Christina Aguilera Is Protective Of Her Vagina

February 16th, 2008 // 30 Comments

Christina Aguilera says that she chose to have her new baby Max by c-section because she was afraid of vaginal tearing. “I’d heard horror stories about tearing. I really wanted a calm and peaceful environment. I didn’t want any surprises,” Xtina told the British press. Don’t they just shoot you full of drugs nowadays? Like so you’re dead from waist down? Now she’s going to have a big belly scar that slutty outfits like chaps and bikini bottoms won’t hide!

Xtina says that her husband Jordan Bratman wasn’t squeamish about the birth at all and was armed with a video camera. Look, I’ve had plenty of these new parents show me the photos from the delivery room and after the birth. The mother never looks cute. She looks like she just got thrown out of a moving car. Plus, inevitably you can see her boobs in one of them. I know she’s smiling wanly at the camera but we can read the subtle expression that says “get the f*cking camera out of my face, you cretin.”

Photos: Flynet Onilne

More photos of Christina Aguilera and husband Jordan Bratman spending Valentine’s Day together at Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica are after the jump.


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Photos: Flynet Onilne

By J. Harvey
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  1. P

    NO way!! c sections are carefully done and they dont leave a scary scar anymore, and it can always be blend with mederma, it gets done way done so you can easily wear low rise pants and bikinis, nobig deal anymore, well that was my experience

  2. Kelly

    Anytime you subject yourself to being cut wide open it results in scar tissue. Scar tissue will destroy yur body from the inside out. Why endanger your health?!?

  3. JK

    Considering Xtina’s assless chaps days, I’m going to guess she knows whereof she speaks regarding vaginal tearing.

  4. rebecca

    she’s just a baby! any woman that make up excuses as to why shes not delivering naturally is just scared and needs to get over it. plus if she wasn’t a celebrity to have a c section for no reason is unheard of! get over yourself and your tear free vajaja!!

  5. Stickler

    Her face looks different to me. Does anyone else think her face looks different??

  6. Lola

    If she didn’t want any surprises, she probably shouldn’t be having children!

  7. janepitt

    Cristina is a moran. Considering her reputation I don’t understand the concern for tearing, if it wasn’t damaged by her sluttines.

  8. Lisa

    Wow people, get over yourselves. Vaginal tearing is a very real possibility, in fact it happens more often than not. I have a friend who has no sensation in her vagina now because of giving birth vaginally. None. And this is way more common than you would think given how much crap we’re always told about the beauty of drug free vaginal births. Of course, ideally we would all give birth naturally, but when we did that a hundred years ago, 1 in 4 women died in childbirth. Christina Aguilera is a tiny woman, I don’t blame her for being scared. Good for her for being honest about it.

    And yes, I’m a mother. I seriously doubt that you haters have all gone through pregnancy and childbirth.

  9. tink1217

    csections, unless emergency, do not leave huge belly scars anymore!!! They do “bikini cuts” now. I have 2 of them. Its below my pants and underwear line. Nobody but my husband sees it and its only about 6-7 inches long and very smooth. It looks better than my stretch marks…which are actually on my stomach! I would MUCH rather have a csection scar than vaginal tearing. My first csection was for failure to progress(after 24 hrs of labor and dilating only 5 cm). My 2nd was scheduled due to my son’s size and the possibility of uterine rupture (he was over 10 pounds and only 18 months between kids). Christina can do whatever she wants. Long as baby and mom are both healthy and happy.

  10. rebecca

    ok this goes out to lisa- this “hater” is a mom of 3 good size boys and one on the way and i have had them all naturally with no problems. so again i say christina is just a baby and she should have at least tried to do it vaginally-we’re women thats what we are suppose to do.

  11. rebecca

    ok this goes out to lisa- this “hater” is a mom of 3 good size boys and one on the way and i have had them all naturally with no problems. so again i say christina is just a baby and she should have at least tried to do it vaginally-we’re women thats what we are suppose to do.

  12. me

    I’ve given birth both ways. C-section is definately my preferred method! Nobody gives you a f*ng medal afterwards for suffering through. She’s a tiny girl, not everybody has those “baby-birthin’ hips” like you must, Rebecca.

  13. Chaz

    I’m never going to give birth, but I guess I’m surprised to see so many people saying that major surgery, which is what a Caesarean amounts to, is preferable to giving birth the way it’s done throughout the animal kingdom. I’m not saying it’s wrong, I’m just surprised.

    Xtina, for future reference: if you’re giving an interview in the future and you find yourself discussing your vagina, you’ve gone too far. kthx.

  14. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there a exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taking lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnacies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  15. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there are exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taken lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal tissue scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnancies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  16. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there are exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taken lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal tissue scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnancies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  17. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there a exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taking lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnacies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  18. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there a exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taking lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnacies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  19. The problem here is that the rich and famous cannot be bothered in letting nature takes its course. They want everything to be easy, even having children. I think people forget that the vagina is the BIRTH CANAL.While tearing is a possibility it heals pretty quickly( quicker than a c-section).If first time moms have a real fear of tearing there a exercises that can help prepare your vagina for delivery. C-section is major abdominal surgery and should never be taking lightly, sure the outside scar might not be noticeable, but one should take into consideration of the internal scarring and the effects it can have on future pregnacies and delivery. I do not want to offend any mothers who had their children via c- section because of complications because at the end of the day the baby and the mom’s health is what matters, but there is nothing I mean nothing in this world more satisfying than working with your body through all the blood, sweat and tears to push this beautiful living thing into this world. Does it hurt? sure does,but the pain fades away as soon as you see the wonder that you created.

  20. So sorry for all the re-posting!!!It was not done intentionally.First time poster.

  21. Mojoman

    I am amazed how a discussion about delivery of Vajayjay Vs. C section can bring the interest of so many posts! I think we should respect the mothers’ choices. It’s their bodies, they got to do what’s best (or what they think is best) for themselves. I did a vaginal delivery (with epidural) because this is my choice, even when my doc asked me if I wanted a C-Sec due to my exhaustion (after so many hours pushing) and to avoid baby in distress. But I still respect the other mothers who chose C-sec because they couldnt take the emotional stress/fear of pain “down there”. Let them be!

  22. Jane_smith

    Umm. I’d have to disagree with the lady that said the pain fades when you “see the wonder of what you created”… I had a few tears and my stuff hurt for almost a year. I did natural childbirth and will NEVER go through that again if given the choice. Well, Maybe now I would since it’s all stretched/jacked up from giving birth the first time but; but if I’d know then what I know now I’d definitely have begged for a C-section!

  23. Loob

    “she should have at least tried to do it vaginally-we’re women thats what we are suppose to do.”

    What an ignorant pile of garbage, Rebecca.
    Right, a tiny woman should risk herself getting torn up and her baby getting squashed and strangled “cos back on the prairie we here fine breedin’ stock done squatted in the field and had us a lovely natural birth complete with as much torture as we could possibly ensure.”

    I doubt you’re even a woman. “we’re women thats what we are suppose to do.”?? That is what an ignorant misogynist male would say.
    (Not that all men are that way, don’t get me wrong.)

  24. Bill

    Christina is a tiny woman. I can understand her not wanting to have her vagina all torn up.

    My wife had vaginal tearing during one birth and she reported it hurt like hell; even months afterward. A female friend of mine had one child and stopped there; because she couldn’t go through the pain of childbirth again.

    Guys, imagine trying to pass a bowling ball out your anus. That what’s child birth is like for a woman. If you could avoid that, wouldn’t you?

  25. It was her choice dammit get over it. I had a C-section a month ago by choice at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center also because I have asthma (not bad) and didn’t want vaginal tearing either! Call me a baby or whatever that’s fine. I made my choice, and less then 2 weeks later I was moving around all over the place without pain. That’s so annoying, we are women that’s what we need to do bullshit. When you are 90 years old are you going to opt out of new surgeries that can make like less painful for you or are you going to say, “I’m old, we are supposed to be in pain.”

    Ignorant twit.

  26. It was her choice dammit get over it. I had a C-section a month ago by choice at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center also because I have asthma (not bad) and didn’t want vaginal tearing either! Call me a baby or whatever that’s fine. I made my choice, and less then 2 weeks later I was moving around all over the place without pain. That’s so annoying, we are women that’s what we need to do bullshit. When you are 90 years old are you going to opt out of new surgeries that can make life less painful for you or are you going to say, “I’m old, we are supposed to be in pain.”

    Ignorant twit.

  27. Klac

    OK, Suzi you are a baby. I hope you don’t make choices for your child in such a cowardly way.

  28. ani

    I’m shocked by how many prefer a c-section! I’ve had two. My first was because my son was breech. They used staples to seal up the wound. It was excruiating when they came out one by one a few days later. My second was scheduled because my daughter was breech (found out she wasn’t afterwards). I didn’t get staples but it was still just as painful. I couldn’t move or cough without pain. And when the nurse came in to rub down my uterous and make sure it was shrinking, I cried and wanted to nearly die.

    It also ruined my chances of ever having more children. I’ve got so much scar tissue. I miscarried in 2001 because the fetus couldn’t implant properly. I can’t even have my bladder 1/2 full with out extreme pain, the scar tissue is like bands inside wrapped around. My docter thought I had fibroids and operated on me a few years ago. It turned out all the stuff she saw on the ultrasound were scar tissue. She cleaned it up but told me I’d probably have it worse now because my body was so good at making it. And it did get worse.

    I wouldn’t recommend a c-section for anyone unless you can’t help it. Especially if you want more than 2 children. Your at risk going to term each time because the previous c-section scars may rupture.

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  30. Tiffany

    I have had 2 c-sections and had surgery to remove scar tissue 3 days ago. My c-sections were because my kids were in distress. I have been in pain for 10 years because of the scar tissue from my c-sections. I had no idea this could turn out this way!! I am still in huge pain and hope that whatever she decides is best for the baby and mother. Sometimes you don’t have a choice you do what you have to do, I certainly didn’t have a choice and look at me now! Good luck Christina

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