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) is a medieval German poem that tells the story of a man (the narrator in the poem) who eavesdrops on young virgin lady, who bathes in a garden.
With the aid of a magical root, her vulva is able to speak and tells the lady that it is more appreciated by men: I think it’s too much that you are thriving and yet I am not allowed a share, especially considering that men everywhere adore you only because of me, and if you were to lose me, every single one of them would and you completely worthless.
She emerged more courageously vulnerable and radiantly loving than ever before. She savors being a mother and pole dances for pleasure.
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~ translation by Ann Marie Rasmussen The woman and her vulva argue over this point, then both separate in an effort to prove to men which is more desired.
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They came across a thin strip of parchment that had been used to bind another manuscript.