Science Says: Breast Implants Improve Women's Sex Lives
Women say, "Uh, really?"
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But hold up. Let's think about this for a second. "When we have exerted a great effort, spent a great deal of money and effort and time on something, we tend to justify that effort," said Tomi-Ann Roberts, a distinguished professor of psychology at Colorado College. "Our good feeling is increased because of the effort, not the thing itself." It's also important to note that the increased sexual benefit was also contingent upon not experiencing postsurgical stretch marks, which is a harsh reality for many women.
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Naturally, plastic surgeons are falling all over themselves over the news. "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," said Dr. David Reath, chair of the public education committee of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). "It's very common for a woman post-surgery to say she feels more confident, that her outward body now fits her inward persona." [Health Day]