Real or Fake?

Real or Fake?

Isadorabelle Isadorabelle
This is a question that people attracted to women would probably find easier to answer.

With the obsession of looking perfect in western culture, a lot of women resort to plastic surgery. (I imagine men do too, but you hear about it mostly with women)

Their lips aren't pillowy enough or their breasts aren't big enough, their face aren't the right shape or one eye is higher than the other, etc.

My question is does it change anything to find out that the person you are attracted to physically has had work done on one of their more attractive features? Do you prefer someone who hasn't had any work done or does it matter?

If it does matter, what about if it is for weight loss, like liposuction or stapling and a one time thing?

Basically, if you found out that the woman with the exotic looks paid for them, is she (or he) still attractive or just fake?
09/30/2010
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Madeira Madeira
Quote:
Originally posted by Isadorabelle
This is a question that people attracted to women would probably find easier to answer.

With the obsession of looking perfect in western culture, a lot of women resort to plastic surgery. (I imagine men do too, but you hear about it mostly ...
Personally, I don't care whether they've had work done, as long as they look like themselves. I personally would never get plastic surgery that wasn't about feeling more like myself... I've not had any work done, but I'd really like to have a pair of horns as I've always wanted some...

We're not always born looking the way we feel, and so surgery to correct that is great, but I think society pressuring people to change their appearance is shitty.
09/30/2010
Isadorabelle Isadorabelle
Quote:
Originally posted by Madeira
Personally, I don't care whether they've had work done, as long as they look like themselves. I personally would never get plastic surgery that wasn't about feeling more like myself... I've not had any work done, but I'd really ...
I don't have a problem with plastic surgery as long as it is for one's self, not done due to society pressures. I see pictures like the link below and then it upsets me.

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Though, personally if I had the money to get any work done, I think I'd go with something to give me a noticeable jump start on weight loss and to help reduce the appearance of stretch marks (I gained weight rather quickly). And, I do think I'd get a breast reduction. The women in my family are very well endowed, haha. It's not fun to have achy breasts when I run.
09/30/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Quote:
Originally posted by Isadorabelle
This is a question that people attracted to women would probably find easier to answer.

With the obsession of looking perfect in western culture, a lot of women resort to plastic surgery. (I imagine men do too, but you hear about it mostly ...
It doesn't matter.

The only thing I'd be angry about is, if the women I was dating had a penis (and she hid it from me) and had adjustments made to maker her more feminine. Not that I have anything against transsexuals, but that is something you should be honest about. At least in my opinion.
10/01/2010
paralax paralax
Quote:
Originally posted by Isadorabelle
This is a question that people attracted to women would probably find easier to answer.

With the obsession of looking perfect in western culture, a lot of women resort to plastic surgery. (I imagine men do too, but you hear about it mostly ...
if it was plastic surgery i would find them fake. i like my partners natural. if it was for weight loss that would b completely different and wouldn't change my mind at all. i am into some body mod stuff which is kind of hypercritical in a way but what evs.
10/01/2010
lamira lamira
I do not find plastic surgery attractive at all.
10/12/2010
Pandahb Pandahb
Quote:
Originally posted by Isadorabelle
This is a question that people attracted to women would probably find easier to answer.

With the obsession of looking perfect in western culture, a lot of women resort to plastic surgery. (I imagine men do too, but you hear about it mostly ...
I can generally tell when someone looks fake. But if they don't have that "fake" look, I wouldn't think poorly of them.
10/13/2010
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