Originally Posted by Slip Stream
I feel such amazing pity for a person that attaches so much value to her breasts but seemingly little to her inner person. This is the kind of plastic age we live in; where people, for a price, can have their physical features altered to match their vanity. No longer must a person find a way to live with themselves as they are, no, in this era we simply pay a price to avoid reality.
Why is it not okay to be who we are?
That my friend is the question of the day. ..... Unfortunately, I'm @work and can't really get into it now .... but will jump on your interesting comments later.