The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has issued a statement criticizing the safety, impracticality, non-necessity, and expense of an array of procedures performed with the intent to “rejuvenate” the vagina, or enhance sexual sensation thereof. From Fox News, of all places:
Most [women] have had labioplasty operations, to change the external appearance of the vagina or, less commonly, to narrow the vagina or “amplify” the female G-spot.
Many college members had treated patients with scarring, permanent disfigurement, infection and altered sexual sensations, some of whom required reconstructive surgery, he said…
There was concern that women seeking the most common operation, the labioplasty, did not understand there was a huge variation in how women’s external genitalia look.
“In one case we heard of a man bringing in a Brazilian pornographic photo and saying: `Make my girlfriend look like this’,” Weaver said.