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Svetla Baeva is used to stirring up controversy in her native Bulgaria. As campaign director at Fine Acts, a global creative studio for social impactthe activist uses art to champion free speech and minority rights. For Baeva, the reasoning behind the outrage is simple. The team were motivated to write the book by their own childhood experiences of growing up without adequate sex ed — but also by statistics that showed only 10 per cent of Bulgarian schools currently teach such classes.

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The book is buoyed by clever, colourful de, and engaging illustrations. In another, girls of various shapes and sizes are shown exercising.

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On the topic of menstruation, hands are shown holding different menstrual devices: tampons, p, and menstrual cups. Beyond the soft pastel illustrations, the book has an important role to play. Bulgaria, along with Romania, have the highest rates of teen pregnancy and motherhood in the European Union.

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Bulgaria also has one of the highest rates of STDs, despite having cheap and available contraception. Projects like Vagina Matters hopes to lower those rates. Yet it has landed in a maelstrom of controversy. The authors go on to explain how, in addition to women, trans men, intersex people, and non-binary people may menstruate. With Vagina Matterswe want to tell all girls and boysregardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity, that whoever you like and love is completely okay, because love and the right to express it are among the most important factors for a full and happy life.

Baeva and Raeva have since appeared on national radio and television to defend the book, which has many supporters. For the team, what really stands at the heart of the book is not sex or puberty, but empowerment and acceptance.

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Vagina Matters is available for free download online in Bulgarian and will be published in the UK this month. It is an open book, created with the idea to make it available for publishing in different languages and contexts. Text: Jodi Hilton. Illustrations: Borislava and Mihaela Karadjova. We use cookies on our website to enhance your user experience. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are accepting our use of cookies as described in our Cookie policy.

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Vagina Matters: how a Bulgarian sex ed book triggered national outrage