Artist Rachel Fallon came over from Ireland to give a talk to Cambridge Amnesty, about repealing the 8th amendment.
Together with Liesbeth Tenham, from Amnesty, we facilitated a Sheela na gig afternoon tea party.
Sheela na gigs, carvings of old women displaying their opened vulvas, to ward off evil and protect from danger, can be found on churches in both Ireland and the UK.
We made our own Sheelas from bread dough. While they cooked we made Women's Strike Place Mats and then ate our Sheelas, with home made jam and cream, and drank tea from china cups.
I have a vaguely forming plan to organise a skirt lifting tour around the Sheelas of Cambridgeshire.