Cannot Be Unseen: Lady Privates Laptop Trackpad Covers

December 17, 2013


DoubleClit Here (link is NSFW, vagina pictures) is a laptop trackpad cover with a photo of a vagina. This is just an emoticon vagina here, but I assure you they make them with ACTUAL pictures of vaginas too. I never knew they looked like that. They were created by feminist designer Eliza Dunaway and are supposed to carry a message. Apparently that message is not, "Watch me diddle this vagina while I pretend to pay attention to what you're saying."

"We are too often taught to feel grossed out by the sight of a body part that is beautiful and important just as it is. DoubleClit Here seeks to break this stigma by presenting the vagina in a new, hilariously interactive, OMG-inducing way."

$8 gets a trackpad in your choice of "Vanessa", "Kiki" or this emoticon one. I was going to post pictures of the others too but I decided against it on account of I'm at the coffee shop and there are people sitting behind me. I figure the less time I spend editing pictures of vaginas, the better. "But that's exactly what these are fighting against." You know what? You're right. I'm gonna do it! *screaming* Okaaaay, I forgot I was in the middle of Photoshopping a face on a penis.

Thanks to PYY, who agrees they should make nipple stickers for the analog sticks on Xbox and Playstation controllers.

  • ohnonotagain

    great. now I want vulva stickers on everything.

  • da1nonlysage

    So that's where her G spot is located....

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    "We are too often taught to feel grossed out by the sight of a body part that is beautiful and important just as it is."

    Wait a moment, is she implying that people don't get grossed by the image of dicks and hairy balls? She should be fighting so women have the right to expose her chest in any situation that it is allowed for men.

  • 💪Festivus 💈Poledancer💃

    Penis is a symbol of masculine power, where the emphasis on size indicates virility and, directly, the worth of the man. This is why there are insults such as "little dick".

    My point is that it's not necessarily the appearance alone that will be judged, but what that thing represents: male dominance, superiority, violence.

  • RareAwesomeman

    for women its tight vs loose (the wizards sleeve)

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Oh yes! Gently scrolling down your page, tapping it to open the image, then gently double finger zooming in.

    I'm all for it! XD

  • Ronald

    ^ Win!

  • p_shep

    Kiki got a flappy twat there!

  • failtuna

    No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Stop.

  • David Gabel

    Why would I want to "finger" a fake vag on a computer trackpad (or anything else) when the real thing is better? I'd rather finger my wife than some lame-ass photo on a computer that was designed by some fuckwit.

  • 💪Festivus 💈Poledancer💃

    How many times have you heard other people, mainly men, say they thought the vagina was ugly?

    Your question missed the point anyway. It's not a sexual aid, not meant as one. So your sexual gratification was not the point.

    Hell, even the title of this post itself insinuates the gag-worthy nature of the form of the vagina: "Cannot Be Unseen".

  • OrehRatiug

    Some people don't like certain dicks, some people don't like certain vaginas. Welcome to the world where taste is subjective. Maybe our reaction should be less 'ew' but I don't think there is any reason to be flaunting off sexual organs of either sex.

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  • My Name

    “imvagination” must be the most horrible pun on the planet.

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