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Labiaplasty after being abused as a child

Labiaplasty after being abused as a child

Postby JennyVal » Sun Mar 15, 2015 3:41 pm

Hi there,

This may be a contentious post, but I'm interested in the idea that for some women – women who have been sexually abused – labiaplasty could be a coping mechanism in the same way that self-harm and an eating disorder can be; a way of regaining control over the body.

I'm a journalist investigating this topic, as a thoughtful addition to the usual media portrayal of why women choose labiaplasty.

I'd love to talk to women about this if it strikes a chord for them. Your identity would be protected, of course (unless you prefer otherwise).

Please contact me if interested.

jennyvalentish - at - gmail - dot - com
JennyVal
 
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