Vaginal Knitting, The Next Best Thing? Not Really.

Sup Travellers?! When it comes to tying nuts knots no one can test Australia's very own, Casey Jenkins. She is very good at it and very "pussistent". Her knitting skills escalated to a point to where she does it straight out of her vagina. Now that's what you call thinking outside of the box.

Casey Jenkins is a feminist performance artist. Her recent "performance" was called "Casting Off My Womb" and it involved her knitting from her vagina for 28 days. The process was documented via video and placed on YouTube where it amassed over 3 million viewers in just a couple days. The video however was not welcomed with open arms.

"I'm spending 28 days knitting from wool that I've inserted in my vagina," Casey explains. "Everyday I take a new skein of wool that's been wound so that it will unravel from the centre and I stick it up inside me... and then I pull out the thread and knit."

The purpose of Casey's work, according to SBS2 Australia is to make the female genitalia less of a taboo subject. Casey and her team also attempt to fight against misogyny and closed government through their art. "If you take a good, hard look at a vulva, you realise it's just a bit of a body. There's nothing that is shocking or scary... nothing that is gonna run out and eat you up," she says.

I respect Casey's creativity and it is clear that she enjoys vaginal knitting. I don't agree with the saying that the female genitalia is a taboo subject. When did that become a taboo subject? The only time the female genitalia is a problem is when it's whipped out in public for the world to see. There is absolutely nothing wrong with vaginal knitting but when you do it in front of an internet audience and talk about how you are attempting to make the female genitalia less taboo then a problem arises. What makes it all more disgusting is the fact that she menstruated all up on that wool. My name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.