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Violet Blue's latest San Francisco Chronicle column is all about fake sex toy vaginas. Specifically, one fake vagina in particular - that of the amazing April Flores, past Babeland Babe of the Month. Violet interviews April at length about her feelings about the toy and the process.The best part? April created an art show out of the toy, giving it to artists so that they could use it to create works of art. The show is coming to New York and Philadelphia in October if you want to check it out. Here's what April had to say:VB: Afterward, did you get one? What did you think and feel the first time you saw and handled it?AF: It took about six months from the molding process to receive a prototype. The very first thing I noticed about the toy was its substantial weight. It weighs almost eight pounds, and I kept joking that it was my baby. I could not stop studying the toy up close because I had never seen my vagina from that angle without the use of a mirror. It was truly surreal how realistic it looked and felt. Cyberskin warms to body temperature and feels just like human flesh so I just kept squeezing its thighs and belly, watching it jiggle. We also had fun taking pictures with my legs spread holding the toy directly in front of the area that was replicated. The resulting pictures are some of the strangest I have posted on my blog.VB: What is it like having this toy out in the world? Do you ever think about what people are doing with it, and how does that make you feel?AF: It feels great to have the toy out in the world. I hope that people are enjoying their toy, dressing it up in cute lingerie and using it to pleasure themselves. I hope that some bring it along in the tub and incorporate water because it is waterproof. It would also be cool if some kept their toy in the box and displayed it on a shelf like they would a collector's item. I sort of feel that it's out in the world and has taken on a life of its own.Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/columnists/violetblue/#ixzz0S3RcbBJi