The Post-Structuralist Vulva Coloring Book demystifies gender and interrogates your assumptions as you are drawn into its mesmerizing patterns, folds, and whorls. By overwhelming the senses with vulvas, you can easily deconstruct the meaning and very existence of this social construct we call the "vulva" and the instructions for living that come with it. Quotations from post-structuralist philosophers accompany the art and can be colored and even edited into new constructs and critiques. Perfect for the recovering graduate student who wants to deconstruct gender without being themselves dismantled by the tools of deconstruction.
About the Authors:
Meggyn Pomerleau is a designer living in Portland. She enjoys cycling, burritos, and her dog.
Elly Blue is a writer and bicycle activist living in Portland, Oregon. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, Grist, Bicycling Magazine online, Bitch Magazine, BikePortland, The Magazine, and Momentum, among other publications. She has been featured on Democracy Now!, in the Oregonian, and on Oregon Public Broadcasting. Along with Joe Biel, she is co-producer and director of Groundswell, a series of movies about people using bicycling to make their communities better and a co-owner of Microcosm Publishing.