Lady turns her labia into a necklace after being cut off in 'designer vagina' surgery

Tracy, a former glamour model and single mum-of-two, has made a necklace from her labia which was cut off during designer vagina surgery. Tracy revealed she has suffered with pain and tenderness her whole life from her protruding labia.
She wrote on her blog: "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.”

According to Daily Mirror, after realising something could be done Tracy turned to surgery in December 2016, had her labia removed and changed her whole life.

For a while, Tracy kept her labia "floating in a jar" on her kitchen dresser, but they didn't 'keep' as well as she had hoped. I know that keeping body parts may not be to everybody’s taste," Tracy explains.

However with time, the cut off tissue has discoloured from pink to a pale grey, crinkled up in the surgical fluid and turned curly which has made them less of a trophy and more of a Halloween accessory so I’ve been looking into ways to more effectively preserve them longterm."
She set about 'drying out' her labia on a makeshift washing line using Christmas card pegs, an ice cream box and cotton string. She applied several coats of textured, pearl-finish paint - red, to match her bold nails and lipstick - dried them with a hairdryer and then dusted them off with glitter.
She then set the labia into resin using an oval-shaped mould and, voila, she had a necklace pendant ready. The model and blogger shared her story to raise awareness about circumcision, in the hope that no other women suffer for so long the way she did.

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