‘Eat It’: the Art Show Dedicated To Eating Pussy

naked beautiful bodyThe sex-positive, feminist art show, “Eat It,” is using the words of cunnilingus enthusiast Lil Wayne as inspiration: “I got a sweet tooth. Now can I eat you?” The show, curated by comedian and writer Alison Stevenson and filmmaker and artist Elizabeth Vazquez, is all about the joys of eating pussy. The women are hoping to normalize and celebrate the act of going down because, as they say, “It’s an act that’s not as celebrated as other sex acts.”

“Eat It” showcases the art of some amazing feminist artists, including Frances Canon, Fahren Feingold, and Priyanka Paul, to show just how beautiful cunnilingus can be. And the show does not shy away from body parts and details: “The philosophy was basically, the more graphic the better,” Stevenson said. Even if you can’t make the exhibition, they want you to take their muff-diving philosophy to heart: “Ask! Communicate! Communication is a really important part of sex. People shy away from it, they think it ruins the moment, but it will actually make the moment a lot better.” And we can all draw inspiration from Lil Wayne, who says in his song, “Pussy Monster”: “It’s like I gotta eat it just to stay alive.”

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Check out more about “Eat It” here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/eat-it-cunnilingus-feminist-art-show_us_57b74f0ce4b03d51368850bd

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