LANSING (WWJ/AP) – It’s a trending topic in Michigan’s capitol, and now the Creole Gallery in north Lansing is asking for entries to a juried art exhibition called The Vagina Show.

“The Vagina Monologues” was performed last month on the Capitol steps after Rep. Lisa Brown had her speaking privileges taken away for a day after she said “vagina” during a House debate about anti-abortion legislation.

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Brown, a Democrat, said, “And, finally, Mr. Speaker — I’m flattered that you’re all so interested in my vagina, but no means no.”

Since then, the word “vagina” has become a rallying point for some. The latest protest was held on Wednesday, the same day a group delivered 115,000 signatures asking for an apology from GOP state leaders.

A spokesman for House Speaker Jase Bolge, who has said Brown simply “violated the decorum of the House,” this week said he doesn’t expect anyone from the GOP to say sorry.

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The gallery said in a Wednesday release that the fall exhibit is designed to highlight the “personal, political, social, medical and legislative landscapes” involving the vagina.

The Vagina Show will run from Sept. 9 through Oct. 28.

The deadline for submissions is Aug. 18. Artists will be notified Aug. 24 which pieces have been accepted.

For gallery information, visit this Facebook link.

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