Have you ever been self-conscious about your vulva? About ninety percent of you probably have. To help you overcome your insecurities about it, we created Gynodiversity. Marvel, compare and it will become clear that there is no 'standard' vulva and that yours is perfectly normal too.
NOTE – To be as inclusive as possible, yet keep things manageable at the same time, whenever we use the words women, woman, girls, girl, she and her on this website and in any of our other publications, we actually refer to any person with a vulva.
Adolescent girls and young women in particular are often self-conscious about the appearance of their vulva. Pictures of vulvae in adult magazines and websites are usually selected or even edited for a tidy, desirable appearance. This creates an unrealistic image of what real-life vulvae actually look like. Therefore, many girls and women do not know what can be considered normal. Their insecurities can be largely eliminated by showing what real-life vulvae look like.
That's our mission; showing the vulva of as many different real-life women, to empower the young women who feel these anxieties, because they can see now that their vulva is perfectly normal.
the second edition of our book is available,
order your copy today!
It is finally here, completely rewritten in more robust and more accurate terminology. The second edition of volume one of Gynodiversity: an illustrated atlas of female genital variation. It is available as a hardcover book consisting of 120 glossy, full-colour pages. It contains over 500 women in 556 different photos printed in life size.
we need you!
Gynodiversity is completely crowd-sourced. All the vulvae it consists of were contributed by brave women who support our cause and want to help other women. To make our mission a success, we need your (or your partner's) help as well. The variation in morphological anatomy of the vulva is downright huge. In order to show the full spectrum, we need as many contributions as we can get.
All contributions are completely anonymous and secure. We get that the idea of exposing yourself like that might be a bit scary, but it is necessary to finally break the taboo that still surrounds the vulva.