This Necklace Meant to Resemble Your Lady Parts Is Going Viral
Well now we’ve heard of everything! First it was the Gwyneth Paltrow-recommended jade egg for your nether regions, and now, there’s another item making the internet rounds that’s entirely in celebration of our lady parts — and this one’s meant to be worn loud and proud.
Dubbed the “All-Seeing Vaygena” and going for around $26 USD, these anatomical-shaped necklaces have quickly become a hot Etsy seller — so hot, in fact, that designer Emily Fitzgerald, who has an Etsy shop of wares called Mullummoonflowers, can hardly keep them in stock!
Inspired by fellow artist @tiny_clementine_art, Emily’s yoni pieces, as she calls them (a nod to the Sanskrit term for female genitalia), are made just like the real deal, in all different shapes and sizes, from rainbow versions to ones with glitter. The results have drawn both love and hate from far and wide.
“I have received so much love and so much hate for these designs and it has blown me away,” she wrote, adding, “If you do not like my work that is fine, but I’m not forcing it onto anybody.”
With that being said, she isn’t letting a few negative opinions (including those of her children, whom Emily admits were a bit harsh on her work), get her down.
Instead, she has plans to expand, adding rings and earrings to her lineup (which we’ve got a sneaking suspicion “vagina lady” Lo Bosworth might thoroughly enjoy). Haters gonna hate, arewright? “Playing with a few new little designs today,” she shared earlier this week, saying in a separate post, “I never expected these to be so wildly popular and cannot thank you all enough for the support.”
Better get yours while it’s hot!
Would you wear the Vagenya? Tell us over @BritandCo.
(h/t Refinery 29, photo via @mullum_moonflower)