Like A Virgin For The Very Next Time  

warmandsexy52 65M
7186 posts
3/18/2006 3:09 am

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3/21/2006 11:09 pm

Like A Virgin For The Very Next Time

Well ladies, would you? Could you?

And gentlemen, would you really want your partner to go through this so you can participate in a second defloration????

I’m talking about cosmetic hymenoplasty, the restoration of the hymen by surgical means and a medical procedure that’s growing in popularity among western women. Now I’ve never had plastic surgery, although I have had an op or two in my time and know that any surgery is a pretty serious undertaking which includes real risks (I was almost killed by a hospital bug after a nose operation). Having said that we all take risks if we think the returns are worthwhile.

Hymenoplasty is not the only surgical procedure within the broader offering known as a vaginal makeover. There is also labioplasty, which involves reduction of the labia minora and vaginoplasty, involving tightening of the vagina itself. The full package can be bought as a special offer including flight, a limousine and hotel accommodation, all in for about $5,000 if you’re coming from Europe. With both labioplasty and vaginoplasty as well as the obvious gains there are secondary benefits including physical comfort with the former and reducing post-natal incontinence with the latter. To my mind the rationale for both is on a par with breast enhancement or other forms of cosmetic surgery. It could be argued in the case of vaginoplasty that there is a functional benefit, i.e. better sexual intercourse, rather than a cosmetic one.

But to my mind hymenoplasty falls into a completely different category. At a cost of $1,800, in an hour long operation, the fragments of the original hymen are made raw again using a laser, which both cuts and cauterises, and then stitched together to reconstitute a restricted entrance to the vagina. Ninety percent of hymenoplasties are carried out on women from those cultures, particularly muslims, where becoming a bride and not a virgin brings both shame and possible death (in what are euphemistically called “honour killings” to the woman concerned. Bearing in mind that a hymen can be broken by exercise or tampons, it’s appalling that anyone should be placed under such pressure. Some clinics practising the procedure have received death threats for creating “fake virgins.”

For the remaining ten percent the twelve week recovery time becomes a thirty second long special and painful present for Valentine’s Day, or a Wedding Aniversary as the reconstructed hymen is rebroken and a revirginised woman is redeflowered.

Now each to their own.

But I confess to finding it more than a little bizarre.

And I always thought “no pain, no gain” was a pretty limited maxim.

So would you, could you?

HBowt2 60F

3/21/2006 2:37 am

like me the way i am....

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/21/2006 11:50 am:
I'm so pleased ..... it's always the best way to be. {=}

TabithaElectra79 39F

3/19/2006 5:07 am

I would not need to do that anyway...

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 7:22 am:
You can see the madness in this, Tabs.

rm_mm0206 70F
7767 posts
3/18/2006 8:40 pm

That is a minor procedure considering what they do to the clitoris of some muslim "girls".

I cant even begin to think about what is done with the approval of and by the mothers and other female family members to innocent and healthy young girls. .... some die, some are deformed. I apologize to those that are true muslim believers, but the practice of female circumcision is brutal and torturous, sadistic and barbarious and is usually done without anethesia in a non sterile environment.

It would seem that considering the low value that muslims place on the female life, these two procedures are just done to raise the families own prestige, as if there could possibly any in the sadistic act of female circumcision.

ok so I got off the subject.......dont get me started.

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 7:19 am:
Hymenoplasty as a means of "adding a little something" to one's love life is bizarre.

As a means of preventing dishonour and possible death is appalling.

But, I agree with you wholeheartedly MM, clitoridectomy is an abomination.

I share your outrage.

saddletrampsk 55F

3/18/2006 7:10 pm

no thanks..but maybe some liposuction..

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 6:21 am:
omg saddle sweetie, not the hoover treatment! I can offer alternative exercises for free!

blogginOnly 59F

3/18/2006 4:26 am

I know what it was like before I had a hysterectomy. But the doc fixed me up real good I would not have this done, no way shape or form!! They need to quit coming up with this crap for women, and maybe start experimenting on men?????? lol

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 5:21 am:
Thank you for visiting my blog. What are you suggesting for men ...... no, don't go there!

rm_saintlianna 46F
15466 posts
3/18/2006 4:22 am

I saw that on Geraldo, he called it "Designer Vaginas". Considering how much it hurt the first time, no.

warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 5:19 am:
Saintlianna, the bizarre thing was that one of the women who had hymenoplasty was so enthusiastic about the whole thing she was urging friends and relatives to do the same. My guess is not many did, but the idea is about as close to madness as I can think. And as for her partner, knowing the risk, knowing the pain, how could he for some fake symbolic gesture......

rm_PurryKitty2 49M/51F
9753 posts
3/18/2006 4:07 am

NO WAY would I do it! NO WAY~

Purry {=}


warmandsexy52 replies on 3/19/2006 5:07 am:
Purry you are not only very sexy, but totally sane.

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