I was already wanting to do a post about all the yoni imagery I'm seeing on signs from yesterday's marches, but the importance of that really hit home for me as I posted a photo in my Stories just now of my baby in the bath and I had to cover her vagina with an emoji. 🦄, of course.
It reminds me of the time I posted a photo of @daughterofthesun_ reading to her and @danielledevincenzo's naked toddlers outside on her summer birthday morning and Instagram took it down because THREE YEAR OLD NIPPLES.
Of course, if the children had all been boys it would've been fine. Cue @genderless_nipples.
And, of course, there was the whole #savedaughterofthesun debacle here on Instagram years ago, when a photo of Mea breastfeeding her daughter while naked in a headstand went viral and was removed from Instagram even though it was taken from the side and zero "inappropriate" body parts were showing.
It's so important that real and stylized images of women's bodies get seen and shared, especially those depicting the most powerful and life-giving body parts doing what they were meant to do. It's time to unporn and desexualize the shit out of women's bodies!!
Keep normalizing the most normal thing on earth y'all, and thank you to Asia of @onewillow_apothecaries 👆🏼and all the others who did just that yesterday! Here at home I wore my amazing Pussy Posse shirt from @motherfungus 🍑