The Perfect Fit procedure trends today as humans seek a perfect match of genital for maximum sensual and sexual pleasure. It is called genital matchmaking service.
The procedure is built to improve sex life by increasing vagina and penis friction.
Consultations are given to measure and match up the couple before offering the necessary penis enlargement and vaginal rejuvenation or tightening procedures to make them a “perfect fit”.
Dr Glancey told a United Kingdom (UK) publication that: “The friction introduced by ‘well fitting’ genitals is proven to improve sexual pleasure, with orgasm ‘ultimately depending on the degree of friction produced during intercourse’ for both partners,
She enlightened further that this is one of the reasons why men who frequently masturbate find it difficult to climax during intercourse with a woman because they are used to producing a ‘perfect fit’ of their hand.
As explained, their hands fit like a glove over their penises compared to being with a female partner.
Dr Glancey also added that ageing is a large contributing factor towards couples not being sexually compatible, citing that, as the years go by, the penis does not change significantly in terms of thickness but that the vagina does.
Dr Glancey claimed she’s saved many marriages as couple’s who have good sex “will stay together despite their differences in other areas.”
The British cosmetic surgeon is now is in high demand, especially since lockdown has couples spending more time together.
Glancey is said to have perfected the latest trend in cosmetic surgery – the ‘Perfect Fit’ procedure.
According to the Daily Mail, heterosexual couples across the UK are lining up for the “genital matchmaking service”.
However, the “tightness” vs. “looseness” of vaginas as it affects sexual pleasure is debatable.
Creams, exercise regimes and surgeries tout for an “ideal” vagina have been recommended, but some experts claim these recommendations are unfounded and unnecessary as the vagina loses tightness when lubricated in the heat of maximum arousal.