Similar reasoning, but in the opposite direction, applies to the industry of breast implants (breast augmentation surgery). The thinner women are, the more readily they can be persuaded to get breast augmentation. The PS industry is actually very huge, very large, and very influential, with major tendrils into media of all sorts. People wonder why media is so hung up on skinny beauty ideals, and one of the answers is that the more skinny women there are, and the closer they come to anorexia, the greater the size of the demographic that feeds the breast augmentation industry.
That is why the topic of anorexia has become associated with that of breast implants. I have to admit that as well, but I’m several rather well-endowed women’s list of “People To Whom We Admit The Unpleasant Physical Stuff” and without fail, every one of them complains of back and shoulder pain.
I’ve learned some important things:
1. The knowledge of how to give a good backrub is as good as currency with many ladies (large breasted or small).
2. When in a sexual situation, NEVER, EVER immediately latch onto the breasts or use them as though they were video games, pool toys, or pacifiers.
3. Find other interesting places to START your sexual activity, and make the breasts part of, so to speak, “a well-balanced breakfast….” My lovely wife is one of the women able to achieve orgasm through nipple stimulation only, but that doesn’t mean I do it every time, or always start there…> Maraud. Besides, he has a feeling that most women consider breasts the way most men consider the uvula… It’s there, it has it’s function, and you’re not sure you’d miss it, but you don’t really care to find out.