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Implants in or out?

Ali de Bold

There was certainly a trend the last few years to get implants, but I'm noticing less of it these days. Have fake boobs gone out of style?

Would you rather be flat and naturally fabulous or plastic and er, plentiful?
Jul 10, 2007 @ 11:07 am

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all natural

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.
Jul 10, 2007 @ 11:43 am


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.
Jul 24, 2007 @ 04:23 pm

tiny girls...

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.
Jul 25, 2007 @ 03:14 pm

Its a Brave CHOICE to make

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?

Sep 01, 2007 @ 12:03 am

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