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Anatomically Correct Vagina Underwear Might Come In Handy Actually

Anatomically Correct Vagina Underwear Might Come In Handy Actually

British student/artist Eleanor Beth Haswell, 18, made the anatomically correct underthings as part of her senior high school project called “Why Are You So Afraid Of Your Own Anatomy,” about the ways in which women are scared and uncomfortable with their own bodies. But as some of the reaction to the underwear, which labels the various parts of the vulva and vagina, has, uh, underscored, women are not the only ones who can be squicky about their anatomy. “Laughable,” complained one (male) Twitter user. “Something of a buzzkill,” wrote another. And of course, “I just can’t.” Yeah, I bet you can’t, dude. Sadly, this bra and underwear set isn’t available for purchase, otherwise they’d be at the top of my panty drawer, ready to be pulled out the next time someone needed a lesson in female anatomy. (See a few more shots after the jump!) [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

We Mourn The Loss Of The Penis Spine

Men, guess what? Your peni were supposed to have a spines like the peens of the bean weevil (left) and the marmoset. From a scientific perspective, said penile spine is meant to “grip the walls of the female’s opening” for more productive fertilization. The penis spine is also thought to clean other male sperm out by abrading the female vagina after she’s been doing it with multiple males. Tsk tsk, slutasauruses. Gosh, the penis spine sounds lovely and very comfortable. Unfortunately, our DNA took an unexpected turn and the gene required to form the penis spine molecularly short circuited. In turn, our men developed bigger brains and our women a penchant for monogamy. A very sweet evolutionary tale. Maybe I’ll write an illustrated children’s book about it. [Live Science] Keep reading »

A Flesh Hoodie For The Dudes

Is this real? It’s what appears to be a hoodie for guys that almost perfectly resembles real flesh. I’m not sure how I feel about this one. Those nipples? That farmer’s tan? Still, I do appreciate what appears to be a hint of a six-pack. I’m going to go out on a limb and assume they don’t make a female version. You’d have to beat the boys off with a stick. [Don't Panic] Keep reading »

A Shirt That Shows Off Your Spine

Check out this spine-tingling singlet from PLAY by Sarah Reilly. This white, low-dipping tank features a vintage print of an exposed spinal column running down the middle of the racerback. The color? Well, bone, of course. It’ll set you back $79. We’d pair it with some creepy chic jewelry for maximum anatomical effect. [Street Anatomy] Keep reading »

It’s A Uterus. No, It’s A Vase. Oh, Wait. It’s A Vase In The Shape Of A Uterus.

At first, I thought this was a toothbrush holder in the shape of a uterus and fallopian tubes. Then, I realized it was a flower vase in the shape of a uterus and fallopian tubes. I suppose putting flowers in a porcelain replica of your reproductive organs is slightly less weird than putting your toothbrush in a porcelain replica of your reproductive organs. Either way, weird. The object is a collaboration between The Plug and Stéphanie Rollin, who explain it thusly: “the statuary exquisiteness of this silky porcelain-like vase of pure pastiness gives its decorum back to an inherent human topic that these days has become the distinguished theme of over-consumed erotic metaphors.” Um, excuse me? I have no idea what that means, but the vase would make for an interesting Mother’s Day gift, no? [Street Anatomy] Keep reading »

Show Off Your Rib Cage With This Anatomical Necklace

Queen Michelle at Kingdom of Style found this out-there rib cage necklace by way of Bitching & Junkfood. If exposed ribs and a bit of spine are your style, this is the jewelry for you. Made of perspex, the piece was created by London-based Spanish designer Patricia Nicolas. Anatomical correctness doesn’t come cheap, though. It’ll set you back £330.00, or around $525. [Kingdom of Style] Keep reading »

Skeleton Jewelry For The Ghoulish Girl

Have a taste for the strange? Feeling a bit dark? In the mood for something ghoulish yet glittery? Check out this hand-jewelry created by twentysomething-year-old designer Delfina Delettrez Fendi, a fourth-generation member of the Fendi family. For a mere $24,000, you can own this jewel-encrusted piece of wearable art that’s part bracelet, part ring, and part exposed human anatomy. It’s a bit like the unique hand-piece Lorraine Schwartz designed for Beyonce that you can see here, but this one’s more romantic than robotic. Ectoplasmosis observes: “You’ll be the envy of just everyone as you sway to the strains of Sisters of Mercy, twenty-four thousand dollars of jewel encrusted carpals and silver metacarpals shining under the dim, dim lights.” If you could afford it, would you rock it? Keep reading »

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