I got my first push-up bra in ninth grade, years before I launched my YouTube channelin 2011. In my mind, everyone who was famous then had boobs that were larger than my B-cup breasts, and I wanted them too.
It’s why, when I was 22, about a year after I’d moved from Canada to Australia to be with my boyfriend Glen, I decided to get breast implants, selecting a surgeon and a pair of textured silicone gummy DDs at my doctor’s recommendation. My choice, he said, was leaps and bounds ahead of first-generation devices linked to complications like leakage and cancer.
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