A Crazy Obsession!!

by Francis Marino on June 16, 2013 - 4:49pm

 

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2228020/Lacey-Wildd-L-cup-breasts-Mother-6-wants-biggest-breasts-world.html

In the article found in the link above, a 44-year-old mom and her desire to increase her breast size once again is described. This article really interested me because it describes a family where the kids are being embarrassed as well as endangered due to a mom’s extreme desires and selfishness. In this article Lacey Wildd already has 21-pound breasts and has the desire to keep on increasing their size until a new world record is reached.  Her extremely embarrassed children are desperately trying to put a stop to this and are extremely concerned about her health.  

Lacey is planning to go through with another procedure, within the next year, to increase her breast size to a MMM cup.  While putting her family at risk, Lacey claims that her breasts are her pay check and she is doing this for the welfare of her children. Is this the right way to make a living for your family?

I will argue that even though Lacey might be successfully providing for her family, this is not the right way to do it. By consistently increasing the size of her breasts Lacey is risking her own death and also providing a constant embarrassment for her children. As stated in the article, this size breast is unnatural and can eventually kill her. Since she is a single mother, her death would mean her kids would be left alone. I will argue that putting your life and your kids’ future at risk is not worth the pay check that is generated by her breasts.  There are many other ways to make money in this world without risking your life and embarrassing your children. While she is trying to make money with her breasts, her children constantly have to live in the spotlight that her mother attracts. Everywhere they go there will be people constantly staring or asking for pictures. If Lacey decided to have kids then I believe it is her responsibility to take care of them in a more discrete way. By going through with another procedure, she is putting her own and her childrens’ lives at an even greater risk.

On the opposing side, some people might say that she is free to do whatever she desires. It is truly her right to do whatever she wants even if it were to harm her own family. A person’s freedom is a universal right and cannot be fought against. It can be said that she must also do what makes her happy in life and right now a breast size increase is it. Though it might not benefit anyone around her, it is her freedom that gives her the right to go through with this procedure. Though freedom might be a reason to agree with what Lacey is doing, I believe that she should put her family and her life first.

Should law enforcement intervene to put a stop to Lacey Wildd’s obsession?   

Comments

I for one am for reasonable and responsible cosmetic surgery. No one in life is perfect, yet we are often faced with images of ideal models and figures in which we would all like to replicate. In my opinion, this pressure to be beautiful and perfect is immense on girls. And being one I understand what it is to feel insecure about different body areas regardless of what others think. Ultimately, this is what interests to me to such as topic. I do agree that cosmetic surgery has its downsides such as the procedure going wrong, health risk and of course addiction, But I do not agree that the government should implement restrictions on people looking into cosmetic surgery but rather the government should tighten the laws on the practices in which these Surgeons exercise. Yes, Lacey Wild does show signs of obsession but her surgeon has agreed to complete the surgery which is utterly wrong considering he and other doctors are fully aware of the consequences involved with such an extreme procedure. In reality, Surgeons play a major role in the decision of what work needs to be done. We mustn’t forget that a doctors practice is still a business that needs to generate revenue and like every entrepreneur they want to bring in the maximum amount of profit, and to do so, they must convince their client to spend more money. How do they do this, by pointing out other defaults that can be fixed along with suggesting higher risk procedure that will cost more money. This to me should be moderated in lieu of targeting victims of plastic surgery. More over I think that women are often sexually exfoliated in the media and what we can understand from that is that sex sells. So in a society where jobs are scarce and the economy is weak people need to generate funds in whatever manner they can and for women is happens to be with their sexuality . I don’t think the story would be as intense had the women not have kids, but I sincerely believe that her kids do not have her best interest at heart either but rather their reputation in mind, which is as selfish as the mother’s actions (I guess it’s true, apples don’t fall far from the tree). Frankly it is inappropriate to sell sex as a income, and her in case it’s not even the health risks involved but rather the negative influence that is placed on the mind of her younger children. It teaches others that in life if all else fail, sell your body, which is definitely not a message we want to send across. Nevertheless, I don’t think its right that we target the mother as being the source of the problem, when clearly she needs some psychological therapy and thousands of other people support her idea and are even donating money for her surgery. Lastly, Lacey Wildd and her daughter where featured on the Dr.Phil show, where her daughter clearly states that at that yes at times when people are looking she does get embarrassed but that she loves her mother and respects the choices she makes even if that’s not how she would go about it. So is it fair to say that it is a wrong way to make a living like that even though her family does somewhat approve of it? Below is the link of there Dr. Phil interview, unfortunately I could not find one with better quality.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4SZbWR_sAM

I for one am for reasonable and responsible cosmetic surgery. No one in life is perfect, yet we are often faced with images of ideal models and figures in which we would all like to replicate. In my opinion, this pressure to be beautiful and perfect is immense on girls. And being one I understand what it is to feel insecure about different body areas regardless of what others think. Ultimately, this is what interests to me to such as topic. I do agree that cosmetic surgery has its downsides such as the procedure going wrong, health risk and of course addiction, But I do not agree that the government should implement restrictions on people looking into cosmetic surgery but rather the government should tighten the laws on the practices in which these Surgeons exercise. Yes, Lacey Wild does show signs of obsession but her surgeon has agreed to complete the surgery which is utterly wrong considering he and other doctors are fully aware of the consequences involved with such an extreme procedure. In reality, Surgeons play a major role in the decision of what work needs to be done. We mustn’t forget that a doctors practice is still a business that needs to generate revenue and like every entrepreneur they want to bring in the maximum amount of profit, and to do so, they must convince their client to spend more money. How do they do this, by pointing out other defaults that can be fixed along with suggesting higher risk procedure that will cost more money. This to me should be moderated in lieu of targeting victims of plastic surgery. More over I think that women are often sexually exfoliated in the media and what we can understand from that is that sex sells. So in a society where jobs are scarce and the economy is weak people need to generate funds in whatever manner they can and for women is happens to be with their sexuality . I don’t think the story would be as intense had the women not have kids, but I sincerely believe that her kids do not have her best interest at heart either but rather their reputation in mind, which is as selfish as the mother’s actions (I guess it’s true, apples don’t fall far from the tree). Frankly it is inappropriate to sell sex as a income, and her in case it’s not even the health risks involved but rather the negative influence that is placed on the mind of her younger children. It teaches others that in life if all else fail, sell your body, which is definitely not a message we want to send across. Nevertheless, I don’t think its right that we target the mother as being the source of the problem, when clearly she needs some psychological therapy and thousands of other people support her idea and are even donating money for her surgery. Lastly, Lacey Wildd and her daughter where featured on the Dr.Phil show, where her daughter clearly states that at that yes at times when people are looking she does get embarrassed but that she loves her mother and respects the choices she makes even if that’s not how she would go about it. So is it fair to say that it is a wrong way to make a living like that even though her family does somewhat approve of it? Below is the link of there Dr. Phil interview, unfortunately I could not find one with better quality.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4SZbWR_sAM

I for one am for reasonable and responsible cosmetic surgery. No one in life is perfect, yet we are often faced with images of ideal models and figures in which we would all like to replicate. In my opinion, this pressure to be beautiful and perfect is immense on girls. And being one I understand what it is to feel insecure about different body areas regardless of what others think. Ultimately, this is what interests to me to such as topic. I do agree that cosmetic surgery has its downsides such as the procedure going wrong, health risk and of course addiction, But I do not agree that the government should implement restrictions on people looking into cosmetic surgery but rather the government should tighten the laws on the practices in which these Surgeons exercise. Yes, Lacey Wild does show signs of obsession but her surgeon has agreed to complete the surgery which is utterly wrong considering he and other doctors are fully aware of the consequences involved with such an extreme procedure. In reality, Surgeons play a major role in the decision of what work needs to be done. We mustn’t forget that a doctors practice is still a business that needs to generate revenue and like every entrepreneur they want to bring in the maximum amount of profit, and to do so, they must convince their client to spend more money. How do they do this, by pointing out other defaults that can be fixed along with suggesting higher risk procedure that will cost more money. This to me should be moderated in lieu of targeting victims of plastic surgery. More over I think that women are often sexually exfoliated in the media and what we can understand from that is that sex sells. So in a society where jobs are scarce and the economy is weak people need to generate funds in whatever manner they can and for women is happens to be with their sexuality . I don’t think the story would be as intense had the women not have kids, but I sincerely believe that her kids do not have her best interest at heart either but rather their reputation in mind, which is as selfish as the mother’s actions (I guess it’s true, apples don’t fall far from the tree). Frankly it is inappropriate to sell sex as a income, and her in case it’s not even the health risks involved but rather the negative influence that is placed on the mind of her younger children. It teaches others that in life if all else fail, sell your body, which is definitely not a message we want to send across. Nevertheless, I don’t think its right that we target the mother as being the source of the problem, when clearly she needs some psychological therapy and thousands of other people support her idea and are even donating money for her surgery. Lastly, Lacey Wildd and her daughter where featured on the Dr.Phil show, where her daughter clearly states that yes at times when people are looking she does get embarrassed but that she loves her mother and respects the choices she makes even if that’s not how she would go about it. So is it fair to say that it is a wrong way to make a living like that even though her family does somewhat approve of it? Below is the link of there Dr. Phil interview, unfortunately I could not find one with better quality.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4SZbWR_sAM

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