- Yes I wouldVote A
- No , it wouldn't effect my opinion on themVote B
Most Helpful Guy
Nope, it's their body not mine.0
Most Helpful Girl
I usually don't judge any one.
However, I will formulate an opinion about this person based on the amount of plastic surgery they get.
If they are getting plastic surgery because---
A) They feel insecure about a body part
B) They've had children and want the body they had before
C) They were in a terrible accident and it is required of them to get surgery
D) Gender reassignment surgery
E) Health re-lated reasons (ex. Gastric bypass surgery, removing a cancer in the body etc.)
Then I see no problem at all in that.
That is very understandable.
However, the problem that I do have is when someone does it because they are suffering from a psychological disorder such as:
A) Body dysmorphic disorder (there will be no end, to the surgeries that they want)--This person will get nips and tucks here, and because of their disorder they will find another body part that they feel needs to be operated on (With BDD it is an endless cycle of disapproval that exists in oneself).
Even when someone isn't suffering from a psychological disorder if they feel the need to go overboard with the plastic surgery (pretty much almost get their entire body done), then I see something wrong with the individual.
Although no professional diagnosed there has to be something wrong with someone to literally want almost every body part altered in some way.
I feel at that person as insecure, or someone who probably went through a traumatic event of some sort at one point in their lives.
If you are constantly changing yourself... then who are you?0