new reponses added to these v-questionnaires:
names: what do you call it? 
designer vaginas 
and, this one is now available again!
feel free to add your response.
contraception review 
of interest elsewhere online:
Abstinence-Only: It’s Baaack by Andy Kopsa @ Ms. Magazine Blog, DEC 22, 2011.
Why do women menstruate? by PZ Myers @ Pharyngula, DEC 21, 2011.
SWS Fact Sheet: The Menstrual Cycle: A Feminist Lifespan Perspective, prepared by the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.
Your Vagina is a Tomato:Three Ways to Maintain Healthy Vaginal pH and Avoid Vaginitis by MSVAGAINASCIENCE @ Persphone Magazine, OCT 11, 2011.
Teaching Good Sex by Laurie Abraham @ The New York Times Magazine, NOV 16, 2011.
what to tell the girl in my life about menstruation, by Alexandra Jacoby, @ Re:Cycling, the SMCR blog, NOV 24, 2011.
The Vagina and the Vulva..., by paperispatient @ Persephone Magazine, AUG 17, 2011.
Two Good New Books About Your Down There, by Ilene Richman @ The Fertility Awareness Center blog, JUN 26, 2011.
I Am A Slut, Hear Me Purr @ Inside Rose—A portal to the mostly one-track mind of journalist and actor, Rose Cooper, JUL 3, 2011.
Accurate, Responsible, Objective Wimmin’s Health, Guest Post by Katherine Hannan @ Eastern Washington University Women's and Gender Studies blog
Body of Evidence by Rose Cooper @ ON LINE Opinion, DEC 29, 2010
New Year's Resolution: Have Good Conversations by Ilene Richman @ The Fertility Awareness Center blog, DEC 26, 2010
I don't have a 28-day menstrual cycle, and neither should you by Kathryn Clancy, guestblogging @ Scientific American, DEC 23, 2010
The Case of the Missing o.b. Tampons by Natasha Singer @ The NY Times blog: Prescriptions, DEC 22, 2010
great 3-min video on v-anatomy: Betty Dodson Draws the Internal Clitoris in Cariln's blog @ Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross.
I'm excited to announce that you can order the Artist''s Print version of vagina
Yep.You can order a copy of the book here.
Or, to read the text of the book, download a pdf here.
Attend a Sunday Afternoon Salon, where you can view the v-portraits and engage in conversation. Salons take place the third Sunday of the month in NYC.
No salons scheduled at the moment. Stay tuned :)
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what one salonista had to say—
"I did not know that there were so many variations on vagina appearance. I just assumed every vagina looked like mine. I also did not know that as you age your pubs also change colors like your hair. That was so fascinating to me. And, the diva cup, I had no idea existed and I swear for years an invention like that has ran through my head, but never did I speak a word of it."—TS
Last exhibition was:
June 2, 2011, Society for Menstrual Cycle Research Confe rence, Pittsburgh. View the Conference flyer here.
Make Love Not Porn. Cindy Gallop TEDTalk [9min47sec]—hardcore porn, today's sex education...
The Society for Menstrual Cycle Research blog
re: Cycling is the new blog of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research. re: Cycling is
written by members of SMCR about all matters menstrual, especially sociocultural aspects of menstruation and new research about menstruation and women’s health.
The Fertility Awareness Center blog
The FAC provides instruction in Fertility Awareness educates the public about the benefits of Fertility Awareness. The FAC offesr group workshops, private consultations, and lectures. Fertility Awareness (FA) is a system by which a woman can know on what days of her cycle she is fertile. She can use this information to prevent pregnancy, to achieve it, to gain insight into her health, and to be empowered around her sexuality and reproductive health. Contrary to popular belief, Fertility Awareness is NOT the Rhythm Method!