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Breasts, Plastic Surgery & Sex Appeal

Considering the record number of boob jobs performed by plastic surgeons every year, it’s apparent that the obsession with big breasts is more prevalent than at any time in American history.There are many viewpoints on this controversial subject,
and the following excerpts from the WORDS OF WISDOM advice column
by Dr. Ivan Knowitall make some interesting points.

Q: “I have the smallest chest in my class and hate to change clothes in gym class because all the girls make fun of me. And boys never look at me!
Will I grow any more?”—14 and flat as a pancake

A: Dear 14 and flat—“You may grow some but probably not a lot. No matter how flat you are, never consider breast size your most important attribute. Unfortuntely many teenage boys whose female peers are developing mature figures look first below the neckline. But this is usually a passing phase except in the case of a few
pathetic bottom feeders and immature dolts with arrested emotional development .Grown-up men are interested in the whole person—sex appeal has more to do with personality and attitude than with physique.” —Dr. K

Q. “My job puts me in contact with 10 to 20 attractive women every week from receptionists to corporate presidents who know instinctively when men find them interesting as persons and attractive as females. For me breast size means next to nothing. What kind of woman wants a guy who sees her only as a C cup? He would have a very short attention span. My girl friend is 5’7” and in the A category is lovely in every way."—Grown-up Man

A: Dear Grown-Up -"It’s great to hear from a mature, well adjusted male member of boob obsessed America. Best of luck to you and Ms. A cup."-Dr. K

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Comments

  • HydeSide
    HydeSideover 6 years ago

    Easier said then….
    Most want what they don’t have. Just a fact.
    It seems to be our lack of confidence nature that many of us share.
    (Self included ~ though I’ve not had any type of surgery)
    We live in a grass is greener society.
    Especially us in the States who have so many unappreciated luxuries.
    We still want more.

    Selfish, insecure us.
    Apparently we all need therapy.

  • jdworldly
    jdworldlyover 6 years ago

    Yes indeed it is a sad state of affairs-many teenage girls get implants as graduation presents!!! Americans are more obsessed than people in other countries—“the grass is always greener”—this may be a cliche but it is true more often than not—thanks very much for stopping by and please come back anytims

  • jcmontgomery
    jcmontgomeryover 6 years ago

    This subject always gets to me as I developed quite early and quite large. The attention was horrendous. I hated it. I never knew, nor could I trust anyone because I was never sure what their real intentions were. I learned early how powerful perception is – of oneself and how others see you. It was a constant battle to get someone to pay attention to my mind, not my cup size.

    Then, eight years ago I was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. After a modified radical and months of chemo, I had to re-visit and re-construct this concept of perception, and how important it really was. In doing so I finally found acceptance.

    It hurts me to read how young girls and women still judge themselves in such a manner.Thank you for sharing this information, and your opinions.

    If you are interested, I once wrote something about an aspect of self-perception that was significant to me while healing from my ordeal.

    Eye Of The Beholder

    Again….thank you.

  • Hello JC—sorry didnt get back to you sooner but have been on hiatus from the bubble for a while. I appreciate your honesty and willingness to discuss your situation and share with a total stranger. You have obviously been through a lot of trauma and I wish you all the best in the future and especially in regard to the cancer. It sounds as though you are now in a better place which is great news and hope all is well in your world. Take care and stay in touch—JD

    – jdworldly

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