Sunday, May 26, 2024

TITS/CANS/LIGHTS/HOUNDS/COUSINS/SISTERS/BREASTS ..........

 

Listen i like the  next guy love tits /cans/lights/hounds/sisters/racks/coconuts/melons/jugs........whatever you want to call them ........i personally love them soft ......au natural .......whether  they be  34 or  38 ......a/b/c/d/e/ee/ff.......women/men/blokes/fellers/lesbians/trans/pans/straight love tits ........some guys  love men with tits  ...not  sure  wtf is wrong with them  bustards .......however ........tits  are great on a   biological women .......but  if  they decide  to  get false ones  .....you are  not  solving mental/female low self worth /esteem.... block in your minds   ...all you are doing  is  making  those   more   attractive  to  a  guy .....if you are hot........ with small tits........ and........  get big tits..........you will attract more  different  men ....maybe a  sugar  father/daddy ......who knows ..........  but  if you are a  mental  fuck up mess .....then these  tits  will  not solve  your   mental   fucking insecurity ........but you  will get more attention ....and money ......guys only  care about  tits and  clits ....nothing else  .....sure they wil tell you  they talk about loving you  and  all that stupid  fucking shit   you will lsiten  to .....but guys  only care  about sex ........

hence   women trade  sex  for love ........

men trade  love for  sex .....simple  dynamics ........when you meet at first  ...it's all sex   you know  that .....its all about sex  ...but it weans off ....... and  guys   get annoyed  ....they  want food and  sex  as long as a  guys gets his pipes  cleaned  every day  he  will ot cheat ....but you give   him blue balls  .....he is going to  fund  some  bitch  to unload on ....fact  jack ......it's the game  ....baby the game ......you know it  ...........so tits .....getting your  tits   done  will make  your  husband  hornier  it will not  make you smarter  .....at all 

I asked for A+ boobs and woke up with D cups - what I learned about the breast reconstruction industry in the wake of my double mastectomy shocked me

  • Sarah Thornton specifically asked for between an A and B cup
  • In her book, Tits Up, she made some shocking discoveries about male surgeons
  • One doctor asked husband about sizing up implants while his wife was asleep

Opting for a double mastectomy was an 'easy decision,' Sarah Thornton says.

After years of biopsies and amid the continuing threat of breast cancer, she went into the surgery and, without much thought, opted for the reconstruction covered by her health insurance.

To her enormous relief, the rogue cells turned out not to be cancerous.

But when she looked at herself in the mirror post-reconstruction, her new breasts felt like strangers. And none of her favorite jackets fitted.

It was only about three months later - after the bandages came off and the swelling had come down - that she was measured for a new bra and discovered, to her shock, that she had ballooned from a humble B cup to a significantly more generous D.

'I was really clear,' she recalls. 'I literally asked for lesbian yoga boobs. Those were the words I used. 

'Then I followed it up with an email saying, "I do not want to go big, just somewhere between an A and a B." And, because I love a joke, I couldn't help myself. I said, "Think of it as an A plus boob."'

Sarah Thornton was measured for a new bra and discovered, to her shock, that she had ballooned from a humble B cup to a significantly more generous D

Sarah Thornton was measured for a new bra and discovered, to her shock, that she had ballooned from a humble B cup to a significantly more generous D

In her book, Tits Up, Thornton encounters one male doctor and writes: 'I suspect¿ he'd established his surgical standards in the 1980s, when Pamela Anderson's bust was iconic'

In her book, Tits Up, Thornton encounters one male doctor and writes: 'I suspect… he'd established his surgical standards in the 1980s, when Pamela Anderson's bust was iconic'

Liposuction overtook breast augmentation as the world¿s most popular form of cosmetic surgery in 2022

Liposuction overtook breast augmentation as the world's most popular form of cosmetic surgery in 2022

What had prompted the surgeon to 'go large' against her expressed wishes? As she started asking questions, interviewing hundreds of women as well as professionals in the medical community, she discovered that she was far from alone. 

In fact, she uncovered a male-dominated plastic surgery industry that - in essence - bestows Playboy fantasy boobs on unsuspecting women, based on its perception of what is sexy and attractive.

Fewer than 18 per cent of active plastic surgeons in the US are women, while more than 90 per cent of the clientele is female. And, until 2022, breast augmentation was by far the most common procedure performed globally.

In her book, Tits Up, Thornton encounters one male doctor - 'I call him Dr Moore, because he was literally more and more and more' - who insisted on using 385cc implants (over twice the size of some fellow surgeons' average), because his ideal cleavage had a gap no wider than a pinky finger.

'I suspect… he'd established his surgical standards in the 1980s, when Pamela Anderson's bust was iconic.' 

Others intentionally design breasts with nipples so far above their normal location, they can't help but pop out of the bra.

Dr Kelly Bolden says in the book: 'When I go to plastic surgery conferences, the majority of experts on breasts are still men.

'When they talk about an aesthetically pleasing breast and show their befores and afters, the female surgeons in the audience will cringe because it's obvious that these men find what we call "pseudo ptosis" attractive.'

A male-dominated plastic surgery industry - in essence - bestows Playboy fantasy boobs on unsuspecting women

A male-dominated plastic surgery industry - in essence - bestows Playboy fantasy boobs on unsuspecting women

The choice to 'go flat' and not opt for reconstruction was considered a sign of poor mental health by some male doctors

The choice to 'go flat' and not opt for reconstruction was considered a sign of poor mental health by some male doctors

This term describes a condition where the nipple is in the upper half of the breast, sometimes even pointing upward. 

Thornton even came across one surgeon who refused a patient's pleas for him to remove the implants he'd given her, on the grounds that he didn't like the way breasts looked after. 

'My results are my calling card,' he is reported as saying, 'and I don't want my name on that.'

In contrast, Thornton believes her own doctor was just doing his best, in the face of a flawed industry standard.

'There's a whole profession who write papers... who agree literally on measurements, like the distance between the sternum and the nipple and the areola, and what's the right size of areola.

'It's about a professional standard of beauty, and a professional standard of what is the norm. This is bigger than individual, personal predilections; it is about the male domination of an industry.'

Adding of her own reconstruction: 'Objectively, this was an excellent result.

'Unfortunately, [my doctor] was engulfed in a whole profession that created these protocols and measurements and standards that are at odds with a lot of women's desires for their own athletic self or their own small-chested self.'

Her findings are echoed by Dr Elisabeth Potter, who describes how, during her training at UT Southwestern, the choice to 'go flat' after mastectomy, and not have reconstruction, was considered a sign of poor mental health by her majority male colleagues.

She says in the book: 'The male faculty... were focused on what they personally found sexy and appealing. Natural breasts were criticized. Artificially inflated ones were glorified. They commended the surgeon who asked the husband about sizing up the implants while the wife was asleep.'

'Personally,' Thornton adds wryly, 'I would never have my plastic surgery done by one of my husband's golfing buddies.'

However, despite the fact that not only did she hate her new breasts - they also gave her 'exercise intolerance,' meaning she couldn't swim or do yoga without experiencing pain and stiffness - Thornton never considered suing.

'I'm not a litigious type of person,' she says. 'My mother is British - you know, keep calm and carry on. And also, when I was a kid, she never gave me medicine, I'd have to be on my deathbed to get an aspirin. That's the way I was brought up. So it would have been anathema to me.'

Writing the book was, she says, her healing process. 'And I feel grateful, in a very weird way, because I lost something that I hadn't even really rated as very important. I think I was amongst a general contingent of women who are like, "Boobs, you know, the men like them and whatever." They get in the way.

One doctor insisted on using 385cc implants (over twice the size of some fellow surgeons' average), because his ideal cleavage had a gap no wider than a pinky finger

One doctor insisted on using 385cc implants (over twice the size of some fellow surgeons' average), because his ideal cleavage had a gap no wider than a pinky finger

Dr Elisabeth Potter says the male faculty at UT Southwestern 'were focused on what they personally found sexy and appealing'

Dr Elisabeth Potter says the male faculty at UT Southwestern 'were focused on what they personally found sexy and appealing'

'Most women have conflicted feelings around their breasts,' she adds. 'That happens to something that's over-sexualized in a culture.

'There's a big difference between the way men look at them, and the way women look at them, and the way men look at them kind of dominates.'

Finally, however, after she'd finished writing the book, she got the breasts she'd wanted.

Her right boob ('the one I jokingly called Bert') had turned 180 degrees and was now pointing inward.

'Think of it this way,' she explains. 'You've got an egg, sunny side up. And it was flipped. It was like my right boob was over-easy.'

The left breast, meanwhile, had capsular contracture, which is when scar tissue starts to strangle the implant and is extremely painful. When she eventually went under the knife, she discovered the implant had ruptured, after just five years.

Opting for a female surgeon this time - at the same hospital - she repeated her desire for smaller breasts. 'I said, "Please, I love to swim. I love doing yoga, I want to go smaller."

'[The surgeon] did a great job. I actually feel very happy with these,' she says.

She's even renamed them. They're no longer named after the male Muppets Bert and Ernie. 'They're now Glenda and Brenda, which is my mother and her high school friend from Harlow.'

Tits Up: What Sex Workers, Milk Bankers, Plastic Surgeons, Bra Designers, and Witches Tell Us about Breasts by Sarah Thornton is published by W.W. Norton & Company.

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