Vaginal Calligraphy Gets Creator Kicked Out Of China Artists Association

Do you know what “vaginal calligraphy” is? Yeah, didn’t think so. It’s basically exactly as it sounds: a woman using her vagina to write calligraphy. Some people consider it an art form, while others think it’s just plain wrong.


A Chinese artist has recently been banned from the China Artists Association (CAA) for producing a multimedia art piece featuring vaginal calligraphy. Sun Ping, the artist who created the controversial artwork called “Bu Zhi Dao” (I don’t know) in 2006, said his motivation for creating this piece was to question social norms.


“If art is revered why can’t sex be revered as well?” He asks. “A vagina is too often considered vulgar, but it is where we all come from,” he further explained in a telephone interview with Sixth Tone.


From the CAA’s point of view, the art piece, which they called “sexual calligraphy,” had an “adverse effect” on society and inflicted “considerable damage” to the reputation of the association. They see it as having “wantonly defiled calligraphy and trampled over civilization.”


Reactions on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, mostly agree with the association. Watch the video below and let us know what you think. One thing for sure, this woman has some serious vagina-eye coordination.

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