Can be confused with plastic surgery but I beg to differ.
OK, for corrective surgery something is wrong and needs to be corrected but couldn't that be said for someone that wishes they had bigger boobs?
To each their own, I'm not having a go at anyone for choices they make. Hell, I made mine at 14. I had a pigeon chest partially corrected. The sturnum protruded out like a boob in the middle of my chest and it was prominent. I lived the beach and boogie board. When I left the water I had a massive angry rash everywhere on that bone in the centre of my chest. A shirt only his it from drawing attention and did nothing to prevent it. It hurt and was very painful.
I couldn't lay on the cement on my belly without rocking and the pressure of that bone pushing in was unbearable at times.
The teasing was out of control and I would walk around slumped to try and conceal the dam thing.
I had enough,spoke with my mother and made it happen. A year of pain and discomfort and it made a hell of a difference with my confidence and activities.
Sure, I have a huge scar down my chest but that is nothing but a reminder of the positive step I took to change something that was physically and emotionally affecting me.
Half of my chest needed to be corrected but I declined,unfortunately that side test against my heart which has my heart in a strange kind if place. Apparently CPR should only be done on me as you would a child as my heart is right on my rib cage.
So,summing up. Its a bold move to make to change anything and sometimes people have reasons they may never tell anyone in their lives. When I feel I am being critical I remind myself what I had to do and tell myself "do not be a hypocrite mate".