Attention, women: The economy does not have to stop you from getting a boob job. I learned this sage lesson today through MyFreeImplants, a site that lets men contribute money to women’s boob jobs.
The website brings together women who want breast implants, but can’t afford them, and benefactors (mostly men) who fund to their buxom cause. Women post a bio that includes pictures and plastic surgery wishes. They then have access to live text/audio/video chat with other people in the community.
Benefactors, on the other hand, buy message credits or a monthly membership. They can send women direct donations, request videos or custom photos (they can even request outfits), chat, and revel in the boobulous masses.
The website explains the “best part” of the process:
And remember…the best part is seeing the newly transformed ladies after the surgery when they return to the website to post pictures of the results. You can take pride in knowing that you helped her improve her self esteem and self image!
Viewers can also see the girls express “real (post-op) emotions” via video.
The company business model–which culminates in women weeping in thanks for their new boobs–apparently works. The site is now in its fifth year. Adam Corolla said the owners are “doing the Lord’s work.” I say that despite peoples’ best efforts to advance certain causes, like acceptance of bodies and respect for women, the bottom line still applies. Sex sells.