I’m still trying to decide how I feel about the G-Shot, a surgical procedure available at Los Angeles’ Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of America, which claims to improve women’s sex lives by pumping up the G-spot with collagen. The injection, which increases the size of the G-spot to that of a quarter, takes aboout about 30 minutes, runs about $1,000 and lasts for four months. It’s kind of like Botox, or lip filler, only with the G-Shot you get
general local anesthesia. Phew. I would have been up all night terrorized by the thought of getting a shot in my vagina. (I can’t even type those words without grinding my teeth.)
In a study done, about 87 percent of women who received the shot reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification. One woman who got the G-Shot says the results were staggering:
“I have quite literally never experienced anything quite like it … I had constant multiple orgasms which went on for hours … That first time, the whole thing was so intense I was actually a bit scared. I was so overcome, but thankfully the intensity is something I’ve got used to. I still have multiple orgasms every time I have sex, but they no longer leave me flat on my back.”
Hmmm. I’m always skeptical of quick fixes of any sort, but maybe that’s just me. Whenever a woman brags about having millions of orgasms, I automatically think she’s lying. I’m awful, I know. Assuming this woman is telling the truth and she has multiple orgasms a day and the G-Shot is a miracle, I think I dislike the thought of G-spot injections in the same way I dislike the thought of Botox. I’d rather not mess with things on my face/body if they’re doing what they’re supposed to. Also, I hate the possible implication that there is something deficient about our G-spots (which are highly elusive, and some believe, mythical to begin with) as they are naturally. At the same time, I’m for the increase of pleasure, in whatever form it comes. As long as G-spot shaming doesn’t become a trend (my G-spot is bigger than yours! So I have 90 orgasms to your one!), I guess this could be a good option for women who can afford it.
Thoughts? Would you get collagen G-spot injections?