By Matthew | February 13, 2014 at 5:45 am
A post by Matthew…
Have you seen The Perfect Vagina, a documentary on vaginal plastic surgery, directed by Heather Leach?
As I watched, there were a number of thoughts that came to mind:
1. Oh For Fuck’s Sake!!! The douchebags have done it again. It is absolutely atrocious that there are young women who are being told they not only need to change their tits with cosmetic surgery, but also their pussies!
Douchebaggery at its worst, Ladies and Gentlemen.
2. I have never seen a healthy and well taken care of vulva that I thought was unsightly or needed surgical adjustment, especially in person. Sometimes I want to kill it. Sometimes I want to worship it. ALL of the time, I love it. I can honestly say that by the time I am close enough to get a good look at a pussy, I am there to interact with it on some level, and as long as it is healthy, it is lovely to me.
The pussy is a gateway to a world of pleasure and pleasure for the world.
We need to embrace it, not change it.
3. I can understand the desire and even the necessity for cosmetic surgery under circumstances of health risk or physical deformation. In particular, parts visible on the physical outline of a clothed female and exposed skin.
4. Is this yet another negative side effect of the mainstream porn industry? Guy have to have big dicks, fuck at weird angles and say shit like; “Oooh she likes that, doesn’t she?!?” Women need to have fake tits and bald, fake pussies?
So, how can these issues be alleviated? The first step, edification. Young women and men (and let’s face it, children) need to hear that their natural genitalia is not only sufficient, but makes them unique.
It is their sexual fingerprint, something of which they should be proud.
Young females need to understand that they can choose who they allow to see their vulva as well as place something inside their vagina.
Now, this is one fucking hell of a task to achieve given the fact that schools, churches and lots of parents are lacking in valuable sex education practices, let alone the teaching of self worth and confidence in oneself. That leaves other outlets, the main one being Cyberbia.
People need to write about the ridiculousness of this type of surgery for shallow, unwarranted and illogical reasons. At the very least, people can spread the word about documentaries such as “The Perfect Vagina” and artistic concepts like “Design a Vagina” by James McCartney.
|James McCartney’s work.|
Here is a picture of part of his sculpture that will eventually contain 100 plaster casts of vulvas demonstrating the wide variety of styles.