Body-shaming sex products
It used to be limited to penis pumps and padded bras. But where there is insecurity -- especially when it comes to sexual attraction -- there is financial opportunity. It's no surprise, then, that we now have everything from breast augmentation to labiaplasties, pectoral implants to penis-enhancing pills. Lately, I've noticed a whole new breed of body-shaming products effectively marketed as sex toys. They target everything from "vaginal looseness" to funky-tasting ejaculate, but the general message is the same: Your genitals are gross. Let's take a critical look, shall we?