Modupe Ozolua: “Virginity Restoration Surgery Is Important For Women”

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March 19, 2013 – Modupe Ozolua: “Virginity Restoration Surgery Is Important For Women”

Nigerian business woman, Modupe Ozolua, the founder of Body Enhancement Limited who hailed from the Royal family of the Benin Kingdom in Edo State is out in the spotlight again.

Modupe Ozien Ozolua is the CEO of Body Enhancement and Founder of a non-profit organization, BEARS Foundation, which offers free corrective surgery to underprivileged men, women and children.

In this recent interview with Chuks Eze of Daily Sun, she said virginity restoration surgery is important for women.

Read the interview excerpt after the photo below

“As long as women have vaginal birth, as long as they have intercourse, and as long as they age, at some point in time, they would need reconstruction.

I’m not encouraging every woman to do it, just those who feel they need it or if their gynecologist advises them to do it. But women need to know that vagina reconstruction is different from vagina tightening.

If you want to feel like a virgin again, I would ask you to see a gynecologist who will repair the appropriate muscles. Vagina reconstruction is different from going in and repairing whatever to restore virginity,” said The Chief Executive Officer of Body Enhancement limited in Nigeria and founder and president of Body Enhancement Annual Reconstructive Surgery Foundation

Do you agree with her?

20 thoughts on “Modupe Ozolua: “Virginity Restoration Surgery Is Important For Women”

  1. Wat den z d diff btw ‘vagina reconstruction’ nd ‘repairin of wateva 2 restore virginity’ wen u say d end point z 2 mke u feel lyk a virgin once again….mstcheeewww! Plz dnt try 2 complicate wrds here, we ain’t babies..

  2. There is a difference between virginal reconstruction and repair. You reconstruct wher extreme damage has been done in e.g a bad rape or circumstion . Whereas repair is tighten muscules due simple over use, child birth ( baby too big) simple weaken of the muscles. As long as is done properly by a specialist gynecologinist, then there is nothing wrong with it.

    I am certain every woman has apart of their body they don’t like and if given the opportunity and money will change it. Each to their own.

    • I agree with you completely. We talk loosely because it doesn’t bear on us. He who wears the shoes feel the pinch. What this is all about could even be for health reasons which people have misconstrued because of their misconstrued minds.

  3. Boy o boy! Dis topic pas me o! I no knw wetin i fit talk now muscle pull go hol me 4 mouth. I stil de wear pampas. Make i just sidon de listen 2 my elders.

  4. i tink dis woman brain is undergoing some mental retardation and therefore needs to be accelerated in uniform velocity.she is tawkin of virginity surgery but i tink she nid it more dan any tin for her brain cos i blive d brain av open wide and therefor nids to b shut bak ,nonsense-bullshit

  5. I think this lady is in serious need of brain transplant because she does not seem to understand what is meant by virginity. This is not something that can be restore by human when it is lost.

  6. Naija! ahn ahn. *smh* Obviously this woman’s words have been taken and completely twisted. She didn’t say virginity reconstruction; she’s talking about vagina reconstruction which some women in their life time do in fact need, and for which modern medicine (thank God) can provide. It is usually needed when there has been damage to the woman’s reproductive organs e.g tears from difficult childbirth and like someone on here said rape, etc etc. Usually because of the damage it affects sexual intercourse, hence intimacy.
    Please educate yourselves people and don’t be too quick to jump on the judgement bandwagon.

  7. I think it’s good,I also did it when I was raped at 7.I used to cry every day,apart from the trauma it brought.I had to undergo to the vagina reconstruction process. Now am loving myself everyday.No more pains,no more sleepless nights,no more fear and Now am 21 and strong,I’ll be graduating next two years as a psychologist.

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