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Thread: Is your little man in the boat being reclusive?

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    Plastic surgery on private parts
    Some go to extreme lengths in the quest for bigger and better
    By Brian Alexander, MSNBC
    When I first interviewed Toronto doctor Robert H. Stubbs way back in 1994, he was a pioneer of a new surgical technique that could add length to a manÂ’s penis. He learned the basics of the procedure from a Chinese physician named Dr. Long.
    Yes, Stubbs. Long. Penis lengthening. (IÂ’ll pause here while you rifle through the jokesÂ…)
    At the time, Stubbs (alright, get over it) told me he never imagined that his medical practice would one day be swamped with men looking for longer, beefier penises, but once word got out that he performed the surgery, men from all over North America were calling.
    Soon, other plastic surgeons and some urologists caught the entrepreneurial bug and the next thing you know you couldn’t pick up a sports page without seeing an ad promising to make you the next John Holmes. And then, says Stubbs, women came to him and said, “Well, if you’re looking after the guys, why not us?”
    Now, he says, he sees far more women seeking to alter their genital layout than he does men.
    This is partly because penis-lengthening surgery is not quite the trivial exercise some doctors made it out to be. The American Urological Association says procedures involving the cutting of the suspensory ligament of the penis — the way most operations are done — has “not been shown to be safe or effective.” The operation also requires extensive after-care, including, insists Stubbs, a regimen of hanging weights off your ding-dong, and even after all that the results are not typically spectacular.
    Some men still come to surgeons for penis lengthening, of course, but now fat injection to increase girth is becoming more common. This, despite the fact that fat injection isnÂ’t approved by the urological association either. Some men are also having testicle implants and scrotum reductions, but the numbers are not huge.
    Women, meanwhile, have become much more assertive in their own desire for sexual gratification and cosmetic enhancement. They are coming to plastic surgeons, ob-gyns and a hybrid specialist called a urogynecologist for procedures to nip the inner labia, plump the outer labia, tighten the vagina and even restore the hymen, the little membrane that breaks during first intercourse (or for any number of reasons before ever having intercourse like riding a mountain bike or a horse, or just falling on a playground).
    The Toronto trim, and more
    Stubbs performs what he calls “the Toronto trim,” a combo procedure that includes a reduction of the inner labia and a slight “unhooding” of the clitoris so the little man in the boat isn’t being quite so reclusive.
    Women are just beginning to have another new procedure, too: G-spot enhancement. More about that later.
    In case you think this is yet another sign we’re all going to hell in a giant SUV loaded with sub-zero freezers and TIVO, and looking gorgeous all the way, well, maybe you’re right. But Wendy Lewis, the self-crowned “knife coach,” a consultant who matches a worldwide female clientele seeking cosmetic procedures with medical practitioners, says the surgeries are big in both Europe and the U.S. In Los Angeles local magazines are stuffed with ads promising to give women the yoni of their youth.
    After Dr. Gary Alter, who practices in both Beverly Hills and New York, performed a labia reduction on the makeover show “Dr. 90210,” “it brought lots of women out of the closet. I got massive amounts of e-mails and phone calls.”
    The reasons for the popularity of genital makeovers should be familiar to regular readers of Sexploration. As we’ve seen, pubic hair grooming has become practically a must. When all that hair gets shaved or waxed off, the naughty bits become much more obvious. We can see what’s up down there. And men and women are watching more porn these days, looking at the newly visible private parts, and comparing. Just as women clamored for the Jennifer Aniston hairdo during the early “Friends” era, men and women want to be as pretty down there as the people they see on their TV screen or in magazines.
    “People have suggested they’ve looked at Playboy or Penthouse,” confirms Dr. Ronald Blatt, medical director of the Manhattan Center for Vaginal Surgery. “They come in and say, ‘Make it look like that.’”

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    hehe, why would you need a doctor to do that. Hell, all I need is a sharp knife and ladies step in to my office.

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