Welcome to the Most Haunting Site on the Internet: Casey Jenkins Vagina Knitting
Source – You may associate knitting with grandmas and the Woman’s Institute, but it appears wool and two knitting needles can also be transformed into tools for gender protest.
Casey Jenkins, 34, is at the centre of an unusual piece of performance art, called Casting Off My Womb, in which she is spending 28 days knitting from a ball of wool which she inserted inside her vagina. She is currently halfway through the project.
In a video about the enterprise Casey says: ‘If you take a good, hard look at a vulva, you realize it’s just a bit of a body. There’s nothing that is shocking or scary, you know, nothing that is going to run out and eat you up.
Here’s the link to her website: http://casey-jenkins.com/
Well I’ll never be the same again. The main question that needs to be asked here is how in demand are these vagina knitted items? Are people yearning for these year round? Is her vagina working overtime around the holidays? I don’t want to stifle anyone’s creativity but if I got a vagina scarf for Christmas I’d be pretty upset. Also, maybe Casey should go in a direction with her cover video on the official website. I just think people need to be warned before they click on that site and see a spool of yarn flowing out of Casey’s vagina. The name of the site is caseyjenkins.com. Granted she is a “vagina knitter”, but i did not expect to see the action from that angle. All I know for sure is that I am now forever unclean.
Posted on December 17, 2013, in Average Blog Posts and tagged Casey, Jenkins, knitting, vagina. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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