Anne Frank's diary is unforgettable not just because of its obvious historical significance but because Anne is so normal; she's boy crazy (let's be honest, she would've totally been a Belieber), irreverent and so relatable that Angela Chase once got in trouble for calling her "lucky" because she was stuck inside all day with the boy she loved.
Now, thanks to a new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, we know another way Anne was Just Like Us: fascinated/mystified by her vagina. Here's an excerpt:
Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn't realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn't see them. What's even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you're standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you're standing, so you can't see what's inside. They separate when you sit down and they're very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there's a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That's the clitoris."
That's way too much (surprisingly informative) information for one mother in Northville, Michigan, who has filed a formal complaint with her school district, according to FOX. The Holocaust? Meh. Clinical details about a girl's anatomy? Disturbing as fuck.