This time we went too far. Like, giant female genitalia crossing the skies far.

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Wer Braucht Feminismus?

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Public Interest

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Awareness Campaign

Brace yourselves for this one, folks, as we need to take you back to the regrettable year of 2021. That’s when the pandemic peaked, climate change showed us its ugly face, and Daft Punk announced their retirement. To make matters even worse, the world’s billionaires were far too busy finding ways of how to leave it.

In spaceships shaped like penises, of course.

Well we at Innocean Berlin, alongside our BFFs at Wer Braucht Feminismus?, weren’t going to let them get away with it. After all, there’s nothing we love more than having a stab at Mr. Musk.

So, while they were building giant phallic-shaped rockets to compensate for “tiny rocket syndrome”, we were cooking up our own. One that actually tackles a serious problem here on Earth: gender inequality.

Introducing The Vulva Spaceship – the first rocket shaped like female genitalia. Its design is not only space inclusive, but (according to a team of experts) has been scientifically proven to reduce drag as it punches through the atmosphere thanks to its aerodynamic shape.

Pardon the pun, but once launched, our flying genitalia was quickly picked up by late-night TV hosts, such as Stephen Colbert, influencers, radio broadcasters and discussion platforms like Reddit, sparking a worldwide debate which addresses the inequalities that women face in daily life, on Planet Earth.

“One giant leap for womankind.” – BuzzFeed
“Launching the gender debate to new heights.” – The Guardian

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