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Statuette of a female vulve called Baubo, terracotta, from Priene, Asia Minor, 4th century BC. Reddit

When did the vulva become obscene?

An ad alluding to the vulva is sparking controversy, but there are few objections to phallic symbols. What explains this difference in treatment?
We have brutal sexual threats, made anonymously, against those who have “transgressed” a particular boundary. Sound familiar? Carole Raddato

Priapus is alive and well in cyberspace – the age-old art of trolling

Brutal sexual threats against perceived trespassers, made anonymously, with the expectation they will be seen as "humorous". Sound familiar? Modern-day trolls belong to a long, and troubling, lineage.

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