Vajewel your private parts? Can it be more ridiculous?
As our country chases the bling and fame of celebrities, marketers are thinking of new and exciting ways for us to spend money on absolutely useless and extravagant stuff. It seems that every channel on television has to have a reality show that betters the next in this conspicuous consumption trend. With Beverly Hills Nannies, competing against other more established shows like the Shah's of Beverly Hills and of course the mother of all excess Keeping up With the Kardashians, it shouldn't be a surprise that aestheticians and beauty spa are now offering special treatments for your nether region.
Yes, that's right, you can now add bling to your vaginal area. Companies like Completely Bare, run by a New York Housewives, are now offering crystals, special art shavings and who knows what else on your special area. There was no discussion as to why anyone would want to do this and certainly the men (or women for the LGBT crowd) would desire to see some creation when getting intimate. Or am I just in a sane minority?
This is not the way to attract men or improve your self-esteemIf this is a new way to attract men, then I think most women haven't been paying attention to the thousands of years of information on how to attract a man. Or they simply have too much money or time on their hands. Or perhaps it's another way to sell women to improve their attitude and confidence because they don't already have enough self-esteem? I mean really? Do we have to have our private parts Vajewel, Vajazzling with Swarovski Crystal Elements all trademarked of course? It isn't just these high volume laser hair removal spas that are proposing some form of altering your body in order to satisfy the feeling that we women are incomplete when we clearly aren't. When will it end? It probably won't and the options for spending our money on more stuff will just keep on being offered to us whether we need it or not.
This is clearly different from vaginal enhancements, where some women actually feel the need to improve their sexual organs structure from years of use, child-birth or other damage. Not simply adding a new paint-job or illustration to your car. Is there a purpose? Is this like adding custom nail paint or some other aesthetic treatment? Or can it be compared to physical changes that are similar to medical spa treatments? To be honest, it is not the latter and it sure isn't going to improve anyone's attitude because you're not going to just rip off your pants and show the world how bedazzled your vajayjay is and oh, how I hat that stupid term for my pink taco! Leave it alone already, it's beautiful as it is!