Fake boobs

Anonymous (@) 8 years, 3 months ago

Can any guy honestly say he has any respect for a women with fake boobs?

Can any women honestly say they expect respect after making the decision to acquire men impressing aspects?

Does anyone else feel really strongly against this?

(I “do it for me” comments – not welcome, only causes further frustration)

October 15, 2013 at 7:08 am
Anthony (2) (@triangleinfinity) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Hope I’m not too late in writing this,

Bashing someone for getting fake boobs is like bashing a transgender person for changing their sex. Both people do whatever they do in order to feel comfortable in their own body. Life is hard enough without having to worry about your outward appearance, so if you have the means to change it then why not? Why does anyone start dieting, weight training, or wearing make-up? Tattoos and piercings? The fact that you lose respect for someone because of a choice they’ve made about their own body shines light on your judgmental mind. Personally, I have no respect for that. Honestly it’s the childish, “eww let’s shun the girl for making her boobs bigger”. Let’s make someone feel bad about themselves for the choice they’ve made.
Like, really?
She likes big boobs–lot’s of people do.
People need to be able to do whatever they want without

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Adam (118) (@moonglade) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@triangleinfinity, I totally agree with you.

I see no reason to shame judge somebody for simply making a body modification. So what if she wanted to make her boobs bigger? Why should I lose respect for her. She could be a perfectly respectable person who just wanted bigger breasts it’s her personal choice.

I don’t judge people who wear nice clothing or have any other body mods why should anybody feel the need to judge somebody on whether their breasts are fake or not.

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Adam (118) (@moonglade) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, why do you assume that women who get breast implants have such shallow mindsets. You’re making a vast amount of generalizations

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@triangleinfinity, ife is hard enough without having to worry about your outward appearance, so if you have the means to change it then why not? Why does anyone start dieting, weight training, or wearing make-up? Tattoos and piercings?

Shut the fuck up, “life is hard enough” that is pathetic. Life is hard when you’re starving and watching family members die everyday, life when you dont have double d’s really shouldnt be too hard.

If you dont “worry about your outward appearance”.. then why the fuck would you do all the things your suggesting someone should do! IT DOES NOT MAKE SENSE

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@moonglade, “i dont care how you perceive me but im gonna spend last years wages on adjusting it”

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@triangleinfinity, I have no respect for that. Honestly it’s the childish, “eww let’s shun the girl for making her boobs bigger”. Let’s make someone feel bad about themselves for the choice they’ve made.

more like, lets pay a surgeon to attach health risking extensions to me so that i can make every other girl feel bad about there natural breasts. I cannot imagine a girl opting to have fake breasts and then being made to feel bad about having them? She obviously only considers peoples physical analysis and probably hasnt ever in her life considered how someone views her passed as a potential FHM feature

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Anthony (2) (@triangleinfinity) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, you cant imagine a girl feeling bad about her fake breasts? then what’s the point of this post if not to make people with cosmetic surgery think twice about why they did it.

Patrick you’re not better than anyone because you think you’ve gotten away from caring about how you look. It’s all a spectrum on how far we’ll go to feel comfortable and whether you agree or not, you fall within the plain. Assuming everyone can and wants to be like you is sort of… I don’t know, pretentious. Acting like you’ve never been insecure about your looks or physical appearance at some point of your life… also pretentious. Not everyone is equipped with the same herculean emotional tools as you, and if anything you should be trying to find a solution instead finding another group of people the world can chastise.

Gah there are so many holes in your argument.

If you think for a second that the human psyche is so simple that a choice like cosmetic surgery is something done without taking the subject, its environment, and without weighing the odds and risks; you think it’s an act of pure stupidity?

If so, you sir, are a judgmental asshat.

Honestly, you’re free think what you want, just please don’t run for any public office.

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@triangleinfinity, Honestly, you’re free think what you want, just please don’t run for any public office.

Thanks for your much needed reassurance haha and don’t worry that’s the kind of glorification you are clearly looking for

“Gah there are so many holes in your argument.”

This explains why you are adopting such a frustrating agenda. I am not here to argue , i certainly am not here to suggest the way you should live (another unqualified accusation of yours).

If you wanna hate feel free but please try and introduce validity in some way, thus far you’ve only managed to imagine things i’m suggesting :/

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Martijn Schirp (112,780)A (@martijn) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Anyone who uses the argument ‘natural vs unnatural’ to advance and justify their own judgmental ideas has clearly not thought well enough about what they are saying. There is nothing unnatural about imitation, nature is abound with imitation. Is a butterfly a fake when he mimics certain predatoral patterns? Is the leopard a fake because he imitates his surroundings? Is a plant lying when he uses scents to lure bees? No, of course not. It is all a battle for attention, and there is nothing inherently wrong with this.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_nature

Moreover, there is no way to distinguish what is real from what is fake. You can only, perhaps, indicate there is a difference. But saying one is more real, and something else is fake, doesn’t really do justice to the difficulty we experience each day between deciding authenticity and uniqueness. Because frankly, there is no way to tell. They function in exactly the same way.

Another fallacy is to say that because a girl is just born with small boobs, she has to live with them, and not take her fate into her own hands. It is another christian relic from a time where God had laid down His path for you, and you just had to accept it.

My standpoint? I love boobs. Boobs that are by genes, or boobs that are causes by a choice, to my attractiviness radar, they function in the same way. Therefore, I love all of them.

Now, this is not to say that I endorse an economic system that profits by exploiting insecurity in woman by portraying a beauty ideal that is unattainable. Blaming the women in this case is just thinly veiled arrogance in my opinion and shows a lack of understanding of how desires are constructed.

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@martijn, Thank you sir.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, The thing I find most attractive about women is their differences and augmentations basically make breasts uniform, so the appeal of distinction is lost for me. I’d prefer saggy stretch mark breasts over firm silicon puppies any day, but that is just me.

I understand women want to feel attractive and generally men find large/firm preferable to small/saggy, just like it seems a fore gone conclusion that women prefer a big 8″er over a 4″er, people want to feel secure and I think generally people lack the powers of philosophical and intellectual balance.

If people cannot come to terms with their reality one way then they can try another, perhaps at some point they must try any way they can. I will not add to the encouragement of body dismorphia but I will not hate on a woman for her insecurities, I think it is just as bad to belittle a person for getting augmentation as it is for radiating the sense that a person is not good enough as they are in the first place.

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Adam (118) (@moonglade) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, So would you say people who get braces for straighter teeth have a shallow mindset

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Ellie (1,363)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@stonedragon21, haha yes! Awesome comment. :)

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Cody (472) (@versai) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@martijn, Yea, I kinda would say those animals are faking it. I’d also say it’s not a good comparison to the stigma of fake boobs not looking as good. 90% of the time you can in fact tell the difference between implants and legitimate boobs. There’s a very natural curvature to breasts that most doctors fail to mimic. In a bra you’d probably never tell the difference and the cleavage that implants provide looks pretty awesome and real. But I’ve watched enough porn to know as soon as those puppies are set loose that it’s obvious whether they are real by the way they hang and it usually kills the mood for me if I discover they’re fake so I watch something else.

There are of course special and professional cases where they do look legit and you probably would have to look very close for a scar to even tell. But most of the time you can tell and it looks bad and I feel the woman must do it more for her own self-esteem and it doesn’t actually help with her physical attraction. I’d rather have an honest and self-confident woman with saggy bags.

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Ellie (1,363)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, no offense but when i hear people refer to females as bitches i automatically think of high school.

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Ben (62) (@Mallorn) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

^ indeed, especially when it’s said like a high schooler

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TheSkaFish (962)M (@theskafish) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Don’t like fake breasts? Don’t get them, or don’t date someone who has them. No need to judge everyone for it. It’s a personal thing, not a respect issue. I have fake teeth, myself, and think i look worlds better for it.

That being said, having bags of artificial chemicals placed inside one’s body just doesn’t sound safe to me.

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james (20) (@jamesjohnson) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@patrickparish, You’re pretty narrow minded, brah and your patronizing tone is hilarious. You obviously don’t give a fuck about outward appearances, but a lot of people do. So get over it. Your way is not the right way, it’s just your way.

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james (20) (@jamesjohnson) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Also, I don’t think anyone has mentioned this, but what if a girl gets breast implants after a mastectomy due to breast cancer? Does that mean she is insecure and too obsessed with a perceived notion of how a woman should look?

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James Veritas (30) (@Vanguard) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@jamesjohnson, Raise your hand if you didn’t read the whole thread.

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james (20) (@jamesjohnson) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@vanguard, I legit read everything, maybe skimmed over some stuff but it happens.

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Alex Pretorius (33) (@apretorius1) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Gave up on telling women how to live their lives. If she seems like an interesting enough person and then you find our she has fake boobs then whatever. Its like having big toys for other people to play with. Why is this selfish? Why is this wrong? Its really not much different than a tattoo in my head.

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inna (95) (@paintedbeings) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

I don’t get it why it’s such a big concern for you. That’s how some people enjoy themselves, or their tits for that matter. Some women want their breasts back after feeding children and just don’t feel themselves without boobs. We talk about boobs a lot and we think about boobs a lot more than people’s biceps, so boob implants are more popular than bicep implants. Except you can get bigger biceps/ calf / abs without getting ridiculous and getting implants, but not so much with boobs. I don’t understand your whole respect-losing rant because people make a lot of alterations to enhance their appearance, and everyone’s got a different definition for what that enhancing and that desired appearance is. Men impressing aspects? Some fake boobed chicks can be gay. With that attitude applied to men, we should shun Viagra and hair transplants. Fake erection? I lost respect for you as a person, sorry, bye

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@jamesjohnson, good morning James. Thank you for being the kick up my ass i needed this morning to sit up and get on the keyboard!

Well james having clearly not even read the thread your comments are as invalid as they are inaccurate.

I like that you are referring to a tone i’m adopting, as if tone isn’t something we hear.

Your second question demonstrates how far off you are from understanding the concepts some of us have been able to discuss.


@tangledupinplaid21
, @tangledupinplaid21,

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@tangledupinplaid21, None taken!

I am actually surprised to learn you were unable to recognise the deliberate irony in referring to a women as a bitch due to the content of this thread and the equal view I wish more men had on women or sorry, bitches haha.

I’m 22.

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