This adult coloring book has an interesting history that you might not expect.
In 1973, illustrator Tee Corinne set out to create drawings of vulvas for use in sexual health education groups. In 1975, theCunt Coloring Bookwas published and was quick to draw positive recognition. However, many people complained about its "vulgar" title.
After being re-printed three times, the title was changed to Labiaflowers in 1983 and the book virtually died.
We welcome the classic Cunt Coloring Book back to circulation - with a few new additions. Whether you reference this book for education or pleasure, the Cunt Coloring Book deserves a spot on your bookshelf.