take a look at this

take a look at this

elijah
elijah

February 28th, 2005, 8:42 am #1

i must warn you before you click on the following that this is a porn site. but i'd like you all to see it because this pic is more sad than erotic. if you look at what she did to her body and try to imagine her day-to-day life when she's not in a photo-shoot, it'll really make you think.

http://www.xxxlander.com/modellinks/chelsea_charms/

there's more on www.photoclubs.com


ps: nat, i understand if this needs to be removed because it's inappropriate.
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jaerke
jaerke

February 28th, 2005, 3:04 pm #2

Hi Elijah,
That is a really sad picture of a woman who won't ever be happier than before she had this done to her body. There sure is something wrong between her ears when she does something like this. The surgeon however should be imprisoned imho!

jaerke
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Geoff
Geoff

February 28th, 2005, 4:14 pm #3

i must warn you before you click on the following that this is a porn site. but i'd like you all to see it because this pic is more sad than erotic. if you look at what she did to her body and try to imagine her day-to-day life when she's not in a photo-shoot, it'll really make you think.

http://www.xxxlander.com/modellinks/chelsea_charms/

there's more on www.photoclubs.com


ps: nat, i understand if this needs to be removed because it's inappropriate.
How does one respond to something like this? I mean, if she has a genetic anomalie that caused breast over-development like that, then that is not her fault and people should be understanding. If she has had them made that way, that was her decision, and probably serves some market niche in the adult entertainment industry, and since this is a breast freedom support area, we really shouldn't be judgemental about it. That would be kind of hypocritical. I doubt that anyone here hasn't seen a breast augmentation jog that didn't leave us feeling that it was a job botched badly, but it was that woman's choice, just as it is every womans choice to go brafree, and should be their choice to be able to go topfree where ever a man can. It is safe to say I have mixed emotions on it. From an aesthetics view, I find it unattractive.
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Sun-tanned member
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February 28th, 2005, 5:01 pm #4

That was well put. We may not always understand why people make certain decisions, however by offering our sympathy or negative commentary we are acknowledging that their decision is wrong or bad. We fight dilligently for others to accept our views and not hold them in a negative light. In that regard, we should offer Chelsea the same consideration even though we don't understand her motivations.
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Nat
Nat

February 28th, 2005, 6:51 pm #5

The motivation is money. These models and dancers make a lot of money with their boobs. In fact, the IRS even considers implants tax deductible if the person makes money exhibiting them.
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michaela
michaela

February 28th, 2005, 11:41 pm #6

i must warn you before you click on the following that this is a porn site. but i'd like you all to see it because this pic is more sad than erotic. if you look at what she did to her body and try to imagine her day-to-day life when she's not in a photo-shoot, it'll really make you think.

http://www.xxxlander.com/modellinks/chelsea_charms/

there's more on www.photoclubs.com


ps: nat, i understand if this needs to be removed because it's inappropriate.
I guess we know what you are doing when you are not at BFF now. Boo...porn IS bad.
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elijah
elijah

March 1st, 2005, 6:03 pm #7

The motivation is money. These models and dancers make a lot of money with their boobs. In fact, the IRS even considers implants tax deductible if the person makes money exhibiting them.
it makes you wonder on how much she needed the money to be as uncomfortable 24 hrs a day. from her pics, it doesn't look like she can go long without holding her breast up with her hands, probably do to strain on her chest ligaments or back pain. she probably can't eat, sleep, or go to the supermarket like most of us cause her breast are so huge.
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elijah
elijah

March 1st, 2005, 6:15 pm #8

I guess we know what you are doing when you are not at BFF now. Boo...porn IS bad.
i should have seen that coming.

i don't like porn either. even though it provides jobs for women, i think it's bad for guys in that being sexually over-stimulated damages the body by changing certain chemical balance.

i'm not sure which one. i'm doing research on it. if anyone else can give me personal info or studies they read, about effects on mood, motivation, sex drive, the chemicals involved, etc, we guys can learn something about ourselves. women's experience with men on this topic would also be helpful.
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michaela
michaela

March 1st, 2005, 11:23 pm #9

In case anyone is interested...As long as there continues to be money in porn for women and there continues to be a market, women will continue to allow themselves to be exploited because they don't want to have to work for shit wages at Wal-Mart and other such jobs, and so...as long as there is a porn industry women will never be thought of as equal and never be taken seriously, ever. They will always be thought of as entertainment for men and so don't even think of there ever being top free equal rights for women.

Men will get to take off their shirts when they are outside in the heat working or playing, and women will have to stay under wraps because men will never get their minds away from the sexualized breast. As long as the young guy I work with at the construction site continues to go to the "tittie Bars" as he calls them, he will get to take off his shirt everyday on the job site when the temperature rises, but I will not be able to because of how he thinks of women's breasts.

As long as men keep frequenting these types of clubs and visiting these types of websites there will always be money to be made in the industry for women and women will never be on equal footing with the men they work with. It will be a vicious circle that continues as long as men don't understand what porn is. Women are little more than animals to the men they are entertaining in the porn business. It is harmful in so many ways I am not even going to try to list the ways it hurts everyone.
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March 2nd, 2005, 3:14 am #10

I think we have to be careful condemning pornography without defining it. Most people feel nudity is pornography no matter whether it is in art or natural behavior such as a nursing mother letting her breast being shown. I don't know what a dictionary today says when it defines pornography. My dictionary dates me because it was published in the late 60's but it defines pornography as pictures or writings intended to cause sexual excitement. I thought it interesting that it equates writings with pictures. By this definition, romance novels that so many young girls read could be considered pornography. My youngest daughter as a teenager was always reading these. They give a young girl an unreal view of sex. What guy could live up to the characters in these books. Come to think of it maybe I should of kept her from reading these books because she has, at the age of 30, still not found a guy that measures up to her standards. Kind of like guys thinking all girls should look like the girls in Playboy or Maxim.
Incidently the definition of Pornography never stated that the pictures had to be nudes. Suggestive clothing could be considered pornographic back in the 60's as long as it was designed to excite one sexually.
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