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A British blogger turns her discarded vagina skin into a glittering necklace

Kiss underwent to the labiaplasty last year, in order to reduce the size of her labia. The surgery is popularly known as 'designer vagina surgery.'

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This is something unexpected, a blogger from British has created a jewelry by using the discarded vagina skin.

The mother of two children Tracy Kiss turned her discarded vagina skin into a glittering neckpiece.

The Sun reported, Kiss described: “I have kept my labia in a jar since my surgery to celebrate my freedom from pain as it took me 29 years to realise that anything was wrong with my tender protruding labia because nobody has ever talked about it.”

A British blogger turns her discarded vagina skin into a glittering necklace

Kiss underwent to the labiaplasty last year, in order to reduce the size of her labia. The surgery is popularly known as ‘designer vagina surgery.’

 

Kiss told the metro, “I visited my doctor with pain from training at the gym which felt like a burning sensation down below.” She added, “It turned out to be a cyst caused by friction because of my protruding labia and he advised I have it surgically removed.”

Kiss said that she is very passionate about the female genital surgery subject, she believes that her discarded vagina skin jewelry will be start conversation on it as it will draw people’s attention to the subject of female genital surgery.

Exactly one month ago, she posted her picture along with crystal labia necklace for which she used excess skin from a recent genital surgery (vaginal surgery). She took her Twitter and post a picture with the necklace and captioned it: “What do you think of my #bespoke #crystal #labia #necklace my darlings?”

The British blogger told the U.K. Sun, “Its contents may not be immediately obvious to the unsuspecting eye or to everybody’s taste.” She added, “but that’s the beauty of it.”

Kiss told metro.co.uk, “I kept my labia following my surgery as a trophy of overcoming the pain it had caused me my entire life.”

She said, “I also have my old breast implants too. Unfortunately the surgical fluid they were stored in turned them grey so I wanted a long term option of preservation for which I discovered crystal resin jewellery.”

 

 

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