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Across the course of a year, Laura took photos of the vulvas for her book Womanhood: The Bare Reality, and spoke to each person about what their vulva means to them. Some of the women involved have also been featured in a film for Channel 4 called Vaginas. Then she examined masculinity by photographing penises for Manhood. And after that, Laura considered the project complete. But reading about Female Genital Mutilation, the number of women speaking surgery on their vulvas and the language around how we refer to female body parts made Laura reconsider. The vagina is internal, leading from the cervix to the vulva. Laura told Metro.
To view this content you need to create an account or log in. The best projects will move the world. Martin describes the project as an attempt to capture the difference between how a woman and her partner view her body. But it shouldn't be, as it's a pervasive issue among women that's been swept under the rug. Everyone should feel comfortable in their own skin, and trying to reverse these statistics is a very noble cause. It's not about how many megapixels your camera has, how big your aperture gets, how few clothes your subject is wearing. Those are all merely tools and incomplete building blocks. Without a fully realized vision, you're left with merely a hollow shell regardless of how pretty that shell is. Sean Molin is an award-winning photographer out of Indianapolis who specializes in weddings, portraits, travel, and live music photography. He has had work featured in galleries and in magazines ranging from Popular Photography to Rolling Stone.