Josie Cunningam is all over the media for blaging a free boob job from the NHS then getting fame.
There are lots of victims of Josie Cummingam's behavior, we all have our own horror stories about the NHS, but I believe the biggest victim is Josie; and every other woman prepared to go through dangerous surgery to get what she wants. Once we married our handsome prince, then feminists fought so sisters could do it for themselves, what the hell went so wrong? Society values than our looks now young girls ask their doctor to be butchered on the operation table so they can get their dream man and dream job, a Barbie body to match a Barbie lifestyle. Barbie is made of plastic, she does't feel anything, her body is a fantasy, to get Barbie boobs in real life you take risks with your health, any fake boobs can leak causing havoc with your body, not a problem Barbie has, "Some victims of botched surgery claim that leaking implants have caused severe joint pains and fatigue, but there is no scientific evidence of this." At least Josie had her treatment on the NHS, but still there is a risk. I hope dreams of cash helped Josie through the pain after the operation, she did have her breasts cut open and stitched, this hurts, take it from a girl who had plastic boobs installed," surgeon told me I would have a heavy, tight feeling in my chest, and that lifting my arms up will be painful. Putting on and taking off the required sports bra you have to wear is also going to be painful. (My PS says to me, hopefully, “Do you have a high pain threshold?” I was like “Emmm, nope…”)" Sports bras, stitched up Frankenstein tits and pain doesn't sound glamorous to me.
This girl is a symptom of a sickness in our body obsessed, self centered world. Josie is ambitious, good on her. While little girls used to grow up with Cinderella Josie grew up with Jordon, a real life Barbie/Cinderella who got everything she wanted. She got her boobs out spilled some secrets and go told she was stunning,Josie slaving away in her telesales job, not an easy way to earn a modest income she thought "I'll have some of that". Add to this a body obsessed culture it's a toxic mix. How about passing some exams, being a good person, loving her family, no, she knew that wasn't worth as much money as her boobs and selling her silly little drama.Passing exams may well have not been a great option, 20% of graduates are unemployed compared to 7.9% of the population, maybe getting bog boobs are a better option for a girl these days. Magazines aren't full of women who do good things, they are full of women who look good and have dramas, look at the covers of magazines like "Closer" they are covered in female flesh, this is how you get famous. Even women who win medals Olympic athletes have their looks analysed endlessly just have a look at this,"Some of these sexy female athletes are feminine athletes, such as figure skaters, while others tough it out on the ice in hockey or on the slopes as talented skiers and athletes. Here is a look at some of the sexiest women in the 2010 Winter Olympics." The message is being sexy is as or more important than being good at what you do. We are told we are valued for selling our bodies and being plastic play things for men, that's where the cash and glory are. Josie will be a victim, for now she's being hated, but many of the press who they hate her pay her and give her the attention she craves. Soon the public will get bored of this silly girl and she'll have problems walking her yappy dogs down the street because people will detest her for a long time.
Until the world values women for what they do and not how they look and how many magazines we can sell there will be Josie's. She is our Frankenstein of the year, somebody to hate or lust over, we will throw her away as easily as an old Barbie doll. Somewhere there might be a human, beating heart, that heart will break, and she will be nothing but a victim and back in telesales.