Do men prefer their women to have real bodies (flaws and all)?
She walked into the room and captured the attention of most men. She was a vivacious redhead with a slender body; and the orange dress she wore did her every bit of justice. And for this guy who was present at the party, the sparks were undeniable. So they arranged a meeting, one thing led to another and before long, they were groping each other in some hallway; until his hand fumbled her chest and…
He froze. Implant bag!? Fake boobs!? All along, this guy was anticipating flesh… ALL flesh! Lemme just say after she noticed him acting all weird, every thing went down hill and he found himself in his car going home. “Was I really going to let plastic surgery get in the way of my search for love—again?”, actor Gabriel Olds wondered.
Much as plastic surgery is a woman’s choice, some men find it hard to see past it. Sometimes it makes them question the woman and who she truly is as an individual. See, a lot of women are going the nip and tuck way; and men are partially to blame for this. But much as men are that superficial - lusting after every perfect body on Playboy Magazine or Sports illustrated - most of us have a problem dealing with surgically perfected bodies of women in our lives.
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Sometimes, all men want is to be with a woman who can worship herself and her body as opposed to those that change their bodies to rectify some teenage body issues or to make themselves be more attractive to men... women who celebrate beauty as opposed to those who are obsessed with trying to fix some body part.
Much as surgery might make a woman look curvier or much prettier, it somehow shows a lack of confidence in her part. But this doesn’t mean everyone who has had some work done comes with Psychological baggage.
May be this is not a sentiment most men share but for me, there is nothing as thrilling as touching a woman’s au naturel body. It may not be what we see flaunted on music videos but it’s real. Well Gabriel Odds says women don’t understand that “When a guy falls in love, his lover’s body parts become bewitching. I’m not going to tell you that our heads don’t turn when we see a stacked blond walking down the street. But when we fall for you—really, really fall for you—you hijack our sense of beautiful. What’s sexy to us? You—in the “before” picture.”
What would you do if you dated a woman for more than a year only to realize she has been keeping a plastic surgery secret from you? Is plastic surgery a deal breaker for you
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