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Featured Surgeon In Sexy Baby Film Disputes Accuracy of Documentary Regarding Labiaplasty
Date:3/12/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 12, 2013

Dr. Bernard Stern the featured surgeon in the controversial film festival documentary, Sexy Baby, today criticized the film as being sensationalistic saying it incorrectly associates labiaplasty with pornography. A leading global expert with over 25 years of experience in the medical field, Dr. Stern was an early pioneer in the area of feminine cosmetic genital surgery. He was asked by the film’s directors at the onset of the production to contribute his surgical skills to the making of the documentary—and even performed surgery on a young woman in one scene.

Dr. Stern says he was greatly dismayed over the film’s inaccurate portrayal of young women’s decisions to undergo labiaplasty as being driven by the adult film industry rather than functional and cosmetic issues which relate to self-esteem. “When I was first approached, the original concept was to talk about the rapidly evolving societal acceptance of feminine cosmetic genital procedures,” Dr. Stern affirmed. “The final product I viewed was not correct in that it focused on pornography and the Internet, instead of the sound medical procedure of labiaplasty.”

First premiering at the TriBeca Film Festival in New York City months ago, the controversial documentary now airing on major cable networks throughout March and available on-line is the story of three young women (ages 12, 22, and 32) and their skirmishes with rapidly evolving cultural sexual behavior and how they’ve each accepted, adapted, and acted with regard to this sexual evolution.

“This film wrongly tries to connect sound elective cosmetic surgery—performed to deal with everyday disorders and self-esteem issues—with pornography—and nothing could be further f
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