It is amazing, the things that women will resort to in order to know how to get bigger boobs. From the Thailand Breast Slap to the Wonder Bra, hardly a decade goes by when you don’t see someone, somewhere explaining a new technique for increasing their breast size. Mega boobs
So why is it that having big breasts are such an important thing for so many women? There are some who say that it is simply a reaction to societal conditioning; after all during the 1920’s big boobs were considered a liability, not an asset, and women with large breasts would actually bind them as flat as they could to achieve the flapper image that was so popular. But the truth is that in spite of changing fashion fads, the concept of breast size goes far deeper than societal conditioning.
Breasts have long been associated, biologically, with one’s ability to bear and nurture healthy children. The larger the breasts the better a woman is seen as being able to be a better mother. Of course medical advancements have shown that this is not true, but the impression has been so deeply ingrained in the human mind, that it is now a part of human nature for the male brain to see a woman with bigger breasts as more desirable than a woman with smaller breasts, even though they may logically have no reason for preferring one size over another.
Women are not immune to this knowledge, and so it is that a diminutive breast size has come to be seen as a liability; hence the great lengths to which women will go in order to increase their boob size.
If you are a woman with smaller breasts, chances are that you have at least considered the various options available for how to get bigger boobs, and if you’ve done your homework you’ve found out that the quickest way to do this is through surgery. There’s just one problem, who really wants to deal with the risks and costs associated with breast enhancement surgery?
Surgery can be a risky and costly business even when surgery is needed for health and well-being. But to take the chances of complications and pay the price for an optional cosmetic surgery is a real turn off for many women, and so it is that they look to more natural forms of breast enhancement.