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For the uninitiated, labiaplasty involves cutting off the inner labia so that they don’t ‘hang’ below the outer labia. The labiaplasty business has skyrocketed over the past few years, and Lisa’s mission was to find out why so many women hate the appearance of their vulvas to the point that they’d willingly have pieces of them surgically removed. One step at a time, just like everything else in life. Yeah, her hands are all over you and that’s a turn-on.

Yes, just holding hands is a big turn-on when you’ve never even pulled down a woman’s pants!I link that shame to internalized transphobia, internalized racism. A lot of it is just about me wanting to beat myself up because I'm not pretty enough.I've had this thing where people are writing all sort of articles, "Laverne Cox has broken the trans glass ceiling." People are writing all this crazy stuff that I'm this groundbreaking whatever.Full disclosure: I've known Laverne for about five years and interviewed her several times when I worked at VH1. Fuller disclosure: I couldn't be prouder of her success. I don't know if it's about me being trans, but maybe. I think really it comes from like a desire to want to be in control of how you're represented. I was looking at some stills from the show that are up online.

[In the past] I was like, "When I am successful, I'm going to look differently. And that will equal me being successful." And then I was looking at myself with all the imperfections that I see, and still people are relating to this character, people are connecting to her. So I'm on this show that is kind of a hit now and I don't look like Beyoncé.

There's no blueprint for Cox's life, no precedent for current or future success.