Would you dump a girl if you found out she was “plastic”?(It’s her body not mine)

The main inspiration of implants or other ‘plastic’ features on women is to reduce the chances of them feeling inferior for not having body features that are considered attractive.
Collins Mwai
Collins Mwai

The main inspiration of implants or other ‘plastic’ features on women is to reduce the chances of them feeling inferior for not having body features that are considered attractive.

When one resolves to go for plastic surgery to enhance their looks, they do it for their own piece of mind and because they want their significant other to like them more and appreciate them. This should be interpreted as sacrifice and bravery to take risks for personal happiness and for their partners’ happiness. 

The bold step to go under the surgeon’s scalpel will bring both partners happiness and gratification at one partner’s pain. If that is not selflessness, I don’t what is.

If I found out that the girl I am going out with has previously enlisted help from plastic features to appear more attractive, I would have no problem with that because she stands out as one who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid of bending the rules to get it. She went after what she thinks is happiness and shouldn’t be victimised for that.

Women use extra help all the time, some with makeup, others with weaves and artificial hair, so I don’t see the big deal with one who is unafraid to go an extra mile to maximise on a feature or two.

A popular argument by those against women enhancing some of their features is that one is supposed to be comfortable with who they are and believe in themselves. But don’t the same people believe in happiness and satisfaction? Don’t the same have ambitions that they are willing to pursue at whatever cost?

One can also have ‘fake features’ and use plastic surgery after an accident to conceal the scars that probably remind them of a past they are not willing to remember.

With that they prove that they are willing to move on and do not want to always be seen as victims or receive public sympathy. Plastic surgery to them is a solution as they try to leave behind the past memories that may not be pleasant. Why would anyone frown upon such efforts?

Plastic surgery is not for the faint hearted, it is not for the weak; it is for those who are sure of what they want and are not afraid to put their lives and looks on the line as they go after it. They are not afraid of the repercussions that you will see them as strange and over ambitious. They have an imagination and their sights are fixed at a prize, a look, that’s my ideal kind of lady.

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