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This blog is dedicated to freedom and love. There are too many subjects that are considered taboo in our society. Cuntlove WANTS to talk about these things.
When you freely share personal stories and experiences with others you give them the opportunity to learn something about themselves along the way.
Cuntlove says BAH to silence and to appropriate subjects of conversation. There is always a time and a place to talk about how you experience yourself and your body in this world.
About the Author
My name is Olga Wolstenholme and this is my blog.
You can follow me on twitter here or add me on facebook here. Cuntlove is my primary blog at the moment, but you can also check Olga Wolstenholme: Writer to keep abreast of what I’m working on. There’s also Pulpwood and Mimi Paris. If you would like to contact me my email address is olgawolstenholme (at) gmail (dot) com.
The Idea Behind Cuntlove
A little over a year ago, I read the Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler for the first time and as those of you who have read it already know, it’s a great book. I suppose that what I had read was still lingering in my mind when a few weeks later my coworker and I started to talk about our cunts. She was on her way to the pharmacy on her break to buy toilet paper for the office and some baby wipes. Since she doesn’t have a kid, I asked her: “Why the baby wipes?” It turns out that she uses them when she doesn’t feel so fresh down there. I had never heard of anyone doing that. Oh, I mean sure, I know they sell feminine hygiene wipes at the pharmacy, but I always assumed they were something that women never actually use, like vaginal douches.
This little information session turned into a full-blown conversation about our cunts. The theme being: what do you do with your vagina? My co-worker suggested that that would be a great name for a book. Eventually, we moved on to different topics of conversation, but as the days went by I kept thinking about it and came to the conclusion that IT would be a great topic for a book.
I decided to do a little snooping around to see if I could find any books like this out on the market and I came across Cunt: A Declaration of Independence by Inga Muscio. It’s AMAZING! I really can’t recommend it enough. It inspired me to write about subjects that matter to me.
My original idea expanded and shifted, like most ideas do, and I decided to create Cuntlove: a blog dedicated to sex-positivity and education, as well as basic human rights and my personal bullshit.