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I swear, the medical establishment just can't seem to get it right when it comes to our G-spots. I saw a brochure today advertising a service called the G-Shot ?, a so-called "G-spot amplification procedure". Upon closer investigation, I found that women are being invited to pay a gynecologist $1850 to get collagen injected into their urethral sponge, to make it swell up for four months. (This gynecologist, Dr. David Matlock, is the same one who is famous for performing Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation?, a fancy term for performing cosmetic surgery on women?s inner labia.) How do you like that?� In 2001, the G-spot was likened to a UFO by none other than the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. So, gynecologists, which is it? Is the G-spot a myth and our experiences with it all in our minds, or is it of such great consequence to our sex lives that we have to drain our savings accounts to make sure it works properly?The arrogant dismissal! The� fear-inducing hype! Both make me so mad! We don?t need a panel of medical experts to verify that we just had an earth-shattering orgasm and soaked our sheets. Sex-positive, woman-positive sex educators work tirelessly for decades to understand the G-spot and female ejaculation and then educate others, and along comes a gynecologist to exploit our consciousness-raising efforts. He even uses feminist language to draw women in ? his mission is to "empower women with knowledge, choice and alternatives."We don?t need his brand of empowerment. We don?t need surgery of any kind on our vulvas ? no collagen injections, no inner labia trimming. Our pussies are beautiful and our G-spots are functional.All we need is love ? self love.