The creator of The Vagina Monologues made quite a name and fortune for herself with open talk about the vagina. Now it’s my turn to dive into the subject.
OK, while I may not be an “owner” like she is, I am a devoted “patron,” and I don’t want to hold my tongue on the subject any longer.
I generally disapprove of the non-reconstructive cosmetic procedures more and more women seem to be having nowadays. I say embrace your 32A bust. Tell the doctor to put the collagen away and leave your lips alone.
Well, not all of them.
OK, no more beating around the bush about the modern medical miracle known as labiaplasty (labia reduction surgery).*
This is no joke. It’s a sensitive topic that has been touched on by the mainstream media, on talk radio and in other blogs.
Many women resort to intimate reductions because they suffer chronic physical and/or social discomfort due to the disputed region. It’s not a purely cosmetic procedure.
Not all women who have labiaplasties do it strictly for their own benefit, however. Some have it done for their partner (i.e. the person who puts in the face-time downtown).
Obviously, labial excess is just not some cunnisseurs’ personal taste.
What constitutes excess?
If below the waist a woman in a bikini resembles a man wearing a Speedo, that may be an indication. When it comes to everyday apparel, if a woman finds she has to “dress left” or “dress right,” ditto.
It’s not just a visual issue, either. For the partner, having to wheedle through all that wrapping and tissue paper to get to the great gift inside can be a passion-killer. They want to be able to open it quickly, like when people open gifts on TV; they just lift the box top off.
Few women, even those blessed with an out-and-out cunnicopia, actually need a labiaplasty, and no woman should feel insecure regarding her private plenitude. She need only acquire a partner (where applicable) who finds that particular feature cunnilicious.
When all is said and done, people have the right to their preferences in physical attributes, both for themselves and their partners.
For example, some women may find a man’s venous, twitching member disgusting. As an owner, I disagree, but that’s no skin off my proboscis. Hey, I’m not here to force my views down anyone’s throat.
*Link goes to a text page, from which you can link to another page with before/after photos. Don’t go if you don’t want to know!