The shape of the letter “V” means “female” in three different cultures and times

The shape of the letter “V” means “female” in three different cultures and times: Discovered by Denise Schmandt-Besserat, this first character is a Neolithic token that means “female sheep” and is circa 6,400 years old. A circle with a plus means “sheep”; the addition of the “V” adds the meaning “female.” This substantiates that “V” and “female” have a relationship for circa 6,400 years. The second character is Sumerian cuneiform for “woman, female” and is used in many words including “spouse,” “insulting,” “pure,” “plow,” “waterfall,” etc. The third character 勾 is in the Chinese word for “sexy” which is not a “good sexy” but more a biased “slut sexy”: 勾人的勾或者勾引的勾。This character includes 勹 which legend says is a spoon but really is conceptually a circle with the contents being the significant material. In this case the contents are “V”-shaped, so the implication is this is a vagina and the meaning is “bad sexy” because women’s genitalia is historically and currently used to signify sexual licentiousness and evil.

Three Vs of early writing

Three Vs of early writing: three different cultures, three different times, same female genitalia

Jennifer Ball

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