aldo-vallon - August 13, 2018
The word of the day is yonic, students. This the female equivalent of phallic, meaning it represents vaginal symbolism. When your mind is perpetually in the gutter, as mine apparently is, you see yonic symbolism everywhere. Right now I am seeing it on the centerpiece of Alyssa Milano’s dress, but these types of images can be seen anywhere.
They can be found in classic artwork, nature, some have even claimed that if you blur your eyes just right you can see them on certain members of congress. I don’t claim that, but some people do.
Sometimes these yonic images are intentional, while other times the creator is blissfully unaware of what they have created. This can get a bit uncomfortable when they are dedicating an art piece to an elementary school. Kids have a hard enough time focusing in school, now they have to try and learn their times tables when they have a whispering eye constantly staring at them.
Whether Alyssa Milano’s cutout was intentionally made to represent what I see when I look at it is still undetermined. I suppose it is possible that the designer thought it would be an appealing shape, but in a way I think that supports my theory, because there is a reason why it is so appealing.
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