If you’ve got breast implants or are even considering amping up those tatas, but you also consider yourself a feminist, you’re not alone. These days, card-carrying feminists think they can have it all. It’s not enough to expect equal pay, egalitarian treatment and acknowledgement for the often invisible women’s work. Modern feminists believe in ending the battle of the sexes while also maintaining their right to look as sexy as they damn well please.
I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar
Maybe you’re one of these so-called feminists who get breast implants and say they want to look good for themselves. Perhaps you claim that breast augmentation is your own prerogative, and any manner in which you choose to beautify, augment or adorn your body is nobody’s business but your own. I bet you’d even go so far as to argue that making these sorts of decisions about what you do and how you do it is a sign of empowerment.
Chances are, you’re partaking in some of the recent trends in breast enhancement procedures and your main motivation is your own personal pleasure. This in and of itself is pretty revolutionary, given how women often put themselves last.
Fight for Your Right to Celebrate Your Boobs
There’s been a lot of muttering that you can’t be a feminist if you partake in plastic surgery. But what kind of nonsense is that? After all, engaging in something that helps you feel confident and allows you to celebrate yourself in all your glory is pretty liberating. Breast implants are far less about pandering to the male gaze than they are about taking pride in your own appearance and boosting your self-image so you can stand tall and proud as you continue to fight the good fight.
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