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Big cheer for cipki

27th April 2012

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The special event aimed to "bring the word back to the public"
The special event aimed to "bring the word back to the public"
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A Polish feminist organisation is campaigning to help promote the use of the word ‘cipka’ - a native slang term for the female vagina.

In a recent interview with Newsweek, members of the Boyowki Feministyczne group outlined their ambition to shed the word’s negative connotations and make it more acceptable, reports daily Fakt.

“We do not think the word ‘cipka’ is vulgar! It is perhaps the most appropriate word we have for this part of the body in the Polish language and we wish to bring it back to the general public,” says a spokesperson for the organisation.

One of the ways that the group aims to promote the word is with its so called ‘Cipka Days’ ('

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