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Someone Is Selling A Vagina Mask Online, Just In Time For Halloween

I CANNOT.
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If you're looking for a creative and unique Halloween costume this year, then look no further, because thanks to a very niche Etsy seller, you can now go as a vagina. What could be more horrific and gruesome than that, after all?

While we're all for embracing vaginas (they are self-cleaning, sex-having, baby-emerging miracle machines, let's not forget) it just could seem a little, well, in your face to wear one... on your face.

So as a side note, if you're feeling remotely queasy or are just about to eat your lunch, maybe save this one 'til later becauseby anyone's standardsseeing a silicone vagina stretched across a human's face isn't the most pleasant thing in the world.

The face-vag was created by an artist, Melissa Coulter, who's selling her work of art for $480 (that's around P23,147, JSYK on the popular e-commerce site Etsy. And no disrespect to Coulter whatsoeverI wouldn't even know where to start when it comes to making my own synthetic vaginabut it does look strangely reminiscent of Lord Voldemort.


The artist is listing just one of these vagina masks on her Etsy page, which means you'd certainly stand out from the crowd. But although we're having great images of the perfect Halloween costume, the mask is actually intended to be for people who are into BDSM.

And there are seven reviews of it, all of which have rated five stars, proving just how well Coulter's niche genital accessories are actually going down with the crowds.


One reviewer described the vagina as "beautifully crafted," despite noting that the "material thickness was greater than I expected, which limits the stretch and movement somewhat for someone with a larger head."

Others labelled it "the real deal", while another buyer called it "authentic, solid and flexible at the same time." One other purchaser clarified that it "fits perfectly," which is a relief.

What a work of art.

[H/T Someecards]

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.