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Rebecca Kamm: The $2250 orgasm injection

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A new jab promises enhanced sexual pleasure for ladies. Photo / Thinkstock
A new jab promises enhanced sexual pleasure for ladies. Photo / Thinkstock

The mere thought of someone injecting a foreign substance into my vagina makes my whole body seize up like a tin soldier, so I'm not really sure how women are braving 'G-Shots', but they are.

LA's "latest lunchtime craze", the G-Shot involves pumping filler into a woman's (oft debated) G-Spot to increase its size, making orgasm easier to reach and more intense.

Or so say fans of the sexy jab, which lasts just four months and is performed using local anaesthetic. It also costs quite a lot of money: "Some people say [NZ $2,250] is kind of high for something that's temporary," says Dr David Matlock, the Beverly Hills physician who invented the shot. "But I say it's a small price to pay for such a bundle of joy."

I personally think the real bundle of joy is to be found in the 'G-Spot Amplification' testimonials, mainly because they read like the women have been huffing nitrous all day:

"I was riding in the car with my partner and we went on this cobblestone road and I became sexual aroused [sic] which lead to uncontrollable laughter... guess what happened next?"

"The effects of the G-Shot is instant and within 4 hours of the shot you can pleasure yourself with ecstasy."

"During my spinning class I have this smile on my face and people think that I am enjoying my workout but actually I am sexually aroused."

"After my G-Shot I get sexually aroused performing yoga"

Also, the shot would appear to transform your G-Spot from a dot of human tissue into a real living thing, controlling lady machinery from inside like a tiny factory worker:

"My G-Spot is always present and ready for action at a moments notice."

"What a result. All I have to do is think about sex and I can feel my G-Spot react."

According to G-Shot, 87 per cent of women in a pilot study reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification after the treatment. Which is a good success rate I suppose.

However, if non G-Shot sex was a total downer afterwards you'd be facing almost US$6k annually to extend the delirium. Keeping Dr David Matlock - from whom physicians can order the "compound, posters and print-ready ads" RIGHT NOW - in Ferraris forever.

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