Plastic Surgeons Tricking Women Into Boob Jobs With "Better Sex"

By

Plastic Surgeons Tricking Women Into Boob Jobs With "Better Sex"
We're not naive enough to believe that fake boobs will lead to better sex.

Do you want to have better sex? Of course you do! We all do! Do you want to know how you can get it? It's really easy and as long as your pain tolerance is through the roof and you have the necessary funds, you can pull it off. Are you ready? Get a boob job! Yes, that's right! Just hippity-hop on over to the first local plastic surgeon's website you see, make an appointment and voila! Better sex is just a few months away — a few months of gruesome recovery time.

Don't believe me? Well, according to a new study, 61 percent of women who have gone under the knife for new breasts have more sex; and 75 percent of these women's partners said that since the boob job, the sex has gotten better. But wait! Before you make that appointment, should I tell you who was behind this study? BestPlasticSurgeryGuide.com! Coincidence? I think not.

 

If we're to use our noodle and do the math, it's safe to say that these numbers may be a little off considering who's behind the study. One of the top components of great sex is confidence, so if your boobs were lopsided or way too small before your surgery and the boob job has given you confidence in bed, more power to you. For many women, this is exactly what happens. But most of us do not need boob jobs, and should be happy with the body we have. Plus, we all know there are many downsides to the procedure, such as a loss of nipple sensation.

Jessica Sager over at Gurl.com said it best: "If you're having sex with someone, you want them to like you for you. Guys and girls who are into girls like boobs of all shapes and sizes. If you feel the need to get a boob job just to turn someone on, can the sex with this person really be that good? The better you feel about yourself and your body, the better sex will be for you and your partner–because you can focus on how you and your partner feel rather than how you look."

Although we would never try to deter anyone from plastic surgery, as it is your body and you have every right under the sun to do with it as you choose, please just proceed with caution. Reports like this one can be deceiving and manipulating; they can provide you with "information" that may be partially skewed for the financial gain of the party who invested in the study in the first place. No matter what choices you make about your body in the future, boob job, nose job, tummy tuck, or whatever else you may think will "solve" your problems, great sex stems from communication and trust in a relationship. If you don't have those in your bedroom, then it doesn't matter how big your boobs are.  

Read more on Gurl.com: Will A Boob Job Lead To Better Sex?

Would you ever consider getting a boob job?

More juicy content from YourTango: