First there was the the human Ken doll, and then there was the life-size Barbie. Where do we go from here? In the latest line of cosmetically altered beauties, there is Penny Brown. Miss Brown is a twenty five year old pin up model who has recently gotten massive breast implants (an understatement) to mimic her heroine Jessica Rabbit, the outrageously voluptuous character from the 1988 Robert Zemeckis film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit".
According to Penny Brown, “I’ve been obsessed with Jessica Rabbit from a really early age. I think she is incredibly sexy and there’s a real power and strength to her character." This was no flippant decision, the Australian native decide to begin her transformation over two years ago, admitting to two instances of plastic and cosmetic surgery. However, Brown has also been altering her image through other forms of body modification. In an exclusive report with The Mirror, one of Britain's premiere national daily tabloid newspapers, Brown claims she has "downsized her waist to 23 inches in order to fit into a corset, and also went from a 34H bra size to a 36O."
Says Brown, "It was tough at first. The corset is not a magical tool that will make your waist tiny in a few months," she admitted. "It really was hard work and dedication on my part." Brown's breast are getting a lot of compliments and the model insists she has had no complaints concerning the plastic and cosmetic surgery. "The bigger they are the better," she claims. "I don't think I'll ever be big enough."
Mr. Brown, Penny Brown's husband, says he is a fan of her new hourglass figure. She's "as close to Jessica Rabbit as any mere mortal can get," he told the Mirror. "Her shape is exciting and interesting."
As technology in the field improves, plastic surgery is steadily becoming safer and increasingly cost-efficient. As more celebrities and models reveal their plastic surgeries and treatments, the stigma that once tabooed plastic surgery will slowly give way to support and acceptance. Plastic surgery is not for everyone, and nobody should feel they have to receive treatments. However, plastic surgery should also remain available for everybody without a person feeling embarrassed or ashamed about receiving consultation and treatment. The choice is up to you.
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