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Wise Guys: What’s the Deal with Fake Boobs?

Tue, Apr 14, 2009

Advice, Wise Guys

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Advice from three of our guy friends. This week a straight woman asks, “So what’s the deal with fake boobs — are straight guys into them or not? Does it make a difference whether they’re just looking (e.g. porn, strip club, Hollywood star) vs. touching (e.g. a hook-up)? And does it make a difference whether the hook-up is casual or relationship material?”

Gay Single Guy (Jay Dyckman): Here’s the thing about fake boobs. They work. It’s the same for gay guys. Just substitute silicone for steroids. I know plenty of guys who have gone from Plain Jane to Ripped Rita via syringe, and rollicked in all the dating perks that come with that.  It is lame, they look ridiculous, but it truly, truly works.  To be totally fair, though, the real equivalent would be penile implants, which are currently as effective as supergluing Play-doh around the member so it appears larger.  And let me tell you, if they ever perfect the art of penile enhancement every guy you know will have an eleven-inch penis.  Let me repeat:  Every.  Guy.  You.  Know.  At that point, glance waist level in a locker room and it would look like something Tarzan used to traverse the jungle. Which is why it amazes — and inspires — me that every woman doesn’t have humungous breasts.  You are the stronger sex.  Like I said, if men were in that position, this would be a nation of Pamela Mandersons. (Oh, and indulge a gay guy:  Why are “A-cup” boobs small and “D-cup” boobs big?  Shouldn’t it be the reverse?  As in, “Look at those grade A boobs!  She’s stacked.”  And flat girls are in danger of socially failing with a “D”?  I mean, this is classic grading on a curve, right?)

Straight Single Guy (Tyler Barnett): As a 25-year-old, I have basically grown up surrounded by breast implants, so they don’t tend to faze me. I can recall on more than one occasion pointing out a beautiful girl, and hearing an older guy say “But she has fake boobs,” and I’m like, “So what?” To me, fake boobs usually look better than their natural counterpart (which is not to say I haven’t seen horrendous, overdone and very strange looking fake breasts). But admittedly, much like artificially flavored food, no matter how close to the original they get, the real thing always tastes better. Saline boobs tend to feel like water balloons, which can take away from the heat of the moment. I’ve felt silicone ones that were so close to the real thing it didn’t matter, but at the end of the day a soft real breast is as sexy as it gets — and I think most men would agree. Besides, bigger isn’t always better. While I appreciate a large set of melons as much as the next guy, I also think small breasts can be very sexy. Another concern is if my future wife could breastfeed. (Didn’t China just recall baby formula because it contained Melamine? No thank you.) Ultimately, though, men love breasts — big, small, real, fake, we usually are just happy to see them, feel them, sleep on them. The decision to get implants should be the woman’s without any outside influence. Whatever you decide, like the bra you wear, we men will support you.

Straight Married Guy (Jim): There’s definitely a difference between looking and touching. The only time I’ve ever (knowingly) handled fake breasts they felt like the knees of a Shaq-sized newborn: velvety-soft but concealing a hard, round mass.  (That means they were cheap, right?)   I have never heard my straight male friends say anything negative about the sight of fake boobs (or about the individual woman for having a surgically enhanced bust, for that matter), but displeasure has been expressed with the feel of stony fakes.  Most men wouldn’t avoid a hook-up based on bust fakery, unless they’re reading into your personality through your bra.  It’s still a hook-up, right?  But as with anything else in the bedroom that can’t be changed through intimacy and patience alone, if it’s a turnoff for this theoretical guy, it might sink the relationship.

Our “wise guys” are a rotating group of contributors, some of whom wish to remain anonymous and some of whom like the attention. This week’s Straight Married Guy is Jim from New York, our Gay Guy is Jay Dyckman, an LA copywriter, and our Single Straight Guy is Tyler Barnett, owner of the LA PR firm Barnett Ellman. To ask the guys your own question, click here.

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53 Responses to “Wise Guys: What’s the Deal with Fake Boobs?”

  1. Rolando Says:

    I only encourage women to avoid getting implants because I’m attracted to smaller boobs. I’m selfish that way.

  2. AlanK Says:

    I like women who look like women. I think there’s something vaguely creepy about men who like women who look like some sort of unpleasant fantasy. But then again, I’m old and out of date and will die soon, bearing with me also a distaste for the level of shaving that makes everyone look like a 10=year old.

    Good grief, what an ideal: phony up and phony down. And people wonder why I drink.

  3. Craiig Says:

    I’ve never found fake boobs appealing. To look at, or to touch.

    Breast size is highly overrated as far as attractiveness goes — bigger isn’t necessarily better.

    And a girl who’s comfortable with what she has is a lot sexier than one who’s pumped full of silicone.

  4. Katie Says:

    I can see where a guy could go for a chick with implants if they had their sights set on just a hook-up. But once you learn that breast implants can puncture, and that you have to check them every day for leakage, especially silicone ones, I think (hope) the long-term attractiveness would wear off. It’s usually not a one-time surgery or deal.

  5. Heather Says:

    I have asked the bf his opinion. He doesn’t care. Boobs are boobs to him. If they look great, they do the job. Although this is coming from the man who described 70s pornos as having women with “swoopy” breasts (natural) that are gross. Kinda makes me feel like I have to be a barbie to stay in the game. Wonder how he really feels about my stretched, non perky, breastfeeding boobs right now?

  6. Ly Says:

    I never want to get implants. Luckily my boyfriend absolutely detests them anyway. Sometimes I still wonder if he’ll love my boobs when I’m not in my early 20s anymore, especially after we’ve had kids. Fortunately he’s already assured me he would still love’em, kiss them, squeeze’em… yeah, haha. I’m one lucky gal.

  7. hedgehog Says:

    It’s easy: if you have no boobs (cancer surgery) and you want them back, get implants. If you want to do porn, get implants. If you can’t enjoy sex because you think your boobs are too small, get implants.

    But if none of the reasons written above occur, just forget it. It’s risky, it’s expensive (if you want it to be done right), and it won’t change your life.

    And one more thing from a girl with DD size: big boobs are more of a pain in the ass than an advantage. Trust me about this one.

  8. Matt Says:

    I once dated a girl who had implants. (I may have hooked up with other girls with them, but she’s the only one I ever knew about.) She’d told me even before she hooked up that they were the best thing she’d ever done for herself, that they boosted her confidence enormously, etc., etc.

    I think the fact that she was happy with them is great. The thing is, they really freaked me out. They looked great in a sweater, but they felt really inhuman when I touched them. So, I basically ignored them, which sucked for everybody. She mentioned it at some point, and I didn’t know what to say. I was repulsed by her fake breasts.

    So, just one guy here saying that I much, much, much prefer natural breasts. Not all of us guys care about breast size as much as some women might think.

  9. jim Says:

    straight single guy chiming in…

    Keep ‘em real, avoid the fake boobies at all costs. I’ve never liked the way they perform, and rarely have I seen a set that really look that good.

    Now I have no idea what it feels like to carry around fun bags on my chest all day, but I imagine that adding two water balloons underneath would have to feel so foreign on top of that.

    In regard to body image issues, I know if I could be 3 or 4 inches taller I’d pay a million bucks to do it, so hopefully if you choose to do it – you’re doing it for yourself and no one else.

  10. mike Says:

    Mike another single guy says the bigger the better. I love them. If a girl has big naturals, good for her but for those who don’t I really appreciate the investment on improving themselves. I love the way they look. They can go bra less. They look fantastic when the are laying on their back. Just love them.

  11. figleaf Says:

    “Let me repeat: Every. Guy. You. Know. At that point, glance waist level in a locker room and it would look like something Tarzan used to traverse the jungle.”

    That part seems pretty significant. And rings true. The strong impression I get is that both men and women who want to be bigger don’t appear to want large parts for better *sex,* for themselves or their partners. Instead they want them to better impress their counterparts in social situations — men with other men in locker rooms, women with other women in dressing rooms.

    As for when you might actually want to do something besides *looking* I’m not sure the typical tradeoff in sliced nerve endings is worth it. Still, what’s more important to most people anyway? Looking good or feeling good? If that’s your priority then go for it. But it’s probably not cool to encourage anyone else to.

    figleaf

  12. kim Says:

    it is not what you have, it is how you feel. everything is so much in your head and your attitude. the big fake tits are only good because you believe you feel better or you get more looks from guys into big tits. doesn’t mean he will like you or stay with you because of those tits. you can feel good about your small breast and even get a guy to think your small breast are the best things they ever had if you have the right attitude. just take care of yourself physically, have a great attitude and you should be just fine. big or small.

  13. Rolando Says:

    “If you want to do porn, get implants.”

    I actually enjoy my porn more implant-free.

  14. kim Says:

    AlanK you are very funny and I think I agree with you on some of your points. Keep up the drinking and breathing!!!

  15. Rachel Says:

    I think I may get a breast lift, or maybe small implants after I have kids. To me, it seems, guys love perky breasts, not deflated flat ones. It appeals to me having a good round shape to my breasts, to turn my guy on. I want to keep that as long as I can. If it makes me feel good about myself, to get implants; not huge ones that can knock someone out :) but modest ones to keep me perky, I’ll do it.

    Guys are visual, and see women attractive with nice round breasts. Not necessarily big knockers/jugs, but a nice hand full.

  16. Jim H Says:

    Reminds me of a line from a book a read very long ago, a take off on children’s abc rhymes>

    B is for Breast, of which ladies have two
    Once prized for their function, but now for the view.

    Implants are all about appearance. As Susan Boyle shows, appearances are not everything, in fact can be very deceptive. There are health issues and pain and expense involved. A woman who gets them stikes me as either excessivly shallow, focused on HER appearance or so insecure that she is best avoided. There is a place for them, but only to address major problems, such as the loss of a breast through mastectomy.

  17. C.Richardi Says:

    It seems to me that I read where even Pamela Anderson had her implants removed. (ouch.) I personally believe that boob jobs look unapealling,not to mention the risk of health problems,or a botched job,like the one that happened to a lady friend a few years ago. Natural is much better.Even if they seem small,they’re still very sexy,even more so. Viewing a pair peeking out from behind a loosly tied kimono,oh wow,what a hot image. Real men don’t want a woman to put themselves through something as needless as breast implants.

  18. Keith Says:

    I have had the privilege of dating girls with very large breasts as well as for he most part normal middle of the range size. The biggest turn on were small ones with very shapely sensitive nipples. The very large ones were a novelty at first but then I discovered they were always in the way and stopped many intimate positions and there is a limit to what you can do with them.

    It is mainly the porn media that push “fake tits” as they are commonly referred to and it is a western world fetish based on making money by convincing insecure minded women that that is what men want. In addition, young immature men who view porn think that fake tits are normal because that is all they see. Correctly educated, most intelligent men and women do not like or want them.

    I do not know any men who like them unless for reconstructive surgery after for instance a mastectomy. I thought the first two wise guys were talking typical unmitigated crap as media brainwashed people with little real knowledge of a “normal” woman’s anatomy function.

    Any woman that lies on her back with tits standing up like two giant jellies is nether attractive nor appealing and most of the attention they get is the same as people rubber necking as they pass a car accident!

    Please let us not succumb to the seductive adds of the cosmetic surgeons who will carve up any part of your body for money.

  19. Will Says:

    We like them when there Realistic and they are proprotionate to the frame of a woman they should still have the softness but Natural is always better cause you feel her and get a more of a original reaction when ( You Know )

  20. Khurshid Ali Khan Says:

    I dont like fake boobs I like women who always look like a women
    in any age natural breast also look beautiful.

  21. Alfredo Williams Says:

    i cant stand fake boobs myself. even though i love booty more than boobs. when a female has fake boobs makes them look unattrative to me. i just love natural women

  22. princekaos Says:

    Fakes are not attractive and most of them look fake and can be easily spotted. Natural is the way to go. Just the thought of touching what in essence is a bag filled with goo gives me that eww feeling. To me it would be a deal breaker for a relationship and kind of ruins a hook-up.

  23. SouthernVegan Says:

    This makes me feel better. I barely have an A-cup and my boyfriend keeps telling me it makes no difference to him. Still though, i cant help but be a little envious of women who have good sized breasts. Of course, i also like the fact that im petite, which adds to my small breast size, and i never have to wear a bra. :)

  24. Ty Beerman Says:

    Honestly, every time I hear a woman say about another, “Those are sooo fake!” The thought running through my head is So, whats your point?”

    The girl I’m hopelessly in love with right now and think is amazingly sexy, however, is an A. Yup, thats right. She has incredible nipples though and she teases me sometimes that my boobz are bigger than hers… but shes quite tiny overall and she just looks perfect. Proportioned… If I were to buy her a set, they couldnt be bigger than a B or I probably wouldnt like em and she’d probably fall over.

    Do we love to look at them? Yes.

    Do we like to play with them, real or not? YES!!

    But if you are confident in your own skin and properly proportioned.. It really doesnt matter.

    Now if you are built like a pear, you probably do need to fix that either in the gym to reduce the back end or in the Doc’s office to increase the front end.. but if you are slim and slinky and not big.. then is your other ASSets that we are looking at and we are more likely to notice you if you play up your good parts, legs butt, stomach, confidence etc and not care if you arent huge up top.. I for one always think in the back of my mind that if youre too big now (DD’s) you might be fun right now but youll be a train wreck in oh say 6 years much less 20 and I would not be interested in a huge rack on someone I want to be with long term.

    So really unless its your own hang up or your badly out of proportion… Dont bother, there is too high a likelihood of something going wrong and leaving you scarred, lumpy or otherwise worse off than you were to start with. Besides whats it say about your guy if he considers your breasts to be the deal breaker? What if you get breast cancer ten yrs into a marriage, with kids? Will he bail for some stripper with zepplins strapped to her under aged chest?

    Big breasts are sexy when they are pushed up and making cleavage in a low cut something, but the naked reality is its the nipples that function and giant fatty sagging mounds with those gross visible blue veins dont have better nipples than even an A cupper’s mosquito bites…

    Last word.. If you get them.. get the smallest enhancement that does the job. Aesthetically speaking more is NOT better in this department. Proportion proportion proportion… You want to look natural not like a comic vixen or hooker. If you do go huge, we WILL probably go to bed with you, LOL, but we sure wont ever introduce you to our families…

  25. brenda Says:

    I have fake boobs myself and it’s the best thing i’ve ever done. I always had awesome natural boobs (i was a 32C), but after breastfeeding 2 kids my breasts sagged so bad and they were hanging so low, it was almost linear:nipple – belly button – nipple… and i had to buy 34D bras to fit all the lose saggy skin… So i decided to go ahead and have breast implants, i had skin removed and i went again with size C, so now they look awesome and in place. (I felt like a national geographic magazine)… I can go without a bra with dresses and bikinis look amazing! My husband absolutely loves them and i never got them to be rock hard (you have to look out for fibrosis that’s what makes them rock hard)…. If i were to do it all over again i’d do it with my eyes closed… plus a lot of my friends had them one after finishing having kids.

  26. Honey Says:

    I have implants and like Brenda said, getting implants was the best thing I ever did. I didn’t do it for a man or an image that I thought I needed to create to get a man – I did it b/c I wanted them and felt my body would be more proportionate with them. I researched the procedure and the implants to the n-th degree and got what I think is a really natural result (you can actually see a pic of them at my blog by clicking on my name in this post…). I have numerous people tell me that they would never know I have implants and the few men that have felt them have said they wouldn’t even know from feeling. I used to be very ANTI implants, but something changed in me at about age 30 and I’m now really glad I did it. I feel better about my body, I am more adventurous, more confident and have a lot more fun in bed and in life in general. It’s a big decision, but a very personal one that can have lots of benefits beyond filling out a bra.

  27. homeboy chris Says:

    I find breast implants very unatractive.i was only 18 years old when i first went to a strip club and i notice the difference between fake and real.real boobs are soft and fun to play with, fake are hard and funny looking.i am a truck driver and most of the other drivers and construction workers i talk to says they don’t like breast implants.real is better than fake.

  28. cazza Says:

    I have fake boobs and its the best thing i ever did….. for years i was very conscious of them…. hid them in big jumpers and was very self conscious…. then my daughter went thr puberty and guess what – she turned out to be bigger than me!!!! pissed off… what an embarrassment… i felt ripped off, so much so that at the age of 47 i thought this is it. After my implants I felt like a woman for the first time in my life… i went from a small B cups to a D cup!!!! now i dont feel embarrased anymore, i can wear bikinis and i feel NORMAL!!!! wish to god i had the money 10 years earlier – it took me years to save for implants and ive never looked back….. very HAPPY

  29. Chuck Says:

    I’ve never actually felt fake ones but I generally do not like how they look. To me it’s more about the shape of them then the size, and the nipples have a lot to do with it too :)

    Stay away from the fake boobs, guys who are obsessed with big boobs are probably dumb anyway.

  30. Katie Says:

    haha I have to say that even as someone with a flat stomach, nice ass and 34D bust size these comments have all made me pretty insecure! I take pride that I make my body look good the old fashioned way–I watch what I eat and exercise every day. But with so many females built like a stick getting boob jobs to become, well, a 34D, it starts to make me feel inadequate!

    tip though to note “fakes”: implants actually aren’t placed right inside where normal breast tissue is–they are placed ABOVE. That’s where the natural “swoopy breast” comment from someone came in. I feel like breasts are only supposed to be somewhat THAT round if you are sexually excited and the blood is flowing to them. You’re taking away a natural biological sign that the girl you’re pleasuring is indeed enjoying herself.

    and I’d like to hear from someone who has had implants for more than 10 years…these posts all seem from people who are still high off their “purchase”.

    I do sort of understand if your breasts change dramatically after having kids…look the female gets the bum deal with her body in that one. But I once talked with a well-known plastic surgeon and she admitted that the surgery is usually NOT a one-time deal. And how do you explain your choice to your teenage daughter some day? Geez here the kid thought she’d be developing into a nice pair but her mom’s gonna be way more busty than the young 20-something year old!

  31. Lauren Says:

    I have breast implants. I had small breasts, which were basically nipples with a little bit of breast tissue and they were not close to being small, round and perky kinds. They were porportioned the same, but kind of to the side a bit. The nipples were a bit low, so not much below the nipples, which I hated. I wanted nipples in the center or a bit higher so they were perky. Add a swimsuit and they disappeared completely. I am 5’8″ tall, had a great figure everywhere else, but just felt so unfeminine, no one could convince me otherwise. I never felt sexy or womanly at all. Thought everyone judged me because of my boobs. Silly, I know. Parents did a real number on my self esteem as a preteen, telling me that having bigger boobs didn’t matter. How the hell did they even know if I would get bigger or not? I was just developing at the time! So, not a good start. Once I heard about implants, I researched it for years, because I wanted to be safe and to look natural and feel sexy. Looked for the best surgeons, read articles, talked to women who had the surgery, looked at their boobs and yes, touched them because they said I could. Then I heard about women having health problems because of them and also the encapsulation problems that cause the hardening problems. So, after 18 hard, earnest yrs. of researching implants, once I heard about the health problems and law suits, I threw everything in the garbage and decided to give up on the idea. Then I looked at myself in the mirror again and hated feeling like a little girl. My boobs did not match my body! Did my husband dislike my boobs? No! He was happy to be feeling boobs of any kind, he said. Thankful to have boobs to touch any time! But, being the wonderful guy he is, he said that whatever made me happy would be fine with him. Soooo…..after I had a friend and a sister have implant surgery done by the same doctor and they were happy, I thought their boobs looked great, felt great & I waited TWO yrs. more to be sure their boobs didn’t change, I went to the same doctor to have my surgery. I chose silicone ones that were of a new variety that were NOT supposed to get hard. Saline implants were more likely to get hard and they also sloshed around a bit. I didn’t really want silicone implants, but at that time, it seemed to be the wisest choice. And, that’s what my friend and sister had. Okay, I told my doctor I only wanted C cups, because I wanted to look very normal and was okay with not having the kind that men really stare at. I just wanted to look and feel normal. Average sized. Well, he gave me D cups because I was overweight and he felt that size was more porportionate for my body. I was VERY unhappy with that choice! He also set the implants up higher on my breast, because he said that most women are looking for larger cleavage. We discussed what I wanted a bit, but apparently not enough, because I wanted fullness on the bottom so my nipples would be more centered than they were. Now my nipples were even lower on my breasts. They look okay from the front, but from the side view, I look like Snoopy with my nipples sliding down my breasts a bit. My breasts don’t look fake, but they sure feel fake. And, YES, ladies and gentlemen, my boobs got hard as rocks after about 2 yrs. or less. Sometimes they soften up a bit, sometimes they feel as hard as baseballs. Do I even want my husband to touch them? NO! And, something NO one mentions, I have NO feelings in them at all, except for the very tops and a bit on the sides. My nipples do not contract when cold or during sex. I have no feelings in my nipples at all. I miss that feeling so much! When my husband wants to suck on them, which I LOVED before, it’s like he’s sucking on my elbow to me. No feeling. No fun for either of us. So now, we just avoid my breasts completely. The hardness can be very painful, too. My doctor says that once the hardness comes, they usually stay hard. I don’t know why mine soften sometimes, but never very much. When I hug people closely and they are hard, I am afraid they can feel those hard balls in my chest. The ONLY thing good that came out of this is that I do feel sexier in my clothes and swimsuit. I do feel more confident and somehow more powerful. But, would I do it again? NO! I hate the hardness, I miss my soft breasts and so does my dear husband and I hate the lack of sensation in them when we make love. I wish my parents had never made me feel that I was not going to be womanly enough if I didn’t have bigger breasts. Body image is key & I’ve seen flat or small breasted women who are sexy as hell and act sexy as hell. I wish I had left well enough alone. Turns out my husband LOVED my real boobs, but he knew I didn’t, so he wanted me to be happy. I wish I had known how much he loved me just the way I was. Not sure I would have listened to him, but men, if you love your woman the way she is, TELL HER LOUD & CLEAR! I had the surgery done in 1991 and now I’m in my mid 50′s and afraid what they will look like if I take them out. Soft, real breasts are best. Teach your children to be confident with the way they are, and fathers, make your daughters feel good about themselves.

  32. M Says:

    I am a 100% straight guy who is 48 years old and I guess I am sort of different from what is considered the “norm” in that I personally look at plastic surgery used to simply “enhance” looks as mutilation of something already divine.

    Now don’t get me wrong – if someone has been injured or disfigured due to an accident or illness such as cancer then reconstructive plastic surgery is justified to restore some semblance of what the person was before.

    I have 2 daughters and if I ever hear any man that they are involved with try to talk them into inserting plastic bags of silicone goo or salt water into their chests (or any other body part) just so that they will look more like some Madison Avenue fantasy I will personally see to it that that man won’t have any need for such thoughts ever again.

    We as parents need to impress to our children both male and female NOT to buy into the self loathing “I’m/You’re not good enough unless I/you look like________”(insert name of useless celebrity or fad into blank) but to both accept both themselves and their partners as they were created physically, and to use the character and personality that are independent of physical looks as the measure of who to spend their lives with.

    I personally would love to see all non-reconstructive, non-medically justified “cosmetic/vanity” plastic surgery outlawed as a form of mutilation just the same as female circumcision is outlawed and those who perform the mutilations prosecuted for crimes against humanity because to tell our children or those we claim to love that they are not good enough because of how they look is one of the vilest forms of emotional abuse ever perpetrated and any one who does this or supports those who do needs to be locked up UNDER the prison.

  33. Alex Says:

    Natural is better, fake boobs feel weird, Being an assman I don’t care about the boob size anyways, but It’s a turn off if they have fake boobs.

  34. phatbootycutie Says:

    I think it’s very important to be comphortable with yourself, and be involved with a partner who likes you JUST AS YOU AR, ad if that still doesn’t satisfy you, learn from other’s mistakes (thank goodness for blogs like these), and weigh the pros and cons in referrance to the “long run”…

    I am thankful for my 42 DD’S my mother gave, however they do get in the way @ times when shopping. A lot of clothes are made smaller in the bust area, so I have to go with a larger size to accomodate the girlz, as I consider them sometimes.

    The moral of my boob commentation on this topic is this: BE HAPPY WITH WHATEVER THE HIGHER BEING HAS BESTOWED UPON YOU! Natural will never fail you, and if your man has a problem with a lil saggin after some years of being together, it’s just that: HIS PROBLEM. Naturaly large tits, are HEAVY! And the law of gravity applies.I LOVE MINE, AND I THINK THEY LOOK GREAT.

    P.S. Men on Nipple rings… Tell me what you think about them on a woman.

  35. Nyx Says:

    I am a natural 36G and have thought about getting a breast reduction, so it is funny to read about women who want their bust bigger. I would like to point out I am a natural 36G on a normal sized body and yes, I did that Manswers quiz where I jump up and down to see if my bust is still perky. It is. I think it is because I work out and though my bust is large, it is also supported by a lot of muscle.

    I don’t get why women that are smaller want larger breasts. It is harder to move and do a lot of things with them. I advanced from a C cup to a G in college (heard your breasts don’t stop growing until you are 25, I guess so since I was the same weight in college I am now). Even with a C, it was hard to run track and do other things I wanted to do.

    I am sure fake breasts draw guys in. They are more the norm in Playboy magazine then natural breasts. It is sad that natural busts are now viewed as gross, like having even well trimmed public hair is gross. I grew up in the 70′s and appreciate older films that had more girl next door girls in them. Not ones that are overly tan, overly small, with fake busts, no pubic hair and siliconned lips. For one, the look is so over the place, it becomes boring. There is no variety. And I feel bad because a lot of young women I know think modeling for Playboy would be this ultimate dream. Note, I do live in Southern Cali.

    I just wish American society would teach girls to work on their character first and their looks second. Then they would know they can get a man without having to get surgery done. I mean, some surgery is acceptable, like if a woman had kids and her breasts went from big to small and now there is loose skin or if someone, like me, was born with G cup breasts and get sick of the back pain and trying super hard to find bras that fit and sigh when those bras are $80-$120 a piece.

    Overall, you should be happy with yourself. It’s too much of a consumer playground in this country. Money that is being used for vanity could be donated to charities, where people need help.

    Asked the BF and he said he doesn’t like fake breasts at all. He says there is something unnatural about the nipple being in the middle and women having no cleavage even in push up bras. I forgot about that. I’ve seen large breasted women with no cleavage. That is very weird.
    He does also point out to me how he doesn’t like racing stripes as pubic hair too. Maybe he’s one of he odd ones, but I think men prefer natural to fake overall. It may not be perfection yet it feels better and bounces. I guess men like breasts that bounce. Fake breast tend to stay still and at attention!

  36. Nyx Says:

    Oh yeah, people also think I am dumb because I have natural 36G breasts, so smaller busted women, don’t think you are the only ones that get picked on, it happens to us too. One of my friend’s parents said I should get a bust reduction because people wouldn’t hire me for a job because my breasts make me look dumb.

    Also, you are seen as easy, and I have no idea why.

    I have a MFA and have been with the same guy for ten years.

    It is like people judge you like you can increase or decrease your bust size at will. I’ve seen shows where people say “small breasts are in this year!” Well, I guess I’ll get some then! It isn’t like hair color or fashion, something that can be easily changed (ok there might be some surgery addicts out there who would debate me, still…).

    I mean, men who say “small busts are gross” or “big breasts aren’t good” aren’t looking at the woman under the bust in general. I’ve had strangers say “look at those huge knockers” like I am not even there. Many people point out to be how big they are, like I don’t know! Oh yes, I have big breasts, I’m so stupid, I don’t know they are there!

  37. AK Says:

    I can’t believe how strange it is for me to read this. Society deems stick thin figures with round orbs that defy gravity as the IDEAL and yet it seems NO MEN like them!!!!!

    It must be us women who like them! Something is very wrong!

    And M I agree with your post. I hope I can instil a sense of self love and in my children so that they never feel the need to mutilate themselves to make themselves feel better.

  38. Tina Says:

    I am so sick of guys saying that fake boobs are disgusting. I had A cup and I didn’t feel good about it because of course guys looked more to my girl friends who has C+ so I decided to have implants and now I have B+ cup and I am so happy, they don’t look fake or feel fake. I am very tall and A+ looked so weird for my frame, please think first then talk…I know A LOT of women who have done augmenatation only for going one more size….stop thinking of fake boobs as only porn. Why nobody says nothing about nose job? that’s worst…it is your face. If you love someone you couldn’t care…I am pro of going one or two more sizes up…not the huge fake ones….anyway just my opinion.

  39. shawnta c Says:

    you know what im having implants put in next friday. guess what its not due to insecurities or a mans view. its because i gave birth to two children and nursed them both. and dont plan on having more anytime soon. when you go from a 32c to a 34d let me know cause once your done nursing the breast sag. so until your in this situation shut your mouth.

  40. Rosario Says:

    I am astounded that no one has mentioned women who…horror of horrors…..hate their breasts and actually want to remove them. I have no use for mine at all. I get sick from looking at them, they’re awkward and if anyone attempts to grab them I will not hesitate to break that hand.

    YES, ladies and gentlemen, there are heterosexual, completely straight, man-loving women who NEVER WANTED the boobs! I burst into tears when I started getting mine and ever since then I’ve been eagerly awaiting the day I have enough money to get these annoying thing taken off.

    Then I can finally develop my pecs and feel comfortable! Hooray mindscrew! =D

    If there are men out there who like all kinds of boobs, then there has to be a few who wouldn’t give a damn if his wife didn’t have them! =D

  41. Cindy Says:

    It’s a sad society….one guy above talks about women needing to fix their bodies if they are shaped like a “pear”. Um….hate to tell you this, but that IS the natural shape which would be the most favorable for women to bear children if we lived in our most natural state…and that IS what sex and attraction is all about. If there were no operations and no C-Sections and other ways that we have today to ensure safe childbearing, the surest way is by women being built like pears!! Back in the old days one of the reasons that full skirts with hoops and corsets and such came about was to make it seem like women…even the ones who had small hips had larger hips than what they did! Because men found it to be more risky to marry a woman with small hips or who didn’t have the right carriage to safely bear his children without dying. Look at the pics of old….paintings of women who in this day and age would be considered fat. They are women who would be considered the correct body type for safely having sex, and bearing the children which came of that sex back in that time. We live in a screwed up world filled with fake imagery based on trying to glue large fake breasts on a thin, body with mannish hips and all for the pleasure of men and being convinced we can’t attract one without them. The girls they call “curvy” today are STICK figures compared to what was considered normal and curvy in a more natural environment of past years. Marilyn Monroe would be fat in this day and age…ditto for Sofia Loren, Betty Grable and others like them. And yet they had more of what a natural figure with large breasts (and the body fat percentage to facilitate them would be.) People. Grow up! Boobs are not everything in this world, and women if your confidence relies on them, then YOU are messed up and need to re-evaluate what makes you who you are. Your sexuality and attractiveness does not come from a singular body part and whatever media, man, brainwashing or other has convinced you that it’s so…you need a reality check.

  42. Rei Says:

    Do what you feel is right, for you! If you, the woman, is not happy, then do what would make you happy. Someday, I’d like to get implants, a size or few sizes up once my boobs sag. Guys do not like saggy boobs, and women do not like saggy boobs.

  43. Anne Says:

    I am mid thirties female and have breasts that have a very ugly shape to them, so I am looking to get implants to change the tuberous shape. I don’t actually want to have bigger breasts, I like being small chested, but I so embarrassed when I undress in front of a guy, so after going back and forth in my mind for years over this I have made the decision to get them. So guys, what are your thoughts when you see women with oddly shaped breasts? and you can do a google image search for tubular or tuberous breasts to see what i’m talking about. I’ll probably only get a B+, I’m hoping to keep them on the small side because I have an athletic body. I hope men don’t have my implants when I get them, but I’ll just have to deal with that if that’s the case. Thank you for any feedback.

  44. Anne Says:

    oops, i mean “i hope men don’t *hate* my implants when i get them”. lol. not *have* my implants.

  45. Madamoselle L Says:

    *sigh* A couple of points of logic and fact.

    1) “Breastfeeding” does not make breasts sag. Pregnancy causes the loss of elastic tissue, as do genetics. A woman who chooses to feed her baby the artificial stuff my partner once referred to as “bong water in a can” (aka “formula”) and lets her breasts painfully involute too quickly is actually MORE likely to end up “floppy” than a woman who breastfed a mess of kids until they were all in preschool.

    2)The hard, nearly untouchable implanted breast one posted touched (I am guessing a lot more than ONE poster has run into one of these) is not a “cheap” one. This is the result of “encapsulation.” The body doesn’t like the invasion of the implant, and makes a scar tissue “capsule” around the breast. The breast then feels like a stone under skin. No telling who will encapsulate, but it is VERY common, most women who get implants will encapsulate eventually. The implant does not have to “rupture” at all, the immune system causes the encapsulation. It can and does occur in otherwise completely intact implants. And, it can hurt, a LOT. No cure for it. Some get relief when the implants are removed (especially if the surgeon removes the scar tissue also) but sometimes it stays.

    3) If a woman lies down, and her breasts stay at “attention” (Meaning they are still pointing up, firm, and look as though she is standing) chances are they are implants. REAL breasts obey gravity and fall to the side, as the woman lies down. Not many real women have cleavage while lying on their backs. Lying down cleavage is a good sign of “something” in the breast.

    4) Even if the implant ruptures, you can still breastfeed. Silicone is inert (it does NOT cause “autoimmune disease”) and saline simply absorbs into the body. Rarely, today is the nipple completely removed for an implant to be implanted. (although it used to be, as it was easier, and most plastic surgeons couldn’t give a rat’s patootie about breastfeeding OR female sexual response.) The “best” (healthiest?) implants are saline, which are inserted, (get ready) through the woman’s navel. (they are put in DEFLATED, pushed through the body into place and THEN The saline is pumped into the implant.) Yep, NO danger of damaging the nipple structure, (which when it works properly IS a part of sexual response) no weird scars, no removing the nipple, and if it is placed UNDER the chest muscle wall, all the better.

    As for saline being “floppy.” Yes, breasts are supposed to be soft…actually feeling a real one may let that poster know that….and after the age of 18 or so, most women have some variation of “floppiness” whether she has had a child or not. And, when a saline implant ruptures, nobody has to dig the stuff out of your chest wall, your abdominal wall, your neck, your back, your face, your arms and other various and sundry places….

  46. Mike Says:

    Having fake breasts is almost the same thing as telling a lie in my opinion…and quite frankly I fail to see that they are even attractive. They look fake, feel fake, and I think it says a lot about a personality flaw. Personally I could care less about breast size. I mean, dont get me wrong, I do like big boobs, but it’s not like a deal breaker for me if a woman doesnt have big boobs. But I rather be with a woman with real breasts that are small than a woman with fake boobs that are big. Plus…think about when you get to be let’s say…80 years old…then what? I dont think you’ll want to lug those things around. I mean…I often wish I had a bigger penis, but I am not going to go get an operation to make it larger. If my woman doesnt like the way I am…then I dont need her.

  47. Sunshine Says:

    Madamoslle, you have no idea what you’re talking about. Breastfeeding absolutely causes sagging. I was a 34 B before I had children. Very firm, no sign of potential sagging. As soon as I got pregnant I went to a very full C. After the baby, I was an E cup. Now after breastfeeding three children, I’m barely an A sagging flat! I’m getting implants to just at least fill the bag!

  48. laura Says:

    I have had both real breasts and fake breasts. The fake ones are better. Trust me. I have worked as a dancer for 12 years and the girls with real large breasts make less money then the girls with large breast implants. I myself have felt hundreds of breast implants and they vary from person to person. Typically, the thinner the girl, the faker they feel. Mine feel great, but I had good skin tone to begin with, as well as a very good surgeon.

  49. Madamoiselle L Says:

    Sunshine said: “Breastfeeding absolutely causes sagging. I was a 34 B before I had children.” I know EXACTLY what I am talking about. Pregnancy and genetics causes sagging, NOT breastfeeding. If you didn’t nurse your children you would be just as saggy. Also, women with larger breasts to start out with sag more, (A “full” C cup is considered a moderately large breast) it’s simple physics. I have a Master’s in Lactation Science, and I DO KNOW what I am talking about when it comes to all things breast.

    If you went from a “full” C to an A it was either due to one of two things, your last child has been weaned less than a year, and the fat deposits which SHOULD be in the breast haven’t regrown yet (OR you weaned too quickly, which can actually DAMAGE breast tissue. Slow weaning, usually at least 3 to 6 months or more, (preferably, not even started until after the baby’s first birthday) of the gradual weaning process will cause no damage to the breast.) 2) You lost too much weight too quickly and the fat in your breasts is gone (which makes up most of the size, the gladular tissue makes up little of the actual size.) If you were once a C you will be again, when you either reach your “set weight” or your body has regained the fat deposits used up during a proper LONG nursing (anything less than 6 months is “token” nursing and will usually NOT cause much loss of fat deposits at all, but the pregnancy factor is of course still there.) It takes between 3 months and a year to regain the fat deposits.

    Most of the size in a breast is fat. When you breastfeed most of the “Growth” is gladular, and some fat, which is then used as the lactational process continues. Within a year after weaning (if weaning was done properly) the fat will redeposit, and the actual “Size” of the breast is nearly always the same.

    I have worked with women who have NEVER been pregnant and induced lactation, for adopted babies, we see NO sagging in them, especially if they don’t lose a lot of weight. They were never pregnant, so the fibrin which causes the breast to be “perky” was never lost, as it is in pregnancy. Lactation has no effect on the fibrin in the breast, or the eventual glandular structure size. In some women the glands grow slightly, and stay that way, (usually in younger women and those with very small breasts) but we are talking about milligrams of weight, not enough to cause a breast to “sag.” (in fact the breasts are not considered completely developed until AFTER a full course of breastfeeding)

    Breastfeeding is what the breasts were MEANT to do. It does not cause damage, size change (permanent) or sagging. However, pregnancy, genetics and improper weaning techniques can cause these three.

    Only “cold turkey weaning” may have ANY impact on actual sagging. Some say even this brutal treatment doesn’t effect sagging, however. It should be done under NO circumstance. Cold Turkey weaning is simply “quitting” without gradually weaning, after the milk supply is regulated (after 6 weeks of total nursing) and this brutal procedure is damaging to the mother, the baby and the breasts. Even in the horrible circumstance where a woman loses her baby, we recommend pumping for a few months, and donating the milk, so that the breast isn’t damaged.

  50. Madamoiselle L Says:

    I agree wholeheartedly with you Mike. Any woman who has actually seen an elderly woman with implants will SERIOUSLY think twice about getting these most intrusive artificial appendages. I have seen older women (a few over the age of 65 or 70, this procedure was in it’s infancy in the 1950s) with breast implants, when I worked the ER. SCARY! EVERYTHING is sagging, and a bit wrinkly (as you would expect for an older woman)…….except for these very weird looking…..rock hard balls…… sticking out of her chest.

    A woman has every right to do whatever she wants with her body, but few plastic surgeons are going to tell you the truth about encapsulation, scar tissue, that lovely “rock hard” feeling your breasts will eventually get, rupture (in a recent study of questions asked of plastic surgeons, nearly ALL lied about the rupture percentage and encapsulation, hey, they know where their bread is buttered) migration (yeah, they can actually MOVE to other parts of your body……) and so on.

    I advise any woman contemplating this procedure (unless, of course you have actual one sided glandular insufficiency (less than 1 in every several thousand women, however some plastic surgeons claim every woman with less than a perky C cup has this condition…..what does that tell you) or have lost a breast to disease, it is really something EVERY woman needs to educate themselves about.

    And NO don’t go to the surgeon and expect him to be honest with you, cosmetic surgeons are the used car sales men of the medical world…..talk to OBGYN and L&D nurses and lactation consultants, they know breasts.


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