A new survey of 1,600 18-34 year old British men carried out for More magazine has discovered that 85% loathe plastic surgery and consider silicon breasts 'a complete turn-off'.
"Women would be better off spending their money on new dresses and shoes rather than fake breasts," a More magazine spokesperson concluded.
"They look at false cleavages but it is clear that it is a big turn off both sexually and in terms of forming a relationship. It seems as though women may have misjudged a lot of blokes," they added.
The survey appeared just as legendary counter-culture agent provocateur Genesis P Orridge from Psychic TV appeared in the Guardian, explaining his own recent radical embrace of cosmetic surgery, which has seem him adding solid gold teeth, tattooed beauty spots, silicon enhanced lips and massive breast implants to turn himself into a 'pandrogyne',
"Some feel like a man trapped in a woman's body, others like a woman trapped in a man's body. The pandrogyne says 'I just feel trapped in a body," he explained.
"The body is simply the suitcase that carries us around. Pandrogyny is all about the mind, consciousness," he insisted.
Gigolo records chief DJ Hell also admitted he'd been thinking about cosmetic surgery in an interview with Skrufff last year though stressed he had no plans to emulate his label's latest icon- New York sex change starlet Amanda Lepore.
"Sometimes I think about it but I wouldn't go as far as Amanda did," Hell admitted.
"It seems like it's becoming more and more normal for men, though I don't know if any DJs have yet had cosmetic surgery," he added.
"I don't want to be in the forefront and show what's possible, Amanda did that and she's an icon. I think she's really futuristic and glamorous. She's the ultimate future lady," Hell suggested.
Article by Jonty Skrufff
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