The Vagina Museum needs your help to open

by Vagina Museum in London, England, United Kingdom

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£48,643

raised in 59 days

1265

supporters

Help us to establish the world’s first bricks and mortar Vagina Museum in Camden Market, London.

by Vagina Museum in London, England, United Kingdom


Julie Williams 18th May 2019

Too many atrocities against women and too little education. Unbelievable that it's still going on it this day and age. We need a voice. This is a wonderful idea. Can't wait to visit!

Mia K Sherman 14th May 2019

I think it's important to show the world that vaginas aren't "dirty." I'm looking forward to bringing my daughter and husband to visit you next time we're in the UK.

Fenella Samways-Dalton 8th May 2019

Things such as pornography have lead people to become alienated to what vaginas look like. There is such a range! I cannot wait for the first exhibition in Camden. I would love to get involved. I'm backing this all the way.

George Burrows 8th May 2019

I love that bodies are being made less of a taboo. I hope that the inclusive basis of the museum will produce more positive representations of trans and non-binary people of all genders.

Vie Portland 7th May 2019

Having seen Florence talk at Bodykind and made b[c]unting with her another time, I love her passion and I really want this to happen. Lots of luck! And I am looking forward to visiting.

Chris Ely 7th May 2019

While I don't have a vagina, I have several friends who do, some of whom have shared theirs with me in the past, and perhaps will again...

Patricia Brennan 7th May 2019

I am so sorry you did not make all the money from the pledge, but I am really glad you are not giving up! I wish I could do more. We need a Vagina Museum!

ASC Chapwell 7th May 2019

Love it! love it! love it! My company Bolder Events just did 6 performances of a musical show HOW AM I LOOKING NOW with 15 women aged 22-75. Among other things it featured a comic scene (yes, really) about labioplasty featuring two women in turkey costumes discussing having their "wattles" trimmed. Audiences were in stitches, especially younger women. We have found comedy and music is a good way in to those "forbidden" frightening subjects. Might this be something that could add to getting the message out there? We have songs and sketches and are making a short film. Best wishes, Clair Chapwell cchapwell@gmail.com

Amanda Pryor 7th May 2019

As a student midwife passionate about all things women, I think the vagina museum has to happen! I can’t wait to visit! X

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