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I can’t get over this story: A fourteen-year-old girl’s mother wants her to get breast implants! It seems that this U.K. mother wants all of her daughters to look scaggy; after all, her and four of her daughters have had implants (ranging from DD to HH), and now, she wants to pass the family tradition on to her young daughter, Britney.
Britney is only fourteen, and has dreams of being the first in her family to go to a university. But mother Chantal has other plans. "At the moment she doesn’t really have what I would say are boobs,” she says of her young daughter. “But I’d like her to follow in her sisters’ footsteps ... I really love the fake look of my girls," Chantal said. "And I know Britney will go that way when she's a bit older." What is going on here? Isn’t this the kind of body crisis women across the globe have been fighting to stop? (As a side note, Chantal is a certified psychic – so a few answers to her psychosis may lie within.)
But in all seriousness, this kind of behavior is ridiculous! Mothers should be nurturing and caring, not off-kilter and disturbed! There is no reason for a fourteen year old girl to want, get, or need breast implants – much less for her mother to be encouraging her to get them. I truly don’t see anything wrong with the surgery when you’re much older, but Britney is a gorgeous girl and needn’t follow in her mother’s footsteps if she doesn’t want to. I firmly believe that all women should make their own decisions, and there’s no question about making them when they concern one’s own body.
Even though Britney says she doesn’t want to get breast implants, her mom states that, “Britney is going through a funny phase at the moment and saying she doesn’t want to get her boobs done.”
But the young girl isn’t having any of it. “I’m too young to be thinking about having a boob job – I just want to work hard at school,” she says.
I think we’re all hoping that this young girl stays strong in her beliefs and won’t give in to her mother’s obscene desires. She’s beautiful just as she is! Let this serve as a lesson to all women, though – sexual objectification doesn’t always come solely from men.