This project was borne out of the revelation of how prevalent breast augmentation has become and the realization that breast implants can have serious, irreversible consequences. We live in a culture where the message is that we are never enough. Women are bombarded with media imaging, all digitally manipulated and contrived to give us the message that unless we look like that we fall short.
The messaging feeds into the wounds of our youth that we’ve internalized. We then ‘evidence as truth’ every image and message that suggests there is a standard of beauty that we will *never* hold up to. We live our lives self-rejecting.
What I’ve learned since discovering my implants were ruptured both angers me and breaks my heart.
I’ve seen many ‘before’ explant and ‘after’ explant photos and I can say with full honesty that ALL of the implanted breasts look fake and not one looks better then the ‘after’ natural breast. Hands-down no contest! I’d see photos of explanted women and think, ‘oh, sweetie, you didn’t like those breasts!’ I realized that it’s not really about what we look like on the outside, it’s all about what we believe about ourselves on the inside.
Bigger is not better when it’s because a woman has implanted a toxic plastic bag that from the moment of implant has already irreparably altered her chest wall internally and her body will immediately and continually work to reject as long as it’s inside her.
For a time in the 1990’s breast implants were banned. In 2006 the FDA/Health Canada conditionally approved silicone breast implants, with one condition being that a 10-yr follow-up study be done. This means that EVERY SINGLE WOMAN who is implanted between 2006 – 2016 is a GUINEA PIG! They are being implanted with devices they’re led to believe are ‘safe’, when in fact they’re part of a study to determine IF breast implants are ‘safe’.
I’ve met implanted women globally, most of whom have become ill from their implants. It’s such a senseless way to lose one’s health.
It all seems so insane to me! I thought, ‘What if we just loved ourselves? What if we celebrated our breasts instead of rejecting them?’ How would THAT change our lives and our world!
It is my wish that this project will inspire women globally. When we reject ourselves we cannot possible be in our power. Think of what women can do once we individually and collectively reclaim our personal power and self-worth!
If you would like to join my project please contact me for more information! Please CELEBRATE YOUR BREASTS!