Peaches knows a thing or two about being provocative. The queer icon and electronic musician has been on a roll in support of her most recent album, last year’s Rub; her most recent music videos have included the likes of a lucha-libre wrestling match with Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and a pagan, satanic ritual involving copulation with a wild boar creature. But she may have outdone herself with her latest visual for “Vaginoplasty,” a Busby Berkley-style fantasia celebrating the female genitals.

Filmed at what looks like an abandoned lot at a zoo, “Vaginoplasty” sees Peaches with a squad of backup dancers recreating the kind of water-bound athleticism usually reserved for the synchronized swimming portion of the Olympics. They do this of course, dressed in imaginative costumes that look like actual vaginas, with a particular standout being the singer’s enormous, fuzz-lined headpiece. The clip serves as an ode to those who carry a vagina everywhere (trans women included) and extols the virtue of displaying this organ proudly.

Watch the full video above, and download Rub right here.

In related news, the Spice Girls classic “Wannabe” got a seriously feminist makeover.

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