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The Doctors welcome Florence Schechter, who is leading an online campaign to build the first museum dedicated to the vagina. She tells us she conceived of the idea after finding out there is a penis museum in Iceland.
"There's no vagina equivalent anywhere in the world and when I discovered this, I was really upset. But there was only one way to fix it and that's to make one," she shares.
She explains that her goal with the museum is to educate people on how normal the vagina is and to debunk the notion that there is anything wrong with this area of the female body.
"There's nothing gross about them, there's nothing disgusting, I think it is something that should be celebrated," she explains. "Mostly the reaction [to the idea of the museum] had been totally positive."
If you would like to donate to the building of the museum, visit www.vaginamuseum.co.uk.