Are flat chested women sexier than women with enchanced breasts?
Many women lose breast fullness after breastfeeding and losing weight.
Some women sag a great deal with age.
Should they consider implants to go back to their previous size and shape?
Or Are fake breasts just too unattractive?
Or is bigger always sexier?
Bigger is not always sexier – at least for me. Sexiness has more to do with the person’s personality, attitude, presence, confidence, presentation, etc. than size. Because of that, both large and small breasts, and any between, have the potential of being attractive.
Enhancing one’s breasts is a very personal thing (and the circumstances in which ladies have this done are so different – especially for those who have suffered from breast cancer, etc.) so I want to be careful in making statements about that. Yet, I will agree with Epaminondas, obviously fake or disproportionate breasts do not appeal to me. (Though they might be striking or attract attention!)
First…they aren’t “fake.” Enhanced breasts are still palpable, physical boobs. Second, breast sexiness is very individually subjective. There’s no way to answer your question. For me, my DW has neither enhanced or flat breasts, so, to quote Joey Tribiani, “the point is moo.”
I would suspect that most men love their wife’s boobs, no matter what they look like. 🙂
Also, I’ve heard that there are more fake boobs out there than we are aware of. Many fake ones look so natural, that they are indistinguishable from the real ones. I think most people don’t like the bad looking fake ones; the ones that look like to half-cantaloupes stuck under the skin.
I think there can be situations where it is completely healthy (psychologically–physiological risk is another matter) for a woman to desire breast augmentation. I also think that an awful lot of women have it done for some extremely unhealthy reasons. It would be good if every candidate for that surgery could be counselled by a Christian counselor trained in this issue before being allowed to go through with the surgery,
I have heard it said that the fakes are hard and just aren’t squeezably soft like Charmin and the real ones. I think, for that reason, even though I could wish mine sat higher and tighter, I will stick with my underwire bra and breathe that sigh of relief when I take it off at night.
My wife chose to have an augmentation. I told her I would support her either way. To me, she turned me on with how they were, and she turns me on now post-augmentation. It is a personal preference for each and not something that any one can say is right or wrong.
To me, it comes down to body confidence. The reason why my wife chose to have one is she lost a lot of volume after nursing three kids. They were still perky, just nearly 2 cup sizes smaller after children. When she exercised, that was the first area she lost size. There are certain types of clothes she liked but never looked good or felt conformable in them because of her previous size. She wanted more confidence in that area. So she chose to have it done.
Hers look incredibly natural. Yes, they are quite a bit bigger. But honestly, if she is jus wearing a t-shirt you can’t even really tell the size. As her doctor said, the goal should always be to get a size that you can conceal or show off, depending. Her’s are just right for her.
So, to me, are they a turn on or turn-off? Cannot say, I was turned on my by wife before and after. But her confidence improved, which made her more sexual in return, so it was a win-win.
I’m going to say.. that each person has their own preferences but “enhanced” is NEVER my preference. I prefer natural fake breasts are actually a little bit of a turnoff to me but not near as much as injected fake puffy lips. UGGH that gets me.