We're sex positive 3D printing enthusiasts and after discovering the 3D clitoris model we started printing and gifting them to our friends. This playful beginning only set off a much larger project than we initially imagined.
Our life experiences and this new model led us to realize that many humans have questions about sexuality and in particular about their own genitals.
Sadly, there are few places where you can find answers to these questions. Unfortunately many people get sexual knowledge from consuming pornography, which promotes a lot of concepts and ideas that simply do not apply to real life. We hope to make models available so that anyone can view, study, download or even print these models without time pressure, in privacy. Printing our models for your purposes should also be inexpensive and reasonably fast if you have access to a 3D printer.
With this project we aim to educate the world about human sexuality by making 3D models of human genitals from all over the world. We aim to show females, males and many in between; all major ethnicities, body shapes and ages. We aim to show common shapes and uncommon shapes alike -- both are beautiful. These are our goals, but sadly we've not reached our goal yet, so we invite you to read our model diversity statement.
All of our human models will be anonymous and must provide written consent. We will destroy all source images and personally identifying information as soon as the 3D model is created from the source photos. The human models may revoke their consent to have their 3D models on this site. However, it is impossible to remove all the copies that people have downloaded.
Our goal is to be educational.
We are not peddling pornography.
We aim to dispel myths about the human body.
Find out more about our team.
We Are Beautiful is a product of Quatsch und Unfug OÜ, registered in Tallinn and created by Estonian digital e-residents. Our models are created near Zürich, Switzerland and the company web site and business is created and maintained from Barcelona, Spain.
Human sexuality is a sensitive, deep and evolving topic, especially in these modern times. We worked very hard to learn and use the most up to date correct terms for human sexuality, and we have made many attempts to find volunteers who are knowledgeable in this field who could advise us. While some people expressed interest in helping out, very few actually did, leaving us continually searching for advisors. And then a pandemic broke out, which wreaked havoc on everything and the few people advising simply stopped communicating.
At this point, we feel that the site and its use of terminology is good enough™ for us to proceed to open this site to the public. It is by no means perfect and it may actually be impossible to create a perfect site without any sort of mistakes and one that everyone agrees uses correct and sensitive terminology.
Should you feel that we've gotten something wrong, please contact us and let us know what is wrong and how we can fix it. We'll be able to act better if you can provide us a link to what is wrong and a link to a resource on the net that explains the concept that we've gotten wrong. We promise to act on feedback that is constructive and feasible for us to implement.