The fifteenth picture in the vulva art project series features a naturally hairy vagina and butt. While brazilian waxes and laser hair removal are increasing in popularity, there is also a growing movement of women who are opting for a natural look and allowing their pubic hair to grow. Which group do you fall into?
Many aesthetic clinics offer anal bleaching as a cosmetic treatment, even through the use of bleaching products in such a sensitive area can be harmful to the skin. The fourteenth picture in the vulva art project series is called Darkened Labia Minora and Anus. It is aimed at showcasing and celebrating the normal variations in pigmentation that many women have.
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Here is the thirteenth installment in the vulva art project series called Vagina on Canvas. It features a photo of a vulva with spread labia minora on a textured artist’s canvas, with text overlaid it.
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The twelfth installment in the vulva art project series is called Long Labia Minora. This image is aimed at showcasing the beauty of a woman’s vulva which has more prominent inner labia visible.
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The eleventh installment in the vulva art project is called Spread Latina Labia. This blog is aimed at promoting diversity of body types, and unfortunately there is not a lot of ethnic diversity among the submissions that we receive. Women of all racial and ethnic backgrounds (who are over 18) are welcome to contribute to the site.
To contribute or to inquire about being featured in the Vulva Art Project, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the tenth picture in the vulva art project series – an artistic and risqué photo entitled Pierced Clitoris in Fishnets.
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The ninth installment in the vulva art project series – abundant pubic hair.
The picture depicts female genitalia with pubic hair which has not been shaved, waxed or trimmed.
Contrary to earlier fashion trends, many modern women are allowing their pubic hair to grow out, which has many benefits including providing cushioning and protection against chafing, and providing protection against bacteria.
The 8th latest installment in the vulva art project series is this dramatic image called Seasons of Vulva which depicts a vulva surrounded by orange leaves during the fall.
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Here is photo 7 in the vulva art project series – thick pubic hair on vulva.
Going completely bare down there has been the fashion in recent years. However, pubic hair is making a comeback. It also serves a whole lot of useful purposes such as providing padding to the pubic area to avoid chafing, and providing protection against bacteria!
Photo 6 in the vulva art project series – labia sketch.
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