What's with all the women (and, even worse, girls) getting implants?
If mens' magazines are to be believed (from Maxim to Playboy and others), the true ideal is the giant, gravity defying chest. And, as is often the case, this notion has trickled down to the general public to the point where you can't throw a rock without it bouncing off a tightly packed saline-filled uberboob.
But, at least when the subject has come up with men I know, it seems that a very high percentage of men not only don't prefer implanted torsos, but actually dislike them.
I can be counted among their ranks. To me, a fake chest (and, to avoid a needless tangent, I exclude from this implants that have been used for reconstructive purposes - I'm speaking of the purely cosmetic types) is a turnoff. In fact, the only thing that, in my mind, can ruin the look of an otherwise attractive woman quicker than implants is a lit cigarette.
And yet, Hollywood and the media will portray the Pamela Andersons of the world as if they are the ideal.
To me, she doesn't even look human.
Give me the natural look any day.