Women are doing it for themselves. Body modifications can empower you

Body modifications, be it cosmetic surgery, changing your hair colour, tattoos, piercings or rejuvenating your vagina can be extremely empowering for women. And more and more men are also making changes to themselves as well.

There is a historical stigma against women modifying their bodies

Dr Eve, Sexologist

Women, and increasingly men, are not just choosing to make body modifications in order to please a partner or because they feel shame about the way they look. Dr Eve says the body should be seen as fun.

I'm referring to a culture of what I call fluid beauty and I'm really loving it!" I say why not? Why do we not have the right to go and change anything that we want to

Dr Eve, Sexologist

Dr Eve says its time to move away from the traditional view that frown on procedures like cosmetic surgery. The voices of women - and men - to be heard about why they make these changes for themselves. Nothing is off limits.


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