The number of Quebec women who undergo genital surgery for aesthetic reasons is increasing. It seems a bit extreme in the search for personal beauty. I assure you, your genitals don’t need aesthetic fixing.
The operation of shortening the labia minora appeared a decade ago. About the same time as sexual education was banned in school and porn became the more easily accessible teaching tool.Tell me again that it’s a good decision that shouldn’t be reversed?
This procedure is called nymphoplasty or labiaplasty. It was, not so long ago, a marginal practice and little known to the general public. Now it’s something that’s become mainstream for young women who grow up in this world ruled by fantasy and misrepresentation of female biology.
According to recent data from the International Society of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) published on November 1, 2018, it is vaginal rejuvenation, including labiaplasty, that has seen the largest increase in the number of procedures in 2017. Compared to in the previous year, with a growth of 23%. That’s alarming.
Patients asking for labiaplasty are predominantly women aged 18 to 22 years. Most of them feel that they aren’t the right size. Doctors often have to explain that what they were born with is perfectly shaped and size the way it already is. It is a need born out of lack of education.
Internet is probably the first explanation of this phenomenon. The lack of sexual education is another. I repeat, your genitals don’t need aesthetic fixing.