Know Your Vulva

Know Your Vulva

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You probably call it your vagina (or your va-jay-jay) and it does go by many names, but really it's your vulva. And did you know that your vulva is not your vagina. Join Binderful's resident female anatomy expert, and sexual & reproductive health consultant, Angela LeMire, as she exposes the secrets of your nether regions.

From Angela:

This body-positive class will teach you the difference between the vulva and the vagina, anatomy and physiology of the vulva, how to deeply explore your own vulva by performing a vulvar self-examination, and the art and history of the vulva. Using humor, honesty, and kindness, this class gives women a way to consider and intimately interact with their bodies in a way that is liberating and empowering.

You'll begin building vulva self-esteem while feeling more prepared to have informed conversations with others about the awesomeness of the vulva.

Instructor: Angela LeMire

Class Length: 7 Days

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How it works

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About the Instructor

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Angela is a sexual and reproductive health consultant. She is committed to empowering women and adolescents to take control of their sexual and reproductive health, so that they are empowered to be kind and courageous humans, continue their education, further their careers, and plan their future, including when and whether to start a family.

Angela’s passions include educating women to feel better about themselves, their bodies, their lives, and the power of their reproductive organs.


Excerpt from Class Day 1

Say My Name

Many vulva owners have never looked “down there” and many express concerns that their genitals look “different” or “abnormal”. The word vulva and the vulva organ have remained more of a taboo. We continue to whisper about it and use euphemisms and patronizing nicknames (i.e. cunt, va-jay-jay, box, pussy, beaver, twat, and muff), instead of correct terminology. 

Know Your Vulva asks you to commit to unlearning the nonsense, shame, limiting beliefs and insecurity you’ve been taught about vulvas, and start filling yourself with respect and admiration instead.

Once you learn more about the vulva, you’ll be amazed by how you will start to respect and appreciate it for what it does. Because seriously, vulvas are awesome.

The Other V Word

Let’s get this common question out of the way first. Are the vulva and the vagina the same thing? No, they are not. It’s important to know the difference because terminology does matter...