Okay, Some Men Profit From Female Sexuality

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

While on the subject of feminism I wasn't considering this story:

Thirteen years after most silicone-gel breast implants were banned, federal health advisers on Tuesday narrowly rejected a manufacturer's request to bring them back to the U.S. market, citing lingering questions about safety and durability.
Elective surgery is huge in the United States and plastic surgeons are making big bucks making big boobs. But enhancement surgery such as breast augmentation is risky, and considering the horror stories I've heard about faulty breast implants and bodies rejecting the artificial substance, you'd have to really desire a different physique to go through with it.

Feminists who blame men for encouraging a society that equates status with bra size have their sights set on the wrong target. It's the willingness of women that keeps the industry alive and doctors' wallets fat.

Not that I'm speaking against the procedure; I personally know a few girls who've come home with new "assets," and there are legitimate reasons for changing the way you look. One girl wanted to look different. Another wanted to be more attractive to a man who was into that type.

I probably don't have to tell you that the latter friend is the least content with her life. Far too many women like her flock to undeserving men and tailor their lives to suit his needs. They only have themselves to blame.