Pure fakery

By Miss Kes

Thursday, March 22, 2018

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Everywhere you turn, there are advertisements with products promising to boost you up where nature didn't, and with the increasing popularity of cosmetic surgery, more women are going under the knife as they seek perfection.

While many women say they seek boosters and enhancements to up their morale, others admit that it's all in the quest to keep, or solicit the attention of men, who, in popular media, are said to prefer bigger and better.

But are real men really craving the new women created after enhancements? Why do women do it?

Two men and two women weigh in below.


I love my woman looking extremely sexy and gorgeous and if she has to pay for it, I will give her the money. Not everyone was born to look [good] so just like how women wear weave, why not wear some silicone?


I am not sure where women got the idea that men love and crave fake bodies. I don't. My wife is naturally beautiful and she doesn't have a big butt or breasts or got her nose straightened, nor did she move fat from one part of her body to somewhere else. It is crazy and these women need to be careful because what these surgeons won't tell you is that there are some serious risks.


I have had work done on my body and to be honest, I got more attention and more money afterwards. I am now an Instagram model raking in lots of cash by the minute. Some women bash it simply because they cannot afford it, but if they could, more would, and I see nothing wrong with that. Women just want to look sexy.


I don't see how a man can love a woman who is fake through and through. I'm not hating, I am just saying that if her body is fake, her personality is probably jacked up. Only an insecure woman does things like this and to be honest, I don't know how some of you women are going to face God.




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