The famous book and play Vagina Monologues sets light on this perspective, too: But no, this is an external thing, perhaps we should get started somewhere else, just by loving it because it's a gate to our innermost selves. And it's wanted, desired, loved and pampered. Why do we handle all functional disorders and diseases linked to it as a taboo? Just because it's ours. It enables human beings the deepest connection, and happens to be the path to life itself:
Mina. you want to know more about me,you are invited to politely ask me your questions; but i assure you that there is no concern that i cannot handle; if you start with my psycho, you will find out a great lover of novelty and movies, theather,sports,travell, clubs,cars...my list is unending..so are my special skills, which i will list on the special form of this site....just wait
The message is clear:
The female sexual organ, have you seen it?
As you can see it in the above-mentioned video — and experience it when you talk to women a bit more confidentally — several women do not even feel the need to take a look at their private parts. Even if you have no clue what your vagina should be like, we have a clear vision of it. Why are thousands of women — what is more, even men — arguing about the importance of vaginal birth, as if this was the only way to true womanhood? Just because it's ours. It enables human beings the deepest connection, and happens to be the path to life itself: