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article imageAustralian artist introduces us to 'vaginal knitting'

By Owen Weldon     Nov 29, 2013 in Odd News
Casey Jenkins, an Australian artist, will be spending a few weeks knitting with wool placed inside her vagina. She even uses the material when it is soaked with her menstrual blood.
According to Gawker, Jenkins plans on spending 28 days knitting from the wool that has been inserted in her. She went on to describe it as a "confining experience" because she is attached to the knitting.
Jenkins is a former "craftivist," which is a term that she defines as using traditional craft techniques for things such as social or political purposes.
Jenkins said that sometimes the experience is uncomfortable and then there are times when it is arousing. She then said that what emerges is the active sensory performance, as well as a piece of cloth that records the female life in its natural states.
She even admitted to knitting the wool after she has gone through her period. She said the wool is bit tougher to knit because it's moist with her blood.
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