Labioplasty. Healthy/disturbing?

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  • brooess
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    I'm a bloke so strictly speaking this doesn't affect me.

    But there's something slightly disturbing about this. Or is there, really, if it's only a minor procedure and women feel better about themselves?
    Labioplasty

    iDave
    Member

    all wrong – a bit of variety makes life delicious…….

    Mister P
    Member

    I think women are worrying unnecessarily. I am usually so pleased to be getting some action I couldn't give a damn what she looks like down there!

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    Becky goes to the gynocologist who examines her and says, "Wow! You have the biggest labia I've ever seen!" Becky turns red and says, "I know Dr. It's really been a source of embarassment my entire life!" The doctor eeplies, "Becky, I can reduce it very easily. Making it smaller is a simple operation." "OK," says Becky, "but I don't want anyone to know. The only people who can know must be on a need-to-know basis!"
    A week later, Becky awakens from the operation in a hospital room filled to the brim with flowers. "Dr., she exclaims, "This was on a need-to-know basis! Where did all of these flower come from?" "It was on a need-to-know basis," he replied. "One dozen roses was from me for your being such a good patient! The rest are from Mr. Goldstein on the Burn Unit on the fourth floor who wants to thank you for his new ears!"

    jackthedog
    Member

    It's not disturbing. It should be, but we've become a society so intently focussed on irrelevance that this sort of thing should shock no one.

    We think we can buy our way out of any issues. What few seem to realise is that all the botox, make-up, silicon and aesthetic genital modification in the world won't bring an end to the hollow empty feeling we're all constantly and mistakenly trying to buy our way out of.

    We have commodified everything else, including friendship and love, so why not our bodies?

    Sugar2
    Member

    Some women are self conscious about bigger internal labia…I myself am quite partial! πŸ˜€

    zaskar
    Member

    Women are nuts anyway.

    simonfbarnes
    Member

    won't bring an end to the hollow empty feeling we're all constantly and mistakenly trying to buy our way out of.

    all of us ?

    clubber
    Member

    apparently so πŸ™„

    Moses
    Member

    Disturbing.
    There's nowt wrong and everything right with comfort-sized fanny-flaps.

    jackthedog
    Member

    all of us?

    Okay, I generalise, and this is STW where to generalise is to leave gaping and glaringly obvious chinks in the armour of any point.

    You might have found clarity SFB, and if so I'd say you're among a priviledged minority far outnumbered by the countless millions trapesing round shopping malls spending their overdrafts on irrelevant things they don't need, those staggering uncontrollably drunk from bar to bar on weekend nights, and those obsessing about directional speaker cables, screen size, high megapixel counts, complex compression damping circuits and rear axle paths.

    Plus, I'm quite partial to a meaty vag.

    teagirl
    Member

    I worked on a Burns and Reconstructive Surgery ward (Plastic Surgery as was) in the late '80's, this was a relatively common procedure and the reason the ladies gave for having the surgery? Their blokes told 'em to!
    You sound such a reasonable lot on here, thank heavens!

    MrSmith
    Member

    gaping and glaringly obvious

    samuri
    Member

    I prefer my woman's bits to not look like a childs. It's the blokes telling them to do it who need help, not the women. And uncomfortable on a bike? You should try sitting on your bollocks girls, then you'll know uncomfy.

    69er
    Member

    Bizarre. Again! I love STW.

    Size of labia an issue? You're with the wrong person.

    simonfbarnes
    Member

    I like obvious lips, gives you something extra to play with/suck/nibble :o)

    Body dysmorphic syndrome.

    some people will never be happy and thre cause is often psychological regarding their appearance. you dont hear planes complaining that their flaps are too big do you?

    TN
    Member

    you dont hear planes complaining that their flaps are too big do you?

    So VERY wrong but it made me laugh…
    πŸ™‚

    brooess
    Member

    you dont hear planes complaining that their flaps are too big do you?

    PMSL

    jojoA1
    Member

    Not wishing to sound like some ranting feminist, but on this forum alone there are some intensely derogotary (sp) personal and insulting comments made about women's physical attributes (Hora!). If you extrapolate that to views that might be prevalent in wider society, it's no wonder that people feel an undue pressure to conform to some imagined/artificially constructed norm.

    The only opportunity most women have of seeing other women's 'parts' is in pornography, so a normal woman with irregular and hairy bits might quite easily see herself as somehow monstrous and abnormal. Hence the industry in cosmetic 'correction', waxing, anal bleaching etc etc.

    69er
    Member

    What about their slats, they hate those. Freaks, who has slats?

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    WTF are slats?

    retro83
    Member

    Those slats are hot

    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    Porn has a lot to answer for. 😐

    AndyP
    Member

    slats are flackets

    Olly
    Member

    anal bleaching

    errr, whut?

    Olly
    Member

    You might have found clarity SFB, and if so I'd say you're among a priviledged minority far outnumbered by the countless millions trapesing round shopping malls spending their overdrafts on irrelevant things they don't need, those staggering uncontrollably drunk from bar to bar on weekend nights, and those obsessing about directional speaker cables, screen size, high megapixel counts, complex compression damping circuits and rear axle paths.

    Plus, I'm quite partial to a meaty vag.

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    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    Please don't call your girlfriend's pussy lips *slats* if you don't want to sound awfully nerdy, or unless you both work at Lockheed-Martin.

    This is very good advice by UrbanDictionary's standards. πŸ™‚

    jojoA1
    Member

    This thread should be required reading for ladies not bestowed with the pudenda of a porn star πŸ™‚ Most reassuring. Not that I have an untamed growler like a badly packed kebab you understand…. πŸ˜‰

    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    It's easy to be respectful and dignified about the subject until someone says untamed growler like a badly packed kebab. Then you just realise how funny it all is. πŸ˜€

    allthepies
    Member

    >gives you something extra to play with/suck/nibble

    Yeah, but in the middle of a boggies ride is a bit off, stick to snapping @rse pics you sicko.

    πŸ˜‰

    brooess
    Member

    It's easy to be respectful and dignified about the subject until someone says untamed growler like a badly packed kebab. Then you just realise how funny it all is.

    LOL. Luckily no-one's asked me to explain why I'm crying with laughter at my desk

    Jojo, where do I send the cleaning bill? Just spat a nice cup of tea all over my desk! πŸ™‚

    Moses
    Member

    JojoA1 –
    I haven't laughed like that for weeks. Ta.

    simonfbarnes
    Member

    Yeah, but in the middle of a boggies ride is a bit off,

    has happened, but admittedly there were only two of us :o)

    Premier Icon nickc
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    Is flange more acceptable then? Or Tinkle, I'm being told by the one of the girls in the office she calls her's her mini.

    Mrs Toast
    Member

    You should be able to get surgery to make them larger – being able to glide around like Dumbo would be an awesome party trick!

    Sidney
    Member

    Quality thread – no useful input to the bearded axe wound debate mind….

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