IN the Telegraph, TV reviewer Sarah Hughes says that Jenny Ash and Laura Dodsworth’s ‘frank’ Channel 4 documentary 100 Vaginas ‘puts the female anatomy under the spotlight’, with ‘endless close-ups of vulvas’ which, while they ‘take a bit of getting used to . . . is an honest, emotional and interesting piece of work’.
I vaguely remember feminists raising concerns about pornography and ‘upskirting’, not to mention the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment. But as this ‘documentary’ was made and presented by women it must be OK – unless, of course, a ‘trans’ activist complains that they failed to feature a single male vagina; in which case profuse apologies will be offered for any offence caused. Perverts will be delighted, however.