I can admit to my fascination with designer jeans, designer purses, and what woman can resist designer shoes. But, now you can order yourself a designer vagina!
Really, ladies? Does this strike anyone else as an obsession with the unnecessary? And to take our culture’s obsession with the unnecessary one step further, you can now re-virginize yourself with modern surgery. You can restore your hymen so no one knows you’ve ever had sex.
I suppose my biggest question is, why? Why the need to hide your past from a sexual partner? And restoring your hymen will certainly not make you forget your sexual past. You either are a virgin, or you’re not. No physical restoration surgery is going to change this fact.
And why should you want to change it? What you have to offer your partner is no less valuable or worthy, regardless of the number of previous sexual partners on your list.
Think about it for a moment. Every past experience has led to all that you are and have to offer today.
It is true that this hymen restoration procedure (called hymenoplasty in technical terms) may find its uses in cultures that demand the proof of a woman’s virginity. In fact, a multitude of young women worry about that sacred wedding night on pain of shame, humiliation, and even death.
But are we not perpetuating the value of such female-degrading beliefs by allowing the surgery’s use for cosmetic purposes to permeate our society? Since when did modern, Western culture reintroduce a woman’s need to provide proof of her virginity? And does an intact hymen provide proof of this at all?
Modern medical knowledge has proven that the hymen can be broken in a variety of ways, such as vigorous sports activities, horseback riding and even inserting a regular tampon. Should a woman have her hymen restored if it was broken in these innocent activities or is it only necessary in an attempt to reclaim her virgin state?
And what about a man’s virgin state? There is no medical procedure, test or examination to investigate the state of a man’s sexual virtue. Men are not held to the same “virtuous” standard to which women are subjected to in cultures all around the world. Would our time and money not be better spent in efforts to educate men about the demeaning and ridiculous nature of this test of virgin state?
A Naturally Beautiful Vagina
What about the other benefits that can be gained from vaginal restoration surgeries? It is true that these surgeries can make a vagina tighter if you have experienced a change in elasticity from childbirth or menopause.
But what about the pain, expense and risk that goes along with the surgery? And if you are hoping the surgery will boost your confidence in the bedroom, is an assembly line vagina really going to add to your sex appeal? Right now you are absolutely unique and are equipped with everything you need to drive both you and your partner wild in the bedroom.
If you already know you’re a sex siren and are just looking for something that will provide a tighter, more intense feel during sex, why not turn to an all-natural solution and avoid the scalpel altogether.
Sexual enhancements aids, such as Intivar, are lubricants made from all natural ingredients that can help to provide the tightening you are looking for while also providing an extra little something to make sex even better.
Intivar is a vaginal lubricant that can:
- Increase the sensations of intimate contact
- Aid in tightening your vagina
- Provide a silky lubricant to alleviate vaginal dryness and make sex even better
Take a Stand
As you can see, with benefits like these from a simple, all-natural product, the need for drastic surgery suddenly seems entirely unnecessary. You now have the solution to provide you and your partner with serious sexual satisfaction again and again.
Now you can confidently shun the modern “designer” surgeries that seek to standardize the meaning of a beautiful vagina by providing every woman with an assembly line vagina.
You are sexy, sensual and beautiful and have everything you need to feel like a tantalizing temptress in the bedroom. Let no man or culture drive you to surgical extremes. Instead, embrace the vixen within.