Jenny Jones's Opinions About Breast Implants

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Natalie Portman once stated “Breast implants gross me out. I don’t think they are attractive at all.” There are various opinions among women regarding breast implants. Some women may assume breast implants make their breasts look more appealing while some may not envisage likewise. Moreover, Kate Winslet also affirmed “Plastic surgery and breast implants are fine for people who they are. But, it makes these people, actors especially, fantasy figures for a fantasy world. Acting is about being real, being honest.” Therefore, she felt that manipulating one’s body makes one look fake even if that makes one’s happy. HERS; Made to Measure is an article by Lucy Ferris where she shared her own story and her views on breast implants. She discussed how …show more content…
Like Lucy Ferris, she was also teased at a young age for having the small chest. In addition, her mother and sister were big-breasted. Her father also wanted her to have bigger bosoms as he always appreciated women with bigger breasts. For instance, Jenny Jones disclosed in the passage “Later, in her 20s, she was always the target of smaller breast jokes. Unlike Lucky Ferris, she married twice and her second husband hardly touched her breasts. Moreover, she sold everything to pay for her implants. She felt different after her first surgery and soon she realized she was having hard breasts and she started to get insults from her acquaintances. Nevertheless, she had multiple surgeries on her breasts and at one point she realized she didn’t have any feelings in her breasts anymore. In her 40s, she couldn’t wear anything low cut and her cleavage was totally off. On top of that, she finally wanted to take her implants removed but she couldn’t. She went through several surgeries to find perfection, but she was never satisfied. However, her husband was totally supportive and she finally learned to accept what she became. Last but not the least, she started to love herself and wouldn’t recommend anyone to have breast

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