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What are your thoughts on ‘vajazzling’?

by Vee (follow)

Image sourced from http://www.vajazzlekits.com/

I first heard about this odd trend a couple of years ago while I was studying at university. Apparently, since then, vajazzling has ‘has turned into an artform’ (sic.).

What do you think about women decorating their lady parts?

#Body art
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I think it is disgusting, because you wont have it done unless you intend on someone seeing it, and I don't think you should show off that part of your body. The person who would see that part of your body shouldn't need a sexy lure like that to find you attractive.
by Vee
Those are some solid comments I must agree with. Awesome view points!
by Manny
Super weird. I had never heard of it before and just googled it to find out what it was. Got an eyeful which was a bit more than I had bargained for I can tell you. I mean, if they want to do it, that's fine, but I don't want to see it! LOL
Haha, sorry Sarah perhaps I should have warned you.
by Vee
Damn! That's intense. My mind has officially been blown.

To each their own, I say!
I just clicked the link to find out about this 'trend' and the image of the teeth decoration has scarred my mind. Wow!

It's not my cup of tea, but I imagine there's some fun designs and people who'd enjoy this. Whatever floats your boat I guess. I'm just not sure why sticking 'teeth' decorations down there would ever be a good look.
I had not heard of it before, however if someone wants to do that to themselves it is their business.
I would not do it however.
I am a firm believer in not criticising people for their beliefs, ideals and this includes things like tatoos -doesn't mean I like them.
by Finy
I agree about not judging people who choose to vajazzle, but I must say that I think it is an odd practice. Isn't enough that we are expected to be hairless these days? And, like I said to Jennifer, True, I have always wondered about the practicality of it...chaffing and the like.
by Vee
I also didnt realise we WERE shaving! And I thought it was a real Tattoo. I wondered how people could put up with the pain...one of my kids used to have piercings on their tongue and I hated it but it was not up to me to always tell them how to live! eventually they got rid of it anyway, so probably what would happen to this if it is not permanent.
by Finy
Oh yes, we are very much hairless these days. I'm surprised we've still got eyebrows.
by Vee
It's not something I'd ever bother with myself but I suppose Iif women find it a fun and creative way to express themselves that's cool. I like that the women in those pictures aren't all the standard supermodel type. There are even some stretch marks.

Are the designs just glued on?
Basically, yes. They glue them on using things like bindi glue, spirit gum or clear eyelash adhesive.

True, if people choose to do it, then that's their business. But, I have to say, I have always wondered about the practicality of vajazzling...chaffing and the like. Hmm.
by Vee
Yeah, not at all practical and possibly painful, but that is true of a lot of things women do in the name of beauty (waxing, plucking, bleaching etc.). At least this shows a little individuality instead of trying to make everybody look the same.
by Vee
I think it is a very cute idea....I like it.

I know, it could be seen as tacky.I get that.
But, women do all kinds of other things to feel pretty, so why not.

I find it a bit weird that you shave off all the hair but then go and have something else stuck on...just on an intellectual level. I have no issue with it but it does seem you can sell women on any idea...so again intellectually I have a slight issue with that. Overall, however, I think it's just a bit of fun, and if that's what you want to do, go for it.
I agree.
by Vee
Vajazzling?? haven't heard of this before.. Not my body, so not my botheration. Most often, I like everything as it was designed, with no alterations. But in saying so, if someone wanted to alter or re-design or for that matter decorate to make it appear beautiful or dazzling, I will not intervene!
never heard of it before now. I remember Hank Moody saying in Californication (a great show as long as it wasn't taken seriously) that he preferred a little bit of hair to show they were women. If females want to prissy up that part of their anatomy it doesn't bother me.
Hey, who thought I would agree with anything anybody on that show said?! Haha. Thanks for sharing.
by Vee
I think this is something that should be kept private. Between the woman and her partner and not the entire world. I find it to be like a distasteful version of soft porn.
Umm, just no.
by Gia
I would be like this pic . . . . . however, apart from the inevitable skin rashes, whatever floats your boat. Seems like a weird thing to do though.

by Rice
LOL! I like it.
by Vee
Why would you want to do some thing so stupid. What would the doctor say. Why can't we just be natural
Never heard of Vajazzling,
How is it an art form?
I may need to look more into this?
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