Heesom plays the Brain and Sara Alexander plays the Vulva in this surreal dialogue which spans the ways we feel about our bodies from infancy to adulthood. Brain is uptight and stiff as she processes the messages she learns from men and boys and how to behave, what to hate about her body and why sex is all about pleasing men. Vulva is a sensuous, innocent and feral creature, that Brain constantly tries to discipline and contain. At first Vulva and Brain get along, they play together in the woodchip-covered floor of the cocoon-womb-woodland set, hung with moist ferns, designed by Elizabeth Harper and lit within alternating hues of red and green by Jess Bernberg. The script is beautiful, with its poetic descriptions of erupting orgasms and fear about letting go with a sexual partner.
Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva … review – listen to this clitoris
Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva … review – listen to this clitoris | Stage | The Guardian
See Category:Labeled photographs of human female genitalia for scholarly interest. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. See Category:Labeled photographs of human female genitalia for scholarly interest English: Human vulvas. Esperanto: Vulvo. Subcategories This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total. Media in category "Human vulvas" The following files are in this category, out of total. A 29 year old female sitting with legs open.
Like every other part of your body, every vagina and vulva is different but this page will tell you a bit more about them, what they are for and how they generally work. Although most people tend to say vagina rather than vulva, the vagina is actually the muscular tube which leads from the cervix the opening of the womb to the vulva. As part of your vulva you have two sets of labia — the outer labia and the inner labia. The outer labia are covered in pubic hair, and they can be very fleshy. The inner labia are inside your outer labia, and don't have any pubic hair on them.
Yes I said vulva… right off the bat. I can sense some of you recoiling in discomfort at the word. The Vulva is made up from the clitoris we all know that one right? In the centre we have the vaginal orifice and below that the perineum the area of mainly muscle that separates the vagina and anus.