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[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: October 13th, 2006 - 04:21 am (Link)
1) Two separate issues here. See, I hate when people dismiss pretty much anything as shallow. I don't see how its any worse to have a thing for 6 foot blondes with double D cups than it is to have a thing for girls with 150 IQs who work for the peace corps. Hell, maybe you want a brainy peace corps blonde and huge tits. Nothing wrong with that.

But I was more talking more of looking down on someone else who does it. Or claiming that the amount of work/money it takes somehow makes it good or bad.

2) Exactly

2b) Considering the reduction then?

2c) But if every supermarket magazine featured men in tight clothes with 8 pound buldges in their pants, would you be tempted? That was the crux of Steph and Jill's argument, i think. That some how the prevalence of the image forces low self esteem on others. On the other hand, I'm around wrestlers with buldging muscles well beyond mine all the time, and it really doesn't bug me enough to make me want to do anything about it either. So I suspect I wouldn't. But even if I did. Well, so what? I think that should be my choice.

Bonus) well, that's the difference. If having small boobies or too big a nose bothers you, there's not really a "natural" way to fix it. And if technology can help you feel better about yourself, go for it. But I don't really care if there's a natural way or not. There are natural ways to lose weight, but I'm not against gastric bypass either, if that's what the person wants. And there's no natural way to grow back an arm that's been amputated, but if a guy wants to get a prosthesis, good for him.

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