The Benefits Of Breast Augmentation (Yes, You Need Breast Implants)
I'm all for women being obsessed with getting bigger breasts. It keeps their minds busy, and out of things they have no business thinking about, like politics, and finance. Breast augmentation is a multi billion dollar industry, and though thousands of women get breast implants every year, there are still several million who haven't had the procedure yet. This hub is designed to educate those women on the importance and benefits of breast augmentation.
Here are just some of the benefits of breast augmentation, according to the experts who know. (I refer of course to the great people at docshop.com, who highly recommend breast augmentation to women.)
Potential Benefits of Breast Augmentation
- Increased Confidence
- Increased Self Esteem
- Aesthetic Improvement
- More Clothing Choices
Some people say that self esteem and confidence come from accepting yourself as who you are, and coming to value yourself for your intellect, your values, your unique soul, but those people are probably flat chested and ugly. It's pretty obvious that the real way to gain self confidence is by having your body hacked open and having silicone pillows stuffed into your flesh so that men ogle you more when you're out in public.
To help those of you who may not have grasped the importance of breast augmentation, I've prepared a graph. As this graph clearly shows, a woman's worth as a human being increases proportionally with the number of leering men ogling her breasts.
You too could look like this!
As to aesthetic improvement, well, a look at Tara Reid's breasts proves that aesthetic improvement is not always guaranteed, but I would say that the risk of having one's breasts become irreparably lopsided is far outweighed by the potential gain of having to carry around several more pounds on your chest. Other women, like Jordan, have nipples which have a charming ring of visible stitch marks around the areola, where the nipple has been removed and reattached. Some might find that grotesque, I think it adds character to a woman's body.
Finally we come to the last benefit on the list, increased clothing choices. Well, if being able to wear that pretty top in the shop window isn't worth going under general anesthetic and subjecting your body to major surgical trauma, then I don't know what is.
Remember folks, appearance is everything, and if a woman isn't sexually attractive to men, then she's pretty well just a waste of time, and nobody will ever love her, ever.