|all natural on Jul 10, 2007 @ 11:43 am|
I prefer the natural look. I don't judge women who have gotten implants. That's their decision -- though sometimes I might question WHY they do it. Its just not for me.
|hmm on Jul 24, 2007 @ 04:23 pm|
I only know one woman who has them, and the reasoning was she has always been a very tiny girl - size 2 with no boobs and after babies decided she wanted something to put in a dress... She only got enough to fill a B cup and it looks totally natural.
Now as for the women I see coming into my work bulging out of their tops every which way and is very obviously fake - I just don't think that would ever be my choice when it comes to self-esteem.
|tiny girls... on Jul 25, 2007 @ 03:14 pm|
Once upon a time, I was a size 2-4 with no boobs. Now, after 3 children, I'm a size 6 with no boobs, unless you count post-nursing deflated skin sacs. During pregnancy and nursing I was an easy C, but now? I don't even really know what size I am since nothing fits right.
I have actually daydreamed about getting something done. I really feel unproportioned, but am enough of a feminist to be reluctant about surgical intervention for a social, not medical, problem. IF I would ever do something, it would never be more than a full B for the simple reason of not wanting to look like a sex object. It would be more about feeling feminine and reclaiming my body. Anyone wanting to bust out of a D cup is maybe doing it for the wrong reasons (which is not to say my reason is any good!). I do feel conflicted enough about it that I doubt I'll ever do it. I have a young daughter and I have to consider what that teaches her about positive body image.
|Its a Brave CHOICE to make on Sep 01, 2007 @ 12:03 am|
I feel that anyone who has gotten implants did not get them because of a spur of the moment decision. Its a lot of money and maintanence from what I hear. In the world where curvy brests/chests/bossoms are in, its not exacly easy to be a small busted and proud, that is until you see your big boobied (pardon the expression) friends struglle with bra straps, back pains, and stretch marks.
That said, I have a few friends who can barely fill out a Bcup (including myself ) and even though we struggled sometimes in highschool, we have enough confidence to be who we are - gorgeous young women with bodies to die for. Its all about realizing that you are naturally beautiful.
P.S. Who wants a big tittied monster when you can have a small breasted angel?