Drogheda (Louth)

This figure was attached to a 19th century house, and by the 1970s was looking rather sad.
It is now in the town museum.
On this historic photo it is hard to see the vulva.

It is worth comparing the above figure with one in a street flanking the market at Caussade (Tarn-et-Garonne).

This figure may or may not be exhibitionist, but it is certainly in the style.
It is in two parts and the lower part has been wrongly placed: it should be turned 90° to the right
so that the stumpy legs hang down.

Since I took the above photo, it has been effaced.