A recent study that was conducted and published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology showed that once women had seen photos of surgically altered lady parts, their views of what “normal” should look like down there changed and was skewed.
There were 97 women involved in the study who ranged in age from 18-30. They were each put into one of three different groups. The first group looked at photos of an unaltered [email protected] The second group was asked to look at photos of a surgically altered [email protected] The third group did not look at any type of photos at all. They were then asked to look at 20 photos that were both surgically altered and were unaltered. They were asked which was more “normal” looking according to society.
Out of all three of the groups the group that had viewed the photos of surgically enhanced [email protected] said that those ones out of the last block of 20 were the ones that looked the closest to what a “normal” [email protected] should look like. The group that had viewed the photos of the natural [email protected] said that the unaltered ones were the closest to “normal”. All three of the groups agreed that the photos of the surgically enhanced lady parts were the ones that were the closest to what society’s ideal [email protected] looks like. The first group felt the strongest about this but the other two groups also agreed.
So the conclusion that could be drawn from this study is that women feel that the surgically altered private parts were more the “social norm” as opposed to those that had not been touched by plastic surgery. This could be equivalent to men looking at a “normal” or average sized pen!s and then ones from p-0-rn stars and saying that the parts of the p-0-rn star were more socially ideal.