For decades men have been guilty of either exaggerating their own size or looking for ways to increase the dimensions of a certain body part. Now woman are actually paying up to twenty thousand dollars to their private parts enlarged. A Hollywood gynecologist has set up an institute specializing in the various procedures used to enhance the female organ.
Dr. Matlock, who practices out of his posh Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Los Angeles on Sunset Boulevard, has developed his own handheld laser and has licensed his institute’s name and techniques to some 170 doctors worldwide, about 60 of them in the United States. All of these gynecologists, urologists or plastic surgeons have paid Dr. Matlock $54,500 for a three-day course that includes training not only in the G-Shot but in other so-called sexual-enhancement procedures, including vaginal tightening, labia reshaping, liposuction of the mons pubis and reduction of the skin around the clitoris in pursuit of what anyone’s guess is the vision of perfection. “Women want to have the best sexual experiences possible,” Dr. Matlock says. “They want to look pretty in that area and not old and haggard just because they’ve had kids. If they look good, they feel good, and if they feel good, sex is better.”
David L. Matlock, M.D. injects a dense dollop of collagen into her private parts that will plump it to the size of a small stack of quarters. Through an opening in a plastic speculum of his own design, the gynecologist navigates a needle into Staltare’s frontal wall, pumping it up with his “secret” variation of the substance that for years has been used to swell women’s lips. Dr. Matlock, known for his appearances on the E! channel show Dr. 90210, insists that enlarging a woman’s G-spot renders it more accessible and sensitive to the touch for a period of up to four months.
Staltare, a 33-year-old restaurant publicist who has had the $1,850 procedure twice before for free — and is getting it gratis again today in exchange for letting me watch — couldn’t agree more.
“It’s like having a mini-heartbeat inside me” she explains, a sensation that arouses her even during yoga and spinning classes, or when she drives along bumpy roads. During intimate encounters, Staltare says, she has volcanic, multiple peaks “like huge waves that keep lifting me higher and higher.”
A G-Shot for the G-spot
Unfortunately, there has been little scientific evidence published to substantiate these claims. In the case of the G-Shot, medical science has yet to confirm that the G-spot has any sexual powers in the first place. What is known is that a blob of tissue that may or may not have nerve endings running through to the clitoris may or may not be situated somewhere between the pelvic bone and the cervix along the frontal vaginal wall. Suggest any doubts to Dr. Matlock and he’ll look at you as a 5-year-old might had you just swiped his favorite toy.