This coming Saturday marks the 12th annual “Boob Aid”, a 24-hour charity event benefiting the Japan Foundation for AIDS prevention. A group of nine Japanese porn actresses are offering their fans a chance to squeeze their boobs for donations.
The adult film stars told local media on Monday that they could barely contain their excitement for the “Stop! AIDS” campaign event, which will be broadcasted on adult cable television.
“I’m really looking forward to lots of people fondling my boobs,” pornstar Rina Serina told Tokyo Sports.
“But I would be very happy if you would please be delicate.”
This event comes after some recent controversy in the headlines involving sexist heckling of a Tokyo assemblywoman, calling out old-fashioned views toward women that still exist in Japanese society.
Unaware of any contradiction, Serina said: “I never thought my boobs could contribute to society.”
Another porn actress, Iku Sakuragi, also had no qualms about being groped by hundreds of pairs of hands for the event.
“It’s for charity,” she said.
“Squeeze them, donate money — let’s be happy.”
A public outcry erupted in June when lawmakers from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling subjected Tokyo assemblywoman Ayaka Shiomura to sexist taunts, including shouting “Why don’t you get married?” at her during a debate on motherhood.
According to news.com.au: “Japan has one of the lowest rates of female workforce participation in the developed world and a lack of childcare facilities, poor career support and deeply entrenched sexism are blamed for keeping women at home.”
The charity “squeeze-a-thon” begins at 7pm (EST) on Saturday, August 30th, and is backed by the Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention.
[ From: news.com.au ]
Because getting breast implants is a huge commitment, some women are opting to try a new procedure that involves injecting saline solution to expand the breast tissue temporarily up to two cup sizes.
The procedure costs $3,500 (not much less than a regular breast augmentation) but only lasts for 24 hours during which the saline solution — essentially saltwater — is absorbed into the bloodstream.
According to the New York Times, the saline enlargement first began as a way for women seeking breast enhancement to determine how they might look if they chose surgery.
“We can take pictures and put them on computers, but those are sometimes unrealistic and can lead to false expectations,” Dr. Norman M. Rowe, a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon told the publication. “So we said, if patients are unsure if they want implants, let’s put saline in the breast and let them live with it for 24 hours to see how they like it.”
Dr. Rowe told the Times that he performs about three to five procedures a week, and so far the only complication he’s seen is minor bruising. However, president of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Dr. Michael C. Edwards, calls the practice a “party trick”.
“I can’t see that there’s a huge harm in it, but you’re stretching the skin out,” he said. “You’re altering the architecture of the breast. I would be concerned that you would be taking away some intrinsic support in the breast.”
According to Yahoo Health, there are some other risks involved, including infection and hematoma. Even though the procedure is legal in the US, it’s always important to consult with aboard certified plastic surgeon to ensure that patient safety is priority.
[ From: stylist.ca ]
I wonder if she takes requests?
[ From: collegehumor.com ]