On the premise that censorship laws in Australia (and strange aesthetic ideas all over the western world) create distorted body images in women, leading them to mistake what a “normal” vagina looks like, and turn to plastic surgery. How can it be that we condemn female mutilation in African culture, and at the same time have an increasing number of genital surgeries.
Marge Berer:"Women see pictures of women on the Web whose labia appear to be almost nonexistent, and they are concerned that they are abnormal if theirs are a different size. We're talking about women feeling sexually inadequate and seeing this as a way to beautify themselves - or at least that's how it's being sold to them. I find the whole thing unethical on the part of the doctors."
This video includes some tough pictures of the surgery, but this is a tough subject.
Thank you Siege!