I’ve got some stuff to shoot this afternoon but in the meantime I am waiting for some of the “lines” from the clothes I was wearing earlier to go away, so I decided to post another boob/scar update photo! Removing my breast implants is still 110% the best decision I've ever made. I feel SO MUCH BETTER and healthier, I get harassed and objectified way less often both IRL & online, I can post all kinds of photos and not have so many comments just calling me "sexy"... the funniest/saddest part are the people who say I'm really coming into my own and finding my voice, presumably because they never bothered before to read what I wrote 😂😫😂 hahaha. There was a LOT I didn’t know about implants before getting them, or even until I was looking into removing them - one of these things is that the implants, if they’re under the muscle (which is the way to make them look the most “natural”) actually wear away at the chest wall over time. If you look closely at my right side (left in this photo) you can see I still have an implant-shaped divot in the cartilage and whatnot over my ribs. It will likely be there forever, you can only see it sometimes. I like making people uncomfortable so I often tell my friends to feel the indentation, which is now under my boob by quite some distance, and they’re always weirded out. My scars are healing fine but I’m going to @waveplasticsurgery to begin a scar care regimen this week, including Kenalog injections to prevent buildup of painful scar tissue around my incision sites. I had to have Kenalog for my scarring after I got implants, and it’s basically the worst getting injected into your scar tissue haha I’m going to be documenting the whole experience to post on YouTube so you guys can watch, learn, and laugh at me. If you have any questions about why I removed my implants or why my scars look like this (because so many people haven’t ever heard of a #mastopexy and assume my doctor just filleted my chest to remove my implants for for funsies) you can check out http://bit.do/ByeByeBoobs - I explain it all there! #explant #breastimplants #update
Loft life, captured by @alyshanett - I am so grateful for this space, really just everything about how much opportunity I've had to grow & change this past year... and of course I'm so happy I get to share my adventures with all of you, give yourselves a high 5 from me for being so awesome. I can't wait to see what 2017 brings! It's coming up fast! 👻💀💩🎉
La modelo quizo enviar un saludo de Navidad de una manera un tanto peculiar, mueve sus senos al ritmo de “Jingle Bells”, o como ella misma dice “Jingle Boobs”.
Con más de 27 millones de vistas, Sara alcanzó la fama; sin embago, este año sorprendió con una noticia que dejó a sus seguidores un poco decepcionados.
La estadounidense se operó los pechos para extirparse los implantes que había colocado en su juventud debido al acoso del que era víctima en las calles.
Tras descubrir su talento se volvió bloguera de YouTube y sus videos van desde interpretaciones de Mozart hasta esta canción navideña.
“Quitar mis implantes mamarios sigue siendo al 110% la mejor decisión que he tomado. Me siento mucho mejor y más saludable, me han acosado con menos frecuencia, puedo publicar todo tipo de fotos y no tener tantos comentarios, sólo me llaman ‘sexy’“, escribió en una de sus fotografías más recientes.