But no longer does one need to scour the web in hopes of stumbling on these vaginal doppelgängers (or, voppelgängers), thanks to a new Instagram account dedicated entirely to the genre.
Created by Los Angeles-based duo Eva Sealove and Chelsea Jones, the account—aptly titled "Look at this pussy"—has already attracted more than 7,600 followers, and it's gaining more by the hour. Shocking, I know.
But if you think the account is just some excuse to gawk at pseudo lady bits, you're wrong. The 25-year-old creators are proud feminists out to teach the world that every vagina is beautiful.
"I wanted to create a space where people can feel like ‘it’s normal to feel like this’ or ‘it’s normal that I look like this.’ Everything is a pussy and everything about a pussy is beautiful," Jones told Bullett Magazine in a recent interview. "I don’t want anyone to ever feel shame about that and this is sort of a way for us to drive home that message, and be funny with it, too."
Sealove echoed this sentiment, adding, "We’re militantly anti-shame … There’s a sense of fun with an underlying serious tone, that’s hopefully conveyed. I think when you are a female and you walk through this world in a female body, there are things specific to that experience because of the existing power structure. LATP is a comment on that, rather than a sign-waving, furious thing.”
In curating the account, Jones and Sealove drive home their feminist mission with irreverent captions. But go ahead—see for yourself. We've gathered a few winners below.
"Here she is: the apple. the temptress fruit. Eve saw this delicious treat in the garden (allegedly) and was like wow yeah I'm hungry and she bit into this healthy snack and now everyone hate woman worldwide. the pussi have come full circle."
"Couple of #important things to remember today and everyday: you are the CEO of your own body. if it feel like someone is trying to usurp this power from you, please decolonize them from your body and and exorcise them from your life!!! tell them to coup d’eatit and gtf away from me and my pussy. be your own."
"Let's talk about fecundity, and the moon, and how it's 2015 and the existential trauma of shedding a physical piece of yourself is still aggressively absorbed into the daily routine and how it's still something we hide from one another under our desks @ the office, and how its still something we pretend isn't happening to us. This is a citrus pussy. She's not sour she's just being her damn self."
Taryn Hillin is Fusion's love and sex writer, with a large focus on the science of relationships. She also loves dogs, Bourbon barrel-aged beers and popcorn — not necessarily in that order.