You know, it’s bad enough, as a woman of a certain age, that I have to attempt to keep my underarms from flapping and my stomach sucked in. But now I have to have firm labia too???
“Wonder Woman Makeover.” The most common is laser vaginal rejuvenation, laser reduction labioplasty, liposculpturing with Brazilian Butt Augmentation, and breast augmentation. As our patients put it cosmetic surgery may make you look good, however laser vaginal rejuvenation™ will make you fill good, …”
No, that is not a typo on my part. “Fill good.”
The absolute worst, though, is the “revirginification.” That’s right, spend $4000 to begin your marriage with a lie. (And pain.) Sure, it’s “empowering” to have your hoo ha carved up.
This isn’t just LA; these have become common procedures. Common enough, in fact, for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to weigh in on what a pile of crap it all is:
So-called “vaginal rejuvenation,” “designer vaginoplasty,” “revirgination,” and “G-spot amplification” procedures are not medically indicated, nor is there documentation of their safety and effectiveness, said The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) today in a new Committee Opinion published in the September issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology. ….
“Many women don’t realize that the appearance of external genitals varies significantly from woman to woman. As ob-gyns, we know this to be the case from years of experience,” said Abbey B. Berenson, MD, a member of ACOG’s Committee on Gynecologic Practice. An honest discussion about the wide variation in the appearance of normal genitalia could reassure women who are insecure about the look of their own genitalia, said Dr. Berenson.
Women’s labia (and the rest of their bodies) change shape and color as they age. Deal with it.
*Bug Girl stomps off in a middle aged huff*