The Labiaplasty Boom, or the World’s Latest Complaint with the Female Form

Image: Olivia Mew

aginas are symbolic more than they are real. In art, they’re hints hidden behind innocent masses of hair, while a flaccid phallus remains on full display. In literature, it’s referred to as some sort of mysterious cavern, the purpose of which is merely to be inside. In everyday life, it is not a labia and a vulva and a cervix, but one’s “lady bits” or the even…