Doofus Of The Day #1,089


Today’s award goes to a group of rather… weirdGerman feminists with an interest in space.

A German feminist art group has revealed a vulva-shaped spaceship concept, which it is encouraging the European Space Agency to help realise in order to better represent humanity in space and “restore gender equality to the cosmos.”

The group Wer Braucht Feminismus? (WBF?), which translates to “Who Needs Feminism?”, created the Vulva Spaceship concept to challenge the convention of phallic spacecraft design.

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“The project adds another dimension to the representation of humanity in space and is communicating to the world that anyone has a place in the universe, regardless of their genitalia,” said the organisation.

There’s more at the link.

They’ve even gone so far as to produce a video to publicize their concept.

Frankly, I never thought that the design of a rocket had anything to do with genitalia.  I’d always figured it had to do with aerodynamic efficiency, to penetrate the atmosphere rather than anything made of flesh – but, clearly, what do I know?

On the other hand, I’d love to know how the vulva spaceship will cope with re-entry…



  1. No, it isn't satire. Sadly the mad fems have no concept of structural physics.

    Even worse, the rocket would be only usable 21 days a month. Yes, my mind went there almost immediately.

  2. "German scientists admit that one week out of four, the engine suffers severe cramps, the fuel tank feels bloated, and the crew generally just wants to eat chocolate and watch rom coms on the video player.

    But in its favor, the docking ring is compatible with all other spacecraft in existence or planned. However, they're keeping the location of the grappling nexus, called the G-spot, a secret.

    "If you don't know where it is, you can't come", they explained.

  3. Is there a rocket, capable of carrying any meaningful payload that is single stage? ICBMs? SLBMs?

    Regardless the vehicle (be a warhead, satanic, or craft) separates from the launch portion once it is in or near orbit.

    I guess that means, in their minds, that we burn up phallic symbols in the atmosphere (or at least cut the tip off) everytime.

    I am certian that everything cool is phallic to these spoiled children. Cars, guns, rockets, tools, trains, etc are all manifestations of their imaginary oppression by the patriarchy. They are incapable of imagining function before form.

  4. This nonsense (along with unsafe streets, crap schools, cancel culture, Joe Biden, today's undemocratic communist D party, hugely inflatged housing prices/crisis) is directly downstream from Women's suffrage. It is the enfranchisement of women that is destroying Western Civ. In America – if we want the country and liberties the Founders gave us, we need the franchise they created to sustain it. Free males over 21, though today, 25 is probably more like it, with property ownership clauses as necessary.

  5. Well at least Jeff Bezos has something he can truly get excited about. No longer will they mock him about his rocket design.

  6. Wow ! Thats hilarious ! Gotta wonder if they will be able to find someone crazy enough to actually go up in the thing. The flying vagina?Powered by Queefs?

  7. Nothing quite says "Don't generalize us by our private parts!" like making rockets and press-on nails in the form of…their private parts.

  8. Maybe it's because I'm part of the Male Patriarchy (or something) but I can't find where the clitoris is on that thing.

  9. MNW – SSTO or Single Stage To Orbit is currently an impossible thing, well, with any meaningful payload. Maybe if you launch from Mt. Everest or some equally high altitude, and that itself presents loads of issues.

    Can we ever do SSTO with a large load? Yes. But it involves nuclear propulsion and that's not happening in the current stupid climate.

  10. Ummm… she said it's made from reinforced carbon, so it can handle the heat.

    I'll assume she meant carbon fiber composites, but they still need a heat shield because while the carbon can take a ton of heat, the polymers, most often an epoxy resin, tend to decompose, ie, break down chemically, when exposed to heat. This is sometimes referred to as "burning."

    Just a thought…

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