In all fairness there’s a museum for just about everything else. There are several potato museums worldwide (the most important perhaps being the one in Brussels, which is where french fries got their start), a museum of bad art in the Boston area, and a museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. So why not a vagina museum?
I can actually think of several reasons why not, most of them suggested in a CNN tweet from September advertising what visitors to the since-opened Vagina Museum in London’s Camden Market would learn.
The Vagina Museum will educate visitors about vulvas and vaginas while challenging the prevailing stigma surrounding them, development and marketing manager Zoe Williams told CNN. https://t.co/LQzFSRjqgE
— CNN (@CNN) September 20, 2019
Two weeks ago today, we held a special invite-only party to celebrate the opening of the very first Vagina Museum. @aallenphoto was there to document this historic occasion… pic.twitter.com/ynDRKi7vdN
— Vagina Museum (@vagina_museum) November 29, 2019
So why is any of this newsworthy? Because of the times we live in. We are currently stuck in a period (no pun intended) of history where men are being told they can have a vagina and where kindergartners are being taught in school about anal sex and “fisting.” Which is in no way meant to suggest that I would advocate for teaching young children about any type of sexual pleasuring in the name of sex education. It is age-inappropriate and amoral to do so.
The opening of the vagina museum is a promise that young children will be further brainwashed into accepting the premise that there is a “stigma” surrounding this body part when in fact such bogeymen exist solely in the minds of the aggrieved liberals behind this endeavor. They are the same individuals incidentally who are responsible for drag queen story hours.