Vagina-Shaped Rockets Not Aerodynamically Efficient, Study Says

FLORIDA – As per a recent law passed by the Congress to increase equality in the launcher industry—known to be almost literally phallocentric—a team of researchers from the State University of Florida worked in a project where they designed a rocket following the shape of a vagina. Tests in a wind tunnel proved to be disappointing, according to a statement released by the head of the Aerodynamics and Computational Fluid Laboratory at the SUF, Dr. Patricia Turner: “Vaginas are not as pointy, which creates a prohibitively high amount of drag and even a newly discovered effect called labia-flutter, making the flight highly unstable; more data needs to be collected”. Sources related to the matter estimate that with more advanced flight control technology, a vagina-shaped spaceship might be possible in no less than 10 or 15 years.
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