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Permanent Exhibition

From A to V

The gynaecological anatomy is a part of the body roughly half of all humans have, yet it is shrouded in stigma and shame.


The lack of understanding, representation and information around the vagina, vulva and whole gynaecological anatomy means that it is a taboo subject for many people. This build up of stigma leads to many negative impacts on people’s lives. We believe it is a part of the body that should be celebrated. 

Through dedication to learning, open discussion and intersectional feminism, we can make this happen. We believe all people should know that there is nothing offensive or shameful about our bodies. 

This exhibition covers four main areas: anatomy, health, vulva diversity and activism.

Opening late 2023

photo of a vulva

Image: Gynodiversity

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