Nicole Gomes has no shame. The 24-year-old Sacramento woman has taken to the Internet to ask some benevolent stranger or another to buy her breast implants.
“I didn’t get the boob gene from my mom,” she explains. “And it’s not something I would be able to afford by myself.”
My first thought was that Gomes must work in the sex industry. And that the young woman figured larger breasts – in addition to her obvious computer skills – would make her a more marketable pole dancer or porn star or prostitute.
But Gomes is a graphic designer, she says. And a happily married mother of two, she also says.
I wondered if she had kept her family in the dark about her desire for a bigger bosom and the lengths to which was willing to go to get them.
Indeed, Gomes signed up with a website, MyFreeImplants.com, which hooks up women desperate for larger breasts with donors – selfless, philanthropic-minded men, no doubt – who are willing to help a girl out.
I imagined the Sacramento woman’s husband would be outraged to discover that she was offering herself online. But Gomes says her hubby was good to go with it.
Well, no God-fearing man would let his wife (or girlfriend) do such a thing. If her self-esteem was such that she just had to have breast implants to feel good about herself, a sad commentary on how much this fallen world of ours values outward appearance over inner beauty, he would find a way to pay for them himself.
Gomes and her husband are disingenuous if they think some online benefactor is just going to mail her a check for $7,500 – so that she can move up in bra size from B to D, she says – and not expect anything in return.
That unclean money will come with an indecent proposal attached. The woman’s benefactor is going to want his pound of flesh.
Gomes says she is unwilling to do anything sleazy to get her breast implants. But she already has.
Asking a man who is not your husband to buy you bigger breasts is nothing if not sleazy.