Women are more open about their bodies than ever before. From the #freethenip movement, to the daring menstrual marathon statement from Kiran Gandhi, there is more pride in the female form than ever before. And yet, there seems to be one last Everest to climb: accepting all vaginas, regardless of what they look like.
Perturbed by the trend for “vaginal rejuvination” that sees women heading to the cosmetic surgeon to get their bits “tidied up”, Dr Rebecca Huntley and Sarah MacDonald took on the topic on this week’s Debrief Daily podcast. And during their conversation, they got into (so to speak), something I had actually never heard of: outie vaginas. How was this possible? As the daughter of a doctor, I was pretty sure I knew everything about everything when it came to our fanny region from before I could even use a fork. So how had the concept of an outie vagina passed me by?