Are surgically enhanced boobs best, or is natural the way to go? Join us as we weigh in on the eternal discussion.
It is perhaps man’s greatest victory to get a woman’s shirt off. Unleashing those ta-tas is often the first telltale sign that, as long as he doesn’t do something really stupid to screw it up, sex is going to happen in the very near future. And even when there’s no chance of getting laid, many of us are classic boob men, connoisseurs of cleavage, if you will. We’re admirers, first and foremost. We’ve been known to ogle over a pair of perfect perkies like a diabetic kid in a candy store. There’s just something about a nice set of milkers–big or small, it doesn’t matter–that enthralls and enraptures us.
Unfortunately, somewhere along the way, some women got it in their heads that their boobs needed an upgrade, operating—and getting operated on—under the false assumption that bigger is automatically better when it comes to breasts. This attitude remains alive and well. The business of breast enhancement is predicted to be worth almost $5.5 billion by 2030. In spite of the feminist movement and a growing cultural appreciation for organic bodies, it seems women are still hellbent on getting boob jobs for one reason or another. This pursuit of bubbly busts might be driven, at least partially, by the belief that men prefer bogus bosoms to the real thing. And that might be true in some men’s opinions.
“They stay firm when she’s on her back,” Ryan, 35, of Hartselle, Alabama says of surgically enhanced breasts. “Fake ones aren’t going to sag when they get older either. Gravity isn’t friendly.”
“Any girl I’ve ever known that got implants was instantly ten times more attractive because of it. I understand if you can’t afford it, but it’s a golden investment in self-improvement if you can.”