Source – In December 2016, Tracy Kiss — a London-based lingerie model and blogger — had her labia minora removed. As Kiss, 29, told Teen Vogue, she was experiencing pain related to the fact that her labia minora extended beyond her labia majora, making it uncomfortable to wear tight clothing, ride a bike, or sit on hard surfaces. She started developing painful, recurring cysts in the area and eventually decided to have a labiaplasty and remove her labia minora.
“It marked a point in my life where my longterm suffering finally came to an end,” Kiss wrote on her blog about her surgery. But she didn’t want to just be totally rid of her labia minora, post-surgery.
“Seeing as I was awake for my labiaplasty surgery, whilst chatting to my surgeon, I casually asked if I could keep my labia as a trophy of finally being pain-free,” Tracy toldTeen Vogue.
For months, Kiss kept her removed labia in a jar in her kitchen “to celebrate my freedom from pain” after living with “tender, protruding labia” for 29 years and not realizing there was something she could do about it — mostly because female pain is rarely discussed openly, much less taken seriously. “As a result I’d missed out on so many hobbies and interests that I love and had to be mindful with tight clothing, exercise and intercourse because of the discomfort it caused simply because I didn’t know anything could be done about it – I thought all women were just as tender as I,” she wrote.
But over time, the labia began to discolor, and Kiss wanted to do something to preserve them longterm. Eventually, she decided to cover the tissue in glitter and set it in a crystal pendant, which she now wears on a necklace.
“Nobody recognized my necklace contains labia because it’s not something you would ever expect to see, but…I did see my glittery labia pendant as a reminder to never suffer in silence,” Kiss told Teen Vogue. Looking at the necklace, without knowing the story behind it, it’s impossible to guess what’s underneath the red glitter in the pendant. But Kiss’s necklace has been shared all over the internet, and with it, the message that while it’s normal to have labia of different sizes and shapes, you don’t have to live with constant pain.
You can read more about Kiss’s necklace and see step-by-step photos of the process behind making it on her blog.
When I read this story first I was mildly amused but not grossed out. The more I read and googled, the more I was turned on by this wacky minx.
Cutting off parts of your Vag is just smart to do when it looks like a misused pita. Keeping it is the fucked up part and if you really want to take it to the moon and back, glitter the shit out of it and turn it into jewelry. I tried to do the same with my foreskin and turn it into a wallet. Small wallet but it held coins and a condom which was cool.
For some reason, I dont find it weird Tracy rubs sperm on her face but I do find it weird she doesn’t get it straight from the tap. Still for some reason it gives us a boner.
Then I watched this one. I personally can’t imagine anything more disgusting but to each their own. AA groups have a saying “Live and let live” that is extremely prominent in the AA community. Basically, it means if someones doing something that you dont agree with and you want to control, dont. Even if it some cum guzzler telling everyone to drink semen. It’s not hurting me but it certainly doesn’t look appetizing to watch. Also, I wouldn’t be taking the advice of a youtube star who makes vagina necklaces but what do I know. She’s brave and funny AF. I think I’m In Love.