Eighteen-year-old British art student Eleanor Haswell has created a wearable guide to the female anatomy, in the form of women’s underwear printed with a scientific diagram of female genitalia and reproductive anatomy.
The anatomical components—including the vagina, uterus and ovary—are placed on the underwear so that they lie approximately atop where their real counterparts are situated. The undergarments reveal and celebrate the female body in a desexualized way, and encourage women to embrace their physicality rather than feel insecure because of it.
These women's underwear are part of a project dubbed ‘Why Are You So Afraid Of Your Own Anatomy?’, which also includes a matching t-shirt bra sporting a print depicting a woman’s breasts. The full-coverage bra depicts the nipple and areola.