A Vagina Museum is coming to London
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It's an unusual concept, but interesting nevertheless. The founder of the Vagina Museum, Florence Schechter, is also a science YouTuber; for one of her videos she was researching 'Top 10 Animal Vaginas' but she simply couldn't find any information. There just isn't enough vagina research out there, it seems; and while there's a penis museum but no vagina museum. Now that just isn't on, talk about equality.
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