As if it’s not enough that women can get our labia mauled beautified by plastic surgeons, we apparently need to dye them as well. Behold My New Pink Button, a ” Cosmetic Dye especially for the woman’s genital area, to help restore that healthy vibrant Rosy color. [sic]” Click at your peril; you may need a barf bag on standby.
This product had Dodai at Jezebel asking:
My New Pink Button is pitched as a product which “restores sexual confidence to Women everywhere!” But it seems like it could actually instill anxiety — if you didn’t know you were supposed to have a “youthful” look between your legs, doesn’t the discovery of this stuff foster insecurity?
Well, yeah. Fostering insecurity the only way to sell this crap. Like labiaplasty, anal bleaching, breast augmentation, et al., Pink Button exists only because of the beauty culture propaganda that tells our normal, healthy bodies are ugly. With all the mentions of “fresh’ and “youthful” looking pussies, the creators get bonus misogyny points for ageism.
But rather than rant about all that–which y’all have heard me do plenty of times before–I’d like to talk gender equality. Men’s privates also change color with age.The turgid reddish-purple erection of a 20 year old does not last into middle age–unless the man takes a vasodialator like Viagra, in which case, turgid purpleness is a dead giveaway. And just as an erection doesn’t have to be red and rock-hard to give and receive pleasure, a vulva that’s not glistening pink and “youthful” works just fine too. So I was pleased to see that Pink Button comes with this important user information:
Q. “Can you use this solution on other body parts”?
A. Yes, this can be used on the nipples and men’s genitals.
Dudes! Is your cock is looking a bit…old? Not fresh or young or studly enough? Want to show her the hot red throbber of your youth? I’ve got the perfect product for you! Just don’t expect to find it in my medicine cabinet.