Found this today...
The majority of men who have penis enlargements end up dissatisfied with the results, a study says.
The study goes on to say that most men, who go for penis enlargements, actually have a psychological condition rather than a physical problem... often
wanting further operations and never being truly happy with the size.
Well I would take this one step further... I believe that ALL cosmetic surgery is actually down to psychological conditions (excluding Cosmetic
surgery for medical reasons such as burn victims etc...)
Seriously, why do people want to mutilate their bodies? What makes someone want to have Botox injected into their face? What drive someone to have
bone structure shaved away? Or Silicon bags shoved into their body???
I believe it is all a result of people being worn down by society’s idea of perfection... No one can ever achieve the airbrushed waif image that is
prevalent in so many magazines...Nor can young girls ever hope to have natural gravity defying 38GG breasts... Or the thick voluptuous lips that are
suddenly appearing on so many actresses’ faces these days...
However, this is the image that is portrayed as the norm!
All the people that i know who have had Cosmetic surgery have been insecure!
Personally i have always despised cosmetic surgery when it is used simply for vanity... In my opinion it is morally and ethically wrong.
You get situations where kids, who have suffered from serious disfigurements, may have to wait months for treatment on their injuries because all the
best surgeons are in private clinics operating on perfectly healthy people for the sake of vanity.
These people say that it makes them happy, feel more confident, sexier etc...
Well how come they keep going back??
I once read that 80% of people who have cosmetic surgery will go on to have further ops!!!
I believe that most of these people actually have a serious mental condition and need psychological help. I also believe that this mental condition
is being covered up by TPTB because the fashion and cosmetics industry is now worth billions.
What a sad shallow world we live in!