A post depicting a sculpture “for nudity” on a social media platform was removed because the rules allow for genital mutilation only.
New research has found that about a quarter of 16- to 24-year-olds and 15 percent of 25- to 34-year-olds consider cutting or bleaching a vagina on their own.
Of the researchers who surveyed 2,000 people, 13 percent of children between the ages of 16 and 34 plan to have surgery on their vagina.
According to a study by Period Care brand Callie, the campaign was carried out jointly with the Vaginal Museum, and found that about one-third of adults between the ages of 1 and 35 were worried that their vulva was not normal.
Hundreds of testimonials sharing personal stories and comments of the women who welcomed the campaign were lost when a post on the Vagina Museum’s Instagram page was taken down. The post received 6,000 likes.
Zoe Williams of the Vagina Museum said: “It’s amazing – when we want to talk about vulva and share perfectly natural images on our bodies, we face censorship.
“What is normal cannot be shown, but how can people learn what is normal? Now is the time to amend these rules. “
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An Instagram spokesperson said Independent He is investigating the matter.
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