Along with the uterus, the placenta is truly baby's first friend. Don't tell her she temporary. This marvelous little 1.25" printed aluminum pin comes packed on a card, designed in the USA and made in China.
Let your vagina take care of your keys. Comes with magical sparkly clit face! The engraved back of the keychain and cardboard display both say: "Vagina+Vulva: Hooray for the Va-Jay-Jay." Zinc alloy with soft enamel, polybagged. Designed in the US, made in China.
Our fluffy, pink, cuddly womb is a whopping 9" x 14". When it's that time of the month, you may not like your uterus much, but hey, you wouldn't be here without one, so give props to this special reproductive organ. Comes with a spectacular educational booklet hangtag that cheerfully describes the inner workings of the womb, the mother of all organs. Safe for all ages, packed inside a biodegradable plastic sleeve. Designed in California, made in China.
Your Uterus: Womb Service Location: Inside a woman’s pelvis Occupation: Master of Reproduction Hobbies: cycling, shedding Dislikes: cramps, hard labor Fave Song: "Nothing Compares 2 U" (the original by Prince) About Me: I’m one tough broad
Show your uterine pride with this fabulous keychain, or give someone special the keys to your uterus. The engraved back of the keychain and cardboard display both say: "Uterus: Womb Service." Back of the packaging includes info about this reproductive mastermind so you can learn a little something and keep your keys together. Zinc alloy with soft enamel, polybagged. The uterus part of the keychain measures 2.79" x 2". Designed in the US, made in China.
The Lady and Her Monsters by Roseanne Motillo brings to life the fascinating times, startling science, and real-life horrors behind Mary Shelley’s gothic masterpiece, Frankenstein.
Montillo recounts how—at the intersection of the Romantic Age and the Industrial Revolution—Shelley’s Victor Frankenstein was inspired by actual scientists of the period: curious and daring iconoclasts who were obsessed with the inner workings of the human body and how it might be reanimated after death.
With true-life tales of grave robbers, ghoulish experiments, and the ultimate in macabre research—human reanimation—The Lady and Her Monsters is a brilliant exploration of the creation of Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s horror classic.