Angelika Beck, Hattersheim,Studienleiterin, Oberstudienrätin.
Jawahir Cumar, Düsseldorf Dolmetscherin. founder of Stop Mutilation e.V.
Claudia Gehrke, Tübingen Verlegerin and publicist, Konkursbuch Verlag.
Ulrich Grolla, Dortmund Fotodesigner and author.
Dr. med. Marion Hulverscheidt, KasselMedizinwissenschaftlerin, doctor, our medical history consultant.
Bella Joy, Magdeburg, Eroticmodell.
Dr. med. Dominik von Lukowicz, Munich, Specialist in plastic and aesthetic surgery.
Dr. Laura Méritt, Berlin, Communication scientist and sex educator.
Dr. med. Marwan Nuwayhid, Leipzig, Specialist in gynecology, medical director of Lanuwa Ästhetik Klinik.
Dr. Mithu Melanie Sanyal, Düsseldorf, Cultural scientist, Journalist and Author.
Dr. med. Uta Schlossberger, Köln, Specialist in skin and venereal diseases.
Wilfried Schneider, Bonn. Graduate educator and consultant for public relations at the Federal Test Center for Media Harmful to Young People.
Helga Seyler, Hamburg, Gynecologist in the family planning center Hamburg.
Daniela Stegemann, Berlin, Sex educator.
Dr. med. Christoph Zerm, Herdecke, Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
„Showing the vulva drives bears and lions away, makes the wheat grow taller, calms storm surges, and demons are afraid of it. The devil runs away. Showing the vulva saves the world.”
(Dr. Mithu Melanie Sanyal)
From circumcision to intimate surgery, from the fertility goddess Baubo to protection (labia) mantel-Madonna, VULVA 3.0 – BETWEEN TABU AND TUNING paints a diverse picture of the vulva and its representations. A passionate, entertaining and instructive plea for a blunt, relaxed and self-confident way of dealing with the vulva and female sexuality.
Cosmetic surgery has a new area of responsibility: the (path) optimization of the vulva – the external female genitalia. Based on this development, VULVA 3.0 – BETWEEN TABU AND TUNING offers an entertaining, surprising and, last but not least, enlightening view of female intimate regions. It is about perception and representation, about visibility and hiding, about voluntary modeling and ritual mutilation, about anatomical errors and historical perspectives, about censorship and celebration of the vulva and thus female sexuality.
The activist against female genital mutilation Jawahir Cumar, the well-known publicist Dr. Mithu Melanie Sanyal, the medical historian Dr. Marion Hulverscheidt, the publicist of the erotic yearbooks “My Secret Eye” Claudia Gehrke, the inventor of the “MS 5/2 model of the female sexual organs for teaching” Angelika Beck, the operator of the “Sex Exclusivity Salon” and editor of “Women’s body seen anew” Dr. Laura Méritt and several co-founders of the Society for Aesthetic and Reconstructive Intimate Surgery GAERID e.V.