More Genital Trees!

A while back, I posted a photo I took of a remarkably vulva-like tree. Funny or Die recently outdid me with a whole post devoted to trees that resemble genitalia. Some are quite obviously photoshopped, but I enjoyed them nonetheless. See more Genitals in the Wild photos. Image courtesy of Funnyordie.com

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Genitals in the Wild: Another Vulva Modcloth Dress

It doesn’t get much obviously vulva-like than this. Although Modcloth refers to this as their “well wrought dress”, it is clearly a vulva there around the dress-wearer’s vulva, right? This isn’t the first time Modcloth has gone the vulva route. There was that giant pink vulva dress back in May. Of course, they’re no Anthropologie, who seems to put out one octopussy dress or female reproductive parts dress or vulva-themed bikini after another. Continue Reading →

Genitals in the Wild: The Coffee Bean Vulva Version

Recently we traveled through the Indianapolis airport and stopped in an airport coffeeshop. And what did we see? Well, the better question is what did I – with my vulva-colored lenses – see? A bunch of vulvas hanging on their wall. Some might say that they’re supposed to be coffee beans and certainly I can see the resemblance. Continue Reading →