It’s no secret that men enjoy an ample bosom. For decades, teenage boys and grown men alike have been plastering their bedroom walls and man caves with posters of perky-chested and taught-bottomed bathing beauties. But men aren’t the only ones perking up over an expanding bust line.
There’s a huge assumption that women make their cosmetic and plastic surgery decisions solely based upon the desires of their male counterparts. And we don’t see anything wrong with wanting to fulfill your partner’s fantasies. But let’s not get our bra straps twisted; boobs aren’t just for men and their gratification.
According to an online survey conducted by RealSelf.com, one of the largest online communities and forums discussing all things related to cosmetic surgeries, women who received breast enlargements reported a better sex life 18 months following surgery.
According to the poll data reported on the RealSelf website:
- “61% of women claimed they had sex more frequently after their breast plastic surgery, while only 7% claimed to have fewer sexual encounters”
- “On a scale of one to ten (one being the least satisfying), participants experienced more than a two-point increase in overall sex life satisfaction—the average pre-procedure sex life satisfaction score was a 6.07, and the average post-procedure sex life scored jumped to an 8.13”
- “70% out of respondents said their overall sex life satisfaction improved after the procedure, with 28% of patients noting their sex life went up by four points or more based on the one to ten scales”
So what exactly do all these numbers mean? Dr. David Reath, chair of the public education committee of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) reports, “…[I]n areas of both sexual satisfaction and sexual arousal, there were significantly increased feelings.” In other words, 35 out of the 45 women surveyed claimed they achieved orgasms more quickly, the satisfaction of which was better than before, and were overall more easily aroused.
And it’s easy to deduce why these voluptuous vixens are feeling more saucy post-op. Successful surgeries leave patients with greater confidence and less social and sexual anxiety. Dr. Reath continues, “I think that the female breast is a very important part of a woman’s body, in terms of how a woman feels about herself in public, how her clothes fit and how she feels about herself sexually.
It’s very common for a woman post-surgery to say she feels more confident, that her outward body now fits her inward persona.” Dr. Matthew Baker, M.D. of The Baker Center for Plastic Surgery expounds on this by stating that the benefits of undergoing breast augmentation are not only fuller and more youthful-looking breasts but also better self-esteem and more energy. Both of which result in improved interpersonal relationships, wanting to exercise and live a healthier lifestyle, and loving life more as a whole.
All of a sudden the part of your body that has always made you feel self-conscious is now something you can be proud of, and dare we say, even flaunt.
So whether you’re getting a breast enlargement, reduction, lift, or any other type of body enhancement, be prepared to receive lots of compliments and plenty of bedroom action following your surgery. You’re sure to attract lots of attention with your killer curves and your infection self-confidence.