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« Reply #70 on: December 04, 2006 07:08:17 AM »

Wow! 20 months old and your already teaching about that. My son is 20 months as well. I don't think that he would understand at all what I was talking about if I called it a penis. He pokes at his all the time when I change him and give him a bath. But, I don't think he would understand at all what the heck I would be talking about. He just learned to say his sister's name. I don't think that I need him running around the house pointing at his bits and saying penis. I think that you should teach your children and that they should know the correct words for it all. But, in my opinion there is a certain time and place. I want my children to be free to ask questions when their ready and at 5 years, my daughter is doing so now. So we tell her but we don't go into to much detail. Of course this is all my opinion. (well, hubby's too).

...I would rather keep this post nice and not delve into everyone's child rearing ideas. They will always be diffrent than the next person. Since this post is about my vagina quilts and if I should sell them. Let's try to keep it at that. I asked for opinions on those. So thanks for that !!  Cheesy


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« Reply #71 on: January 13, 2007 02:16:44 PM »

These make me happy. (though I wish they were round, not square..)

I absolutely love all the shapes that are distinctly FEMALE.
the curve of a hip into a waist than up to her breast, the uterus, the vagina. legs spread in anticipation of pleasure or of child.

To be fair to others, I can somewhat understand keeping it to your own self, but I am way on the other side of the spectrum, and I love to show that I am not only not ashamed of my femininity, but I embrace it and love it and I wouldnt have it any other way. I am currently embroidering a uterus with flower ovaries, to put on an apron. I have Goddess pillows lining my bed, and paintings and collages of women strewn about my house. I use language such as "cunt" to re-claim the meaning of the word, and to associate it with pride and not of pain.

Men compare their genitalia as a show to say who is better, because that is where they hold their power. That is where they hold their ability to pass themselves on to future generations.

Why dont we see ours the same way? We plug up our periods and get perfumes to cover up the menstral smells. If anything, we should  be the ones showing off our genitalia, after all, we are the ones who GROW the child to pass ourselves (and our mate's selves) onto future generations...

anyway, I could go on for hours, but I wont.
Wonderful quilts.

See the stars from where the birds make their homes staring back at us
Indifferent but distanced perfectly projected endlessly
it's so fucking beautiful
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« Reply #72 on: January 18, 2007 09:39:01 AM »

I'd buy one!

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« Reply #73 on: January 18, 2007 03:10:18 PM »

I love that! Make blocks and sell them. Make a bunch and make a quilt for yourself. Go nuts! I love that idea and your perspective on the female body.

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« Reply #74 on: January 21, 2007 08:55:47 AM »

Thanks all I really appreciate it.

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« Reply #75 on: January 21, 2007 07:43:02 PM »

whats up with people making female organs all of a sudden?

It's not an all-of-a-sudden kind of thing. Look to Judy Chicago and before her, Georgia Okeeffe. Keep going back in time through the histories of art making many women celebrated their bodies through iconography and symbolism. Infact, you know the fish symbol people put on cars? That began thousands of years ago as a symbol for a vagina. Lots of info there, this isn't the place to tell the story. Sorry, I am an artist and have studied women in art for sometime. I am pro-woman... a new feminist. I love my vagina. I love other parts, too, but it's the vagina from which life is born.

If you haven't already posted a tute, I would love some instructions. I am organizing a show of The Vagina Monolouges this spring and maybe I could make a quilt and raffle it off so the proceeds go to a d.v charity. I'm a domestic violence survivor, too, so it would mean a lot to give back to help someone else. Perhaps other craftsters here could make a square of your design and I could assemble it for the show. Hmmmm.... an idea.

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« Reply #76 on: January 22, 2007 03:41:15 PM »

I think they're pretty.  Of course, you could always put a zipper on it and then people could store stuff in their vaginas! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! 

Personally, I wouldn't buy one, but only because my poor husband would have to explain his femmy wife to all of his friends. LOL! On second thought, that would be funny.  Maybe I will buy one!


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« Reply #77 on: February 02, 2007 08:16:22 PM »

I must mention that there is a word out there for vagina images- yonnic (I hope I spelled it right) it's the opposite of phallic.
In my opinion, just keep on making art. Whether it is yonnic or not there are always going to be people out there that will have a problem with it. Just got to keep making what inspires you.
« Reply #78 on: February 05, 2007 11:28:45 AM »

they're really unique, and so beautiful. go for it!

« Reply #79 on: February 05, 2007 07:12:08 PM »

Dollmaker, did you decide not to sell these on Etsy? I was disappointed when I looked at your shop and there were none for sale.

I think they are beautiful. I would love to have one in my bedroom. Its not blatantly sexual, because of the abstractness, and I like that.


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