People have become obsessed with how they look. In fact, it has gone beyond that. Some are obsessed with how things look that nobody even looks at.
I'm talking here about a growing and dangerous trend in plastic surgery - the designer vagina. Women are unhappy with the way there vaginas appear in the mirror (usually they have to squat over this mirror to actually see what is supposed to be wrong with their bits), and want to do something about it. Something drastic, painful and occasionally even dangerous.
What has gone wrong with our society that a woman is so unhappy with the appearance of her sexual organs that she is prepared to go under the knife?
To a large degree, the fault lies with pornography. Porn is becoming a normal thing for young couples to sit down and watch; adult movies can be a prelude to love making. Increasingly, young women are seeing the "ideal" vaginas of the porn stars and thinking that their husbands will only be happy if they are the same. Neatly trimmed pubic hair (better if there is none - the Brazilian is almost compulsory for young women these days) is a minimum. Long, shaggy pubes are a hangover from the 60s, and you would be hard pressed to find a woman under 45 sporting the pubic afro. Then, there is the absence of large and protrusive labia. Porn starlets all have nothing hanging out of place.
If you search for "designer vagina" on the Internet, you will find plenty of surgeons offering this service, for women who are worried about the shape and/or colour of their vaginas. Taking the step of mutilating your vagina just to fit some "ideal" is not wise.
If you are female and your partner wants you on to have "corrective" surgery in your vagina, then perhaps you need to move on from him. Vaginas are as varied and different on women as penises are on men.
There are only a few things you need to worry about as far as the vagina goes, and they pretty much all involve hygiene. Most recommendations about vaginal health are quite straight-forward - keep it clean without going overboard with soap. Not rocket science. If you are having trouble with this aspect, then no amount of designer vagina surgery is going to be any good to you.
Sure, shave or wax your pubic hair if you want. Most women who do this hate it if their pubes grow back for whatever reason (confinement to bed as a result of illness etc) and cannot wait to take to the razor. But even shaving and waxing can have unpleasant side-effects - ingrown hairs, rashes, pimples etc.