A primary school worker has been suspended after bragging about her £500 ‘designer vagina’ in a magazine.
Kim Hanson, 37, told Closer how her sex life was “amazing” after undergoing a tightening procedure.
But, the teaching assistant’s revelations saw her removed from the classroom at St. Clement’s Catholic Primary School in Runcorn while an investigation takes place.
She told the Mail Online: “I didn’t think they would be happy about it, but I feel I’ve been badly treated.
“If it was a man in a magazine talking about testicular cancer or erectile dysfunction nobody would mind. I wasn’t embarrassed about it.
“There was the shock value of the headline to get people’s attention, but I thought it was more an informative article.
“I’m totally devastated.”
In the article headlined “I dumped my husband and got a designer vagina” Kim explained she decided to undergo the procedure last year to give herself a boost after breaking up with her husband of 10 years in 2015.
She found herself feeling self conscious about her intimate parts, and was left with stress incontinence after having stitches following the birth of her youngest child.
The single mother-of-four, from Manchester, explained: “I would worry about it when I was on the trampoline with the kids, so it was really daunting to think about having sex with a new man.”
The painless procedure meant she was home within a day, and she said that both she and her new partner were delighted with the results.
She added: “It’s so neat and tidy no and there are not longer signs of ageing or childbirth.
“And my sex life is amazing.”