Since 2005, a web site called myfreeimplants.com has been matching flat-chested females with men who are willing to pony up cash to pay for bigger boobs.
Co-founder Jay Moore and his friends came up with the idea of helping women who are strapped for cash achieve their busty dreams at a bachelor party.
“This is a financing tool,” Moore told the Las Vegas Sun in 2009. “This is a boob bank.”
While women only have to share their photo in order to plea their case for larger assets, charitable men have to pay a monthly fee to help out these damsels in distress.
Women from all over the world send in their photos and bios, pleading for donations.
The company, calls itself a specialized “social networking website.”
But the woman can’t just take their donations to the plastic surgeon and log off.
The donations are held by the site in a trust until they meet their surgery goal, the Sun reports. When the surgery is complete, the site pays the doctor directly.
When they sign up, they pledge to provide “after” pictures and keep in touch their benefactors for an additional six months after surgery.
“Who are these men? This is unhealthy, scary and disconcerting,” said Rachel Sussman, a relationship expert and author of “The Breakup Bible.” “Why would anyone get into such a dysfunctional contract? It could be highly damaging… even traumatic!”
Sussman said that raising funds this way is no way to improve one’s self esteem.
“Think of the confidence you’ll get by making the right choice, finding the right doctor and paying for it yourself,” she suggests to women thinking of seeking donations. “If you are struggling with self-image, finding a sugar daddy won’t do anything positive for you.”
Rachel has a point, but hey, the recession is real!