Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?

Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?
Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?
Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?
Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?
Do you think plastic surgery is false advertising?
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Chinese man sues wife for being ugly, wins $120,000
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this is also a separate question i made for the girls
Girls how would you feel if you found out your boyfriend had cosmetic surgery done? ↗
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I am mostly thinking its false advertising if you want to have children with them. Like your kids will be asking why they dont look like their mother or father or they will be asking why dont have a small nose and things like that

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  • No. I take the position that ethically enhancements are okay and good.

    The alternative is a harsh reality and life where people are ostracized and ultimately their gene pools die off.

    Plus, enhancement is natural. It is he goal of every human being to become the best version of themselves. One could argue that education and school — something everyone takes for granted— is actually a form of enhancement; plastic surgery for your brain so to speak.

    Same with exercising, eating healthy and going to the gym. Those are all enchantments as well.

    Carried out to the logical extreme, an anti-enhancement position would necessitate essentially much of obese America, where only genetically gifted individuals would remain someone fit and in decent shape — though far below their maximum potential— and only child prodigies would have any sort of education, also below their potential.

    It seems to me that at the very least, humans are naturally designed to exist on a sliding scale of achievement. There is no point it which someone is ‘real’ and then becomes ‘fake.’ There is only what you have achieved in your lifespan.

    Therefore, I believe in genetic engineering, plastic surgery, education and health and fitness. I am pro operations that decrease risk of disease, enhance athletic strength and ability, enhance fertility, enhance visual sexual attractiveness and intelligence enhancing pharmaceuticals.

    Why limit ourselves? So yeah, is plastic surgery false advertising? Not really. What’s before you is who that person currently is.

    Even if they were not born with those features, they managed to attain them none the less in other ways. The means to receive treatment carry their own inherent value. Surgeries are expensive, and so to be able to have these operations done is a sign of success in other ways. So, I say it’s not false advertisement because it signals achievement regardless of how.

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  • You know, I’ve kind of changed my views slightly on plastic surgery. I used to be against it and thought that it was a bad thing for the person’s mental well-being for the long run. I still think there are better ways of being secure and more okay with yourself beyond getting plastic surgery though, so on this account I haven’t changed too much. The aspect that I’ve changed on this always labeling this a bad thing. Now, perhaps the doctors and industry of plastic surgery exaggerate their abilities and encourage people to get surgery through manipulation of these people’s insecurities and “defects.” I can empathize and understand the man or woman who just wants to look better and can’t seem to find any other way of making themselves feel happy. In this age of society, we are told various things to make us feel inadequate and we don’t have control over how we react to these things or how much and young we’re exposed to them. Some people have the luck that they never learn or get exposed to these things because of their culture, society, or country. If someone wants to be happy going out and looking in the mirror, I can’t morally be against this person wanting to get some surgery to improve themselves on this account.

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      yes i totally agree! but as much as i want to say its ok i still feel like its false advertising lol mostly because your children won't inherit those attributes of plastic surgery

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      Yeah, I do think it is false advertising

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  • It’s not false advertising. But you should always go to a reputable plastic surgeon. Especially one that has experience in what you want done. It’s not a bad thing. It just makes people happy about themselves. There will be judgmental people. But those are the wrong people to be around. To expect things to be the way you want it. When you should let others be themselves. To quote, “You can pick your nose. But you can’t pick someone else’s” yes picking boogers from noses. But it refers to. You can pick how you will be. But ultimately you can’t control others. You can’t tell someone to be happy with the way they look. Plastic surgery helps those people gain something they don’t have.

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      yes i agree and i think its fine to do that but at the same time i think their children will not get any of those characteristics from those surgeries

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      that is very true... with medical technology advancing at a great rate many things will become possible in the future

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      Exactly.

  • If you want the genuine natural genetics of her physical traits- then yes it's false advertising.

    If you want to enjoy the visual appeal and expect it to remain- yes, also false advertising. ((The texture, wherever she got the plastic surgery, will harden, but she will visually remain contoured... Unless she can't afford the upkeep. Sometimes along with the upkeep... a mess-up or excessive plastic surgery, later down the road, can really pinch up the face- permanently changing the entire structure of the face. It can also become an addiction.))

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  • No because false advertising means you don’t get what was promoted to you. If a girl is fake, it’s not like she will ever get back to her « before » state so she will always look the way she did when you met her.
    Heavy makeup and contouring is false advertising because you can take it off, necessarily will at a point and will most likely be disappointed at what’s underneath. Same for push up bras !

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      The children will be affected though lol. and i actually dont mind makeup because it just enhances what they already have and is not an extreme change.

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      And make up can change you a lot but only temporarily. I’m considering having a nose job because I want my nose to change for good, I hate it and I don’t want it to be an illusion but the real deal.

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      i know that but what i am saying is contouring has limits

  • 'False advertising' what a dodgy phrase to use in this case. If you're actively discussing having kids it might be a consideration sure, but people are gonna present themselves however they feel most confident. Something like this isn't actively trying to mislead others.

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      how would you feel after dating a girl for a couple of months you found out it was trans girl that had plastic surgery done?

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      you feel betrayed because they hide it right or they didn't tell you?

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      Because they didn't tell me earlier on. If they feel more comfortable with surgery or makeup or whatever then more power to 'em.

  • Yes. Its bot you, its a you that you created using moderen teconology. wasn't there a thing, were a man married a beautiful women and was pissed when they had kids who turned out ugly, because she actually got a lot of surgery to get prettier?

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  • It has nothing to do with false advertising, unless you only see your partner as some kind of breeding machine which is pretty damn bizarre and questionable to begin with.

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  • No it's not false advertising.
    It does have two categories though.
    Plastic surgery that is needed (breast reduction for bad back or removal of growths) or for real imperfections that hinder you (cleft pallet, bumps and growths) are just that, they're normal logical reasons.
    Plastic surgery for fake tits or a bigger ass are not needed and give exactly what is advertised, someone who is fake.

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      plastic is used in breast reduction?

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      The definition of plastic surgery is:
      "the process of reconstructing or repairing parts of the body by the transfer of tissue, either in the treatment of injury or for cosmetic reasons"
      So yes, plastic surgery is used. The name however doesn't mean actual plastic is used.

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      that makes sense

  • No. Thats how they really are. Its not like photoshop where they look different irl. If they get 32DD boobs, they actually have 32DD boobs

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      but the children won't get those benefits lol

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      Yeahh but that doesn't really matter. Nobody is 100% happy with their body. Even pretty prople have kids who aren't

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      that is true

  • Yes in a sense, there was a man who had sued his wive because of that.

    kdvr.com/2012/10/26/chinese-man-sues-wins-120000/

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      holy shit hahaha omg 🤣🤣🤣🤣 wow i am speechless from this article

  • Unless it is a catfish situation, it's none of your business if someone has plastic surgery b4 you met them.

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      i dont see anything fake with those bodies though?

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      There is no need for digging for proof. Literally anyone who has ever had contact with real women (Or at least knows how anatomy and biology works) can see right away that Veronica Bielik is fake from head to toes

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      well to be fair that picture doesn't really show everything and those breasts are not unusually large they are like a C cup

  • How is it false advertising?
    It's not like the changes reverse once you "buy" the product.
    Girls stuffing their bra or guys their crotch, I get could be construed as false advertising. But plastic surgery is not that.

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      the children will disagree lol

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      it sounded plausible it has nothing to do with fact checking its just a scenario where something like that could occur.

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      @Xavixk also you still haven't answered me about what belief do you presume i have?

  • Yes and no, depends on what their partner think of it. Also corrective plastic surgery done for medical reason is generally acceptable. Extreme plastic surgery makeover, yes false advertisement but if his/her partner is okay with it then it shouldn't be a problem.

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  • From a biological and reproductive perspective, changing our apparience makes other people understand we have genes we don't actually have

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  • I'm not a fan of plastic surgery, but how is it false advertising? I mean, it's still the body itself. At least with makeup, you're covering up something.

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      because your children won't inherit any of those characteristics lol

  • Photo shopping is false advertising but plastic surgery really does change the way you look in real life so no.

    If you say a food is healthy because it has no sugar in it when it does have it, that's false advertising.

    If you say it's healthy because it has no sugar when it doesn't, you're telling the truth whether the food had no sugar in it originally or you removed it.

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  • It depends on what the reason for the plastic surgery is. If it's because they were in an accident and they 100 percent needed it then it's not. If it's just because they are bored and have to money to do it I'm fully against it.

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  • That suing story is actually false...
    https://youtu.be/7WMebV5qt3s

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  • Yes definitely i think women would be more humble if they didn't wear any and are natural like men all these women think they are queens they wouldn't think that if they took off their masks If you downvote you agree lol

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  • I think it feeds on the vulnerable. Everyone has something they don't necessarily like about themselves. To constantly be bombarded with the idea of instant change via plastic surgery just helps magnify that for weaker more susceptible people.

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  • Yes. human attraction is still very much instinctual and based on evolutionary and genetic needs. Surgical modification to increase desirability is a cheat. No matter how politically incorrect it is, we do chose our partners to be good " breeding machines" as someone said before.

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  • No maybe plastic surgery could necessary. Like a woman who gone through Breast Cancer some get implants just to feel like a woman again.

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      oh yea medical reasons are completely fine i am just talking about cosmetic ones

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      No cause sometimes it can be necessary for there mental.

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      that i dont buy lol you dont need bigger boobs for mental health lol

  • Not really, because that's how they'll look constantly and kids generally look better than their parents anyway so they won't be affected much. But there's also the fact that they were at some point insecure about one of their natural features so there's the question if will they just continue to change anything about themselves that they don't like...

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  • Yes, I think plastic surgery is false advertising. I because false advertising creates false viewers for false money.

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  • I mean if you're thinking of having children then yes because your original face could be passed down. However if not, does it really matter?

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  • Everyone is pretty much fake on the inside now a days whats it matter if they are also on the outside

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  • No, since they actually look like that once they've had surgery. It's not something they take off when they go to bed.

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  • You don’t need plastic surgery to give false advertising trust ne i’ve met plenty of women and you too probably who are falsely advertised in more ways then one especially in the personality sector.

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  • It entirely depends on the extent of the plastic surgery. Fixing up a few things here and there? No, that’s fine. Entirely changing your face like some secret agent? That’s vanity.

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  • I really despise the use of the term ”false advertising” when it comes to humans, as if picking a partner is the same as buying a new car or picking up groceries, and then not being happy with your purchase. It’s gross. And honestly if you like the way someone looks, who cares if they had work done? If you love them and your children unconditionally, it shouldn’t matter what they look like. I’ve also seen ugly people with beautiful children so it’s not even like they’re definitely going to have ugly children just because they used to look different 🙄

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  • No, unless you’ve completely reconstructed your face. Most people don’t do that.

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  • Personally, I'm against any ELECTIVE plastic or cosmetic surgery.
    I'm against tattoos, piercings, tooth whitening, skin bleaching, tribal scarring, and any kind of cosmetic surgery.

    If you have a saddle nose, cleft lip, orofacial necrotizing fasciitis, hemifacial microsomia, Treacher-Collins syndrome, tetracycline dental stains, scars from trauma... etc., then that's an exception, and it's OK to undergo a cosmetic procedure.

    If someone's excuse is, "my nose is too big" or "I want bigger calves", then no. Just, no.

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      I forgot to address the question:
      Yes, it is false advertising if you don't tell your significant other. In fact, even if you dye your hair, you need to inform your SO. And while I'm against elective cosmetic and plastic surgery, I'd assume underwent it, I think they need to inform their SO. Not optional!

  • Besides the fact that some people get it to correct some horrible disfigurement from a car crash or something, going overboard you have wonder what is wrong with their self esteem. Then there was is the case of being in your fertility years and passing some undesirable trait into offspring without the other parent being aware. I think there have been lawsuits in certain cultures. If the USA wasn’t so politically correct, we’d have those lawsuits here too. D get it to restore some of my youth and to look more dissimilar to a certain relative. I’m not hideous or anything that requires plastic surgery so I can’t judge other people for wanting it.

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  • there's loads of ugly people in the world that need it so... it makes the world a better place :)

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      You better start saving money for it because you really need it

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      @killer4212 I’m physically unflawed. There’s no way plastic surgery would benefit me lol. That’s for people with big noses, weird teeth, chins etc.

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      Beauty is subjective. One person may find you attractive, the other may not.

  • Why does it matter? If you see an attractive person, you should get to know them and their personality before deciding if you want them in your life.

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  • Not really, unlike a filter that person becomes whatever the surgery promises.

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  • No they are not unless you go for specialist not neurotic or wacky nerds..😅
    by the way DEADPOOL needs plastic surgery
    XD

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  • Basically they are, since it's not natural

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  • No because most plastic surgery is obvious so it can't be false. What you see is what you get.

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  • If I want to build a family with her, then yes. It's like painting over rust.

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  • Plastic surgery is often not permanent. The human beauty is heavily dependent upon posture. Posture is the position of the skeleton. This position is determined by the muscles. The strength and power needed for the muscles to keep the skeleton aligned in place (good posture) is determined by their function and frequent use through physical activity like working out. Ugliness in the biological sense is stunted growth, beauty is good growth. Surgery cannot fix posture, you must do that yourself through discipline and posture correction exercises. The bone mass according to the law of Wolfe remodels itself according to the load it bears. This means that your beauty is modestly dependent on lifestyle and other environmental factors. Beauty cannot be fixed by surgery, not permanently.

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  • It could be viewed that way. Times it does not turn out as expected.

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  • It advertises a personality trait and probably a scar, so a story to tell.

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  • They do it because they want big butt and ass breast. Natural is good.

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  • I think its actual change. Id say photoshop or some times makeup is in a way false advertising.

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  • No. That’s stupid.

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  • Yes your showing yourself as something your not.

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  • Is wearing clothing a false facade?

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      And check the local produce section. Carrot bags have narrow orange lines to boost the apparent color of the veggies. Potato bags containing Russets have thin brown lines to make spuds look more appetizing too. Flip the bags over to see the produce through an unprinted area. These are just two more examples of the false advertising that surrounds us each day. I’m not condoning it, just submitting that we shouldn’t be surprised.

  • Only if you want kids

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  • I think it's risky and a waste of money.

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  • Yeah and so is makeup.

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  • No, just vayne in general.

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