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  1. From Wikipedia. Change the too politically correct “could also be considered to depict” to “obviously depicts.” Where else would this otherwise bizarrely shaped representation of a human heart have come from? And the “Yoni” is far more honest about what it worships:

    “The heart symbol could also be considered to depict features of the human female body, such as the female’s buttocks, pubic mound, or spread vulva.[6] The tantric symbol of the “Yoni” is another example of a heart-shaped abstraction of a woman’s vulva.”

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