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March 14, 2006

How far will we go?

jill kelly

Okay, I can understand bigger breasts or smaller breasts, liposuction and face lifts, but pussy reconstruction? Seriously, are women out of their bleeding minds! (Jill Kelly not included, I just love this pussy revealing pic :D). Apparently, the new trend is not only labia reconstruction, but also clitoral hood and hymen reconstruction.

First of all, who the fuck wants to be a virgin again? It was bloody painful enough the first time around. Second, why are crazy women getting their hymens reconstructed? Isn't that a waste of a good, oh thousand bucks or so? After all, it's bound to be cherry popped at first opportunity, and I should hope not by an accidental foreplay fingering! :o Besides, if a chick has already fucked a couple thousand times, will this surgery in any way make her tighter? I doubt it. Also, does such a woman get it reconstructed once again after it's busted or is she only trying to fool a dude into thinking she's a virgin? In which case, does this fake hymen bleed?

These are valid questions.

As for the labia? Unless a chick plans on hanging her pussy out in public for multitudes of tourists to take pictures of it as frequently as they do Mount Rushmore, (or 'mound' in this instance) I am not sure of the point. I realize that some women may indeed have labia problems worthy of a touch up, but when surgeries like this begin to happen as frequently as people pop Prozac you have to wonder if the whole world has gone off their rockers. There are people starving in Africa, there are people starving in our own countries, and there are international groups fighting for the rights of girls being sewn up and castrated with dull butcher knives.

My how we of the Western World are decadent, vain and indulgent. It's no wonder the Middle East hates us!

Link to an article from the L.A. Times.

Posted by sloth at March 14, 2006 4:34 AM

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