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It's not my body, it isn't my decision. When I see someone with plastic surgery, I see someone that hated their body and changed it so that they could love themselves. No different than someone who goes on a diet because they hate their size or someone who wears makeup because they hate their natural looks. You'd have to be vain as fuck to judge someone just because they did something with THEIR body paid for with THEIR money to achieve their own self love.10
I'm more curious than anything, because I simply don't understand in most cases. I mean if they had a deformed face, I would, but the people who get something done are more often than not already conventionally pretty. I guess I simply don't understand the need to be even prettier when you're already very pretty when your profession doesn't require you to look even better to land jobs.11
I guess nothing wrong with it. Imagine having a huge mole on your cheek or somewhere, who wouldn't want to get it removed. If the person is feeling insecure about something, it shouldn't be others dare to judge the person.
Our body always belong to us, I never did it but if I had an issue like I said I would totally want to have one.10
I don't think it is morally wrong to alter your appearance via surgery. In fact, I think people who use the money they likely worked hard to earn in order to pay for cosmetic surgery are more deserving of being beautiful than people who were born with good looks and didn't have to make any effort.
In the context of dating, I only care about the result. If I find her attractive, I don't care how much or how little plastic surgery she has had. Even if she showed me a picture from long ago and I couldn't recognize her, I wouldn't care. Granted, I would only be comfortable with my partner having plastic surgery if she had done it prior to meeting me. I would be very much against my partner getting plastic surgery after already being in a relationship to me, because it is a given that I already find her attractive, and I would fear that the surgery would make her less attractive to me.30
I used to be strongly against it. However, I've gained a new perspective by meeting some people who have had it done. They showed me old photos of themselves and truthfully it is much harder to date when you look that unattractive. Life is not fair in the sense that you are born with whatever genetics you have. I wouldn't ever get plastic surgery because I don't need it. But why should I condemn people who are struggling and depressed? It's okay to fight your biological adversity. Although I say that, I'm being somewhat hypocritical because I don't think I would knowingly date someone who has had plastic surgery or breast implants, etc.30
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I think that it being so widely used has led many people to become insecure because they don't look like that person who has paid thousand of (insert appropriate currency here) to look that way. The overabundance of plastic surgery, and to be honest makeup and many other ways to alter your appearance, has changed the perceived beauty standards which again has caused much insecurity.. So, to sum up, I'm not a fan of plastic surgery.
I feel I should add that I am more understanding of people who were born, or have become, disfigured and wish to look 'normal' but the same negatives still apply even in those circumstances.10
Honestly I don’t judge people bc god only knows what they have been through but if someone is already attractive and goes the extra mile to look like a barbie then I just say well that’s there choice. Some women who have lost there breast from breast cancer get implants and honestly nothing wrong with that. Some people need surgery bc it can affect there daily living like if a nosejob is done to breathe easier. But if you are 70 years old and get botox go ahead I won't judge but I won't find them attractive which shouldn’t matter to them unless they like younger guys10
Perfectly fine if they are not invasive.
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I find ELECTIVE plastic surgery be one of the dumbest things anyone can get. Plastic surgery that is out of necessity is OK. If the surgery is for a repairing a broken nose, deformed ear, or scars from an accident, then it is wesome! Otherwise, it's stupid.10
I do not understand why anyone would want to perform surgery on plastic. I understand it can be made to look like a sentient being such as in the form of an Action Man or a Barbie doll, however plastic is never actually sentient and is therefore never worthy of a highly expensive surgery.
I think surgery should be reserved for those who are living such as humans, greys, cars, wardrobes.0
It someone wants to get it done it's their life so i dont see anything wrong with it. It they aren't happy with themselves then that's on them of they want it done. I have seen people with Plastic surgery and its a hit or miss whether i thought they looked good or i thought they looked like shit but again it's their choice and their life10
I think it's a fine tool when people make reasonable choices to improve there look and we all know looks do matter but not when people put there looks above everything.
Looks are an asset but intelligence , health , time and money are also and probably more so.20
It's okay I guess especially if you've some skin condition, facial injury etc. Some people age really fast and they look 10-15 years older than they're, some guys lose their hair, so skin fillers, hair transplant would be ok. What I think is stupid is people who are perfectly fine but want to look like a celebrity or like wanna be a different race, and they end up looking horrible, as if they were disfigured. I mean why would somebody wanna do that to themselves?10
Its their face, not mine. If they want to alter it to look ridiculous or gorgeous, that’s up to them. Their money, their face.
But I don’t think it should be encouraged, people should still love themselves. But if they don’t, and they want to change themselves, at the end of the day it is up to them.10
I don't think it's normal and you should learn to love yourself but you want to fix your nose or chin for example then yes. I'm against lip and breast augmentation32
I don't see anything wrong with that. There is no limit to perfection. But personally I prefer effective non-surgical procedures instead. I heard many positive reviews about beauty clinic here in NYC. Want to make non suggical eye lift there in the near future. Luckily they have affordable prices.10
I would never get one. I hate the idea of being cut open and physically altered.
If someone else gets one I don't like it, cause I don't like the idea of them doing that either. But if they're okay with it then I don't judge them for it. I just don't like it.10
I think that choosing to get plastic surgery for cosmetics is pretty ridiculous. Getting it for healing purposes or to fix things if perfectly fine, although I can't see myself doing it.40
There are so many ways to affect human development that its not necessary. Its usually not permanent and its very invasive with potential consequences. Why would I not judge people who are so reckless with their bodies? If it is necessary for a medical problem thats something else of course.10
Any alteration is fine when you are careful and have thought about for a considerable time. The more permanent, the more time is needed. You can outgrow colored hair, but not outgrow tattoos or breast implants10
I think the term you’re looking for is cosmetic surgery. And I say if it makes you happy, go for it. Life’s too short. Also, as someone who suffers from bdd, while it hasn't cured me nor made me 100% confident within myself, it has done wonders in improving my confidence. (Lip fillers). I’m definitely on pro-cosmetic surgery (as long as done in moderation)20
If it's done for all of the wrong reasons, yeah, I'm going to talk about it. But I don't like knowing people are ruining themselves over it.30
I don't understand why people are okay about braces but not plastic surgeries. In either case you're altering your body permanently in order to make it look better.40
Sometimes a person has really disadvantages that interfere with the psychological state and normal perception of themselves. BUT! It doesn't need to be done often and a lot otherwise you will look like an ugly doll, there are so many examples in the world. Look and think. Always a beautiful figure can be achieved through training.10
If you can alter this body-part without surgery (do squats... you should see my ass omg! or do contour (nose)... do it... if NOT, maybe you could consider plastic surgery if you've got the cash.10
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Have no problem with it - the only time I see it being an issue is when people take it so far it becomes body dysmorphia (Michael Jackson, Jocelyn Wildenstein etc).
I genuinely don’t see why some people see such an issue with it... being unattractive is hard. Even if you love yourself finding someone else to can be difficult- why shouldn’t they try to better their situation in order to have a more positive and fulfilling life? Other forms of physical transformation are acceptable like braces, dying hair, losing and gaining weight, push up bras, lasik, laser hair removal and skin rejuvenation - why not altering other aspects someone doesn’t feel comfortable with? It’s like people think others should be punished for their vanity by having to live with being unattractive.
I’d definitely have plastic surgery. I don’t feel anything I need it on yet, but if my boobs don’t bounce back in after breastfeeding I’d absolutely get a lift and a tummy tuck when I’m finished having children. I’d not be keen on implants but if my DD’s deflated down to an A cup then I’d throw them in too 🤷🏻♀️