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15 January 2010, 05:40 AM   #1
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Last edited by Oroborus21, 15 January 2010
watching this documentary now:
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interesting blog about it that talks about it: READ IT
http://leylaspot.blogspot.com/2009/04/perfect-private-parts.html


What do you think about this kind of surgery?

My comments:

I think labia reductions and hymen reconstructions are completely unnecessary surgeries.
While it is true that I've seen (in person) some better looking private bits than others,
I don't know a guy in the world for whom it would make that much of a difference in terms
of a relationship or sexual attraction. If it did matter to a guy he isn't worth being in
that position.

Unfortunately, like many cosmetic surgeries this seems less about reality or the real
perception of others and more about the girl's own psychology and feelings of self-worth
and self-perception. it's really sad that so many girls feel this way and unhappy with
their bodies to this point that they would go to these extremes.

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15 January 2010, 07:55 AM   #2
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like hot dogs down hallways

16 January 2010, 01:44 AM   #3
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While it is true that I've seen (in person) some better looking private bits than others.
.. Did you have to mention in person? No one cares if you have seen vagina. I have seen more than you have. In person too. ;D

24 February 2010, 06:14 AM   #4
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Wow that sounds weird not liking the way your vagina looks.A vagina doens't look one way
vaginas look different people need to be happy with who they are you are going to be
different from others so you should get used to it.

27 July 2010, 12:05 PM    #5
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Labia shui- I don't get it.
Hymenoplasty(however you spell it), isn't usually for self esteem of image, but it is for
dignity and respect.
For example, in some cultures and religions, if a woman is found to be "unpure" on her
wedding night, she could be shunned and disowned from her family.


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