Installing a vagina makes the body go "oh noes there's a huge gash here I better close it asap!!" To avoid that happening, there are dilators, and not dilating for even a single day may be catastrophic.
Problem: Airport security loves to take them away. Solution: Let's make 3D printable dilators... with Go!
Installing a vagina makes the body go all "oh noes there's a huge gash here I better close it asap!!" To avoid that happening, there are dilators. They're used on the vaginal canal to, well, you know, dilate it. And human bodies are very efficient—not dilating for even a single day may prove catastrophic.
Dilators are phallic, like a dildo, but they're not sex toys—they're medical devices. Not that it matters, depending on what kind of airport security you run into. If I take my dilators as carry-on, they might get confiscated; if I dispatch them, the bags might get lost. Given that I can't miss a single day... it's scary.
The solution is 3D-printable dilators. This way if something happens, just run to a hackerspace and print a new one. Ellen demonstrates how to generate and render 3D objects with nothing but Go, in a way that's suitable for 3D printing.
This code is available at https://github.com/garden-io/go3dprint/