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Did he still need models? I was half hoping he’d respond with, “Nope. ” No such luck. He wrote back that afternoon, with a friendly note saying that he did indeed need a few more models. His tone was so mellow and affable. I was expecting something more formal, but he sounded like we were arranging a drop-off for an old 42 J o h a n n a G o h m a n n futon. We debated times and settled on the second weekend in January. Convincing my fiancé was astoundingly easy. I was prepared for a smallish row over the idea of letting a stranger pour plaster into my vagina.
Bonnie, with oddly large blue eyes, came and went silently. Carson and I watched her leave and we respected her for this. Both Carson and I lied to get in the program, an environmental studies volunteer project better left unnamed. We found it on the internet on a website with photos of women catching fish. It said we could help Russia, and the Russians, and the elk and trees and especially the tundra. Neither of us spoke Russian. On the third day I moved into Carson’s room. I wrapped a sheet around my body and left him naked on 32 J e n n i f e r P e r c y the bed.
The morning we headed to the airport, I was feeling the usual nerves of travel—Do I have my passport? —as well as the not-so-usual nerves that come with having your genitals made into an art piece. Once the wheels left the tarmac, my head 44 J o h a n n a G o h m a n n was buzzing with paranoia. What are you doing? Your vagina on display? Are you insane? What if this guy is a totally gross pervert? Or what if your vagina has a reaction with the molding material, and you end up in an emergency room in England?