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Website Offers to Help Women Raise Money for Breast Enhancement

Women desperate to raise the profile of their breasts, can breathe easy now. They can raise cash for the much desired cosmetic surgery by simply uploading their photographs .

Visit www.myFreeimplants.com, set up a profile, upload your photos and then go on to interact with other members.

Once you have uploaded their personal details, hair, eye colour and the like, you can have a one-on-one chat online with benefactors and sell them "personal items or gifts and more..."

Who knows sooner than later, you will come upon someone who can help you realize your dreams of the right sized breasts.

And what is in it for the benefactors? Well, as members of the MyFreeImplants website, they have direct access to contact the many girls that are seeking help in achieving the physical appearance that they have long desired.

Clearly the whole thing is loaded and repulsive.

British cosmetic surgeons have denounced the pose-and-procure strategy as both unsafe and degrading.

Myfreeimplants claims any woman over 18 is eligible to join for surgery.

The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) says this is frightening and potentially dangerous.

It is urging women not to use the service, after learning of UK women who have joined the US website.

One British woman listed on the website who calls herself Morgan claims to have raised 3,700 from benefactors for her E-cup surgery.

Consultant plastic surgeon and BAAPS President Douglas McGeorge said: "This is a wholly inappropriate way to proceed with what should be a serious decision made by a fully informed patient.

"The site's promise that there are 'no right or wrong' cases is frightening - clearly there is no proper medical assessment of candidates which, at best, could lead to disappointment, and at worst, to someone's health being endangered."

Adam Searle, consultant plastic surgeon and former president of the BAAPS, said: "This is really quite shocking. The invitation for women to post suggestive photos, sell personal items and chat with strangers over the Internet in exchange for a breast augmentation is just plain degrading."

The site claims - MyFreeImplants.com is the first website of its kind to harness the global power of the Internet to service the unique needs and desires of its members.

MyFreeImplants is a web-based service in which our clients and members play an active role in its day to day operations. Women come to us with the desire to enhance their physical appearance through cosmetic surgery. Our most common request, and thus our name, is breast implants. However, we do have relationships with a variety of cosmetic surgeons and often provide our female clientele with other cosmetic surgeries at no cost.

We are dedicated to providing women, of all legal ages, with the opportunity to boost their self esteem & enhance their physical appearance through cosmetic surgery at no cost. While we at MyFreeImplants do not believe that physical beauty is all there is to a person, we do firmly believe that those with confidence in themselves and their appearance are more likely to be happy and content in their everyday lives. Please, let us help you to become all that you are capable of. Change your life for the better, one step at a time.

Disapproval notwithstanding, the site is said to be attracting more and more members.


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