Jessica Simpson and breast reduction

Jessica Simpson might be getting a breast reduction before her wedding. But why would she want to get rid of something most women would consider a blessing?
Jess’ chest has made headlines since she first thrust herself into the teen music scene, where she faced some stiff competition in fellow pop stars trying to ooze sex appeal like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. However, Jess tried to separate herself from those two by dressing more conservatively and focusing on showcasing her big voice.
It’s not surprising that Jess tried to downplay her sex appeal at first – she’s a devout Christian who actually tried to start her career singing Christian songs, much like her fellow busty pop singer Katy Perry. Unfortunately, she was deemed too sexy to use her voice to praise Jesus.
Jessica Simpson says that she used to cry in sixth grade because she was the first girl in her class that had to wear a bra and was upset that she looked so different from her skinny friends. Like Katy Perry, she also considered strapping her breasts down in an effort to hide them.
On top of everything else, Jess has been plagued by breast implant rumors for much of her career. So since being well-endowed has had such a negative effect on her life, she might see getting a breast reduction as a way to feel better about herself. Jessica Simpson also still has her sixth grade mentality – she reportedly thinks that getting a breast reduction will make her look smaller all over.

Jessica Simpson and breast reduction
Jessica Simpson.

The singer-and-actress (who is engaged to former NFL player Eric Johnson) is reportedly unhappy with her large boobs and believes downsizing her assets before tying the knot will help her to look better in her wedding dress.
A source told In Touch Weekly magazine – “She thinks if she downsizes her breasts, she will look smaller. She’s never loved having a huge chest.”
Jessica (31) has previously admitted she struggled to cope with her massive bust when she was younger and admitted she considered strapping down her breasts to make them look smaller.
She said – “I was well-endowed when I was in sixth grade. There’s no way to hide them, as much as you want to bandage your boobs down.
“I was the first girl in my class to wear a bra. I remember crying in the bathtub. All my friends were super-skinny.”
Jessica (who was previously married to Nick Lachey) is also determined to get in shape for her nuptials by following her own exercise regime.
She said – “I am going to dance around my bedroom and hopefully lose some weight – and lift some weights and do what I can!
“I just have to work out on my own. There is no regimen I need to follow. There’s no diet I need to follow. I just need to do some things for myself and that’s it. And that will make me feel the happiest.”

Celebrity boob jobs are a dime a dozen. So who cares that Jessica Simpson is considering going under the knife to have her tatas touched up? American women. Or we should anyway. She could be the best example of real womanhood we’ve got going in a world of Photoshopped models and uber enhanced porn stars.
Word has it before Jessica ties the knot with her NFL fiance Eric Johnson, she will be having breast reduction surgery. Get that? Jess wants to drop a size. And I don’t blame her.
It took me until my late teens/early 20′s to come to grips with my own cleavage – or should I say lack thereof? If bra makers made an A Minus, I’d be lining up to buy. But talking to big busted ladies helped me big time in the acceptance department.
Straight up? Big boobies are as much a burden as a blessing. There’s back pain. There’s neck pain. There are migraine headaches. There is numbness in your fingers. This is the stuff that affects at least 1 million American women.
Any one of them would be a good enough reason for a reduction in my book, and Jess would be in good company. Estimates from 2004 show a 200 percent increase in reduction surgeries in just a seven-year period. Women are finally accepting that their comfort is more important than society’s claim that bigger – chest-wise anyway – is the key to beautiful.

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