The story is actually about having a reduction which I understand, being the recipient of a new milk supply. Having the extra weight on your front isn't always comfortable, however I was terribly disappointed the story overlooked the health and function of the body and instead presented a titillating tail of aesthetics. Fox News 26 ran teasers of the story before and after every commercial reporting a newsworthy engineer turned surgeon "figured out a way to give women what they've always wanted." To which I have to ask "really?!"
I'd say most women who get a reduction really just would like their backs, necks and chests to stop hurting and still look normal after the fact, not an "internal push up bra." I resent the presentation of a story about 'ideal breasts' with an emphasis on how they look and not if they are still functional nor how the health of the women attached to them has improved beyond (she) "met and married the man of her dreams." I bet if you ask a few other woman what they think the ideal breast is you may get more than just I'd like them to be up high, scar free and cone shaped.
Here are some things this lactating woman would like to put on the ideal breast wish list:
1. Add a milk gauge so I know how much I have left, how much this baby has drunk and how much I should pump the next time I want to go out.
2. Make them extendable, like go-go-gadget breast so that I can nurse my baby in my lap and still use my hands to eat a bowl of Lucky Charms.
3. For that matter, let's just make one of them detachable so that I can leave one with the baby and or shoot a bow with ease.
4. Make them filter out alcohol so that I can have a drink or two and not worry about what will reach the baby.
5. Give them an endless supply.
6. Make them cancer resistant.