The universal symbol of femininity
The female chest is the universal symbol of femininity, motherhood, and sexuality. Regardless of how many mythologies existed on Earth, how many religious, enlightenment and lifestyle periods had passed through mankind, the sculpted, full, pear-shaped, apple-shaped, tight, dense, delicate breasts of women were always “nutritious” with imagination and inspiration.
The sculptures and images of the ancient goddesses, as well as all the images of the goddess Mother Goddesses, always have a special emphasis and a certain piety on the female chest. Maybe it is the most esteemed human organ in art.
There is a minor Greek goddess called the Baubo, which was depicted without a head – only with breast and vulva. Some have called her “the lustful goddess”, others the “laughing goddess,” but while ancient Greek mythology was secondary, the statues of the goddess without a head symbolized the Great Mother before the era of Aphrodite and her other beautiful goddesses like Galateia.
Our ancient ancients believed that, no matter how the others perceive it, the woman perceives the world and expresses itself most powerful through these two organs – the breasts are the eyes of the Goddess, the vulva – her mouth. With her “eyes” watching the world and choosing what to attract, her “mouth” takes her choice, transforms it and returns it to the world through her children, who are her “utterance”. This is the original metaphor of the essence of the woman.
From this point of view, the anxieties and complexes of women with small or deformed bust are fully understandable and their desire for correction of breast should be respected rather than ironized. Even the boom of psychoanalysis and the variety of psychotherapeutic methods popular in the twentieth and early twentieth centuries did not prove to be a powerful weapon against the woman’s ultimate strenuous pursuit.
Over the past decades, the fashion industry has also played a part in the wider desire of women to shape and cut their busts, but the truth is that she would not have the chances of imposing this as a fashion unless she was inspired by women who always have been looking for ways to highlight the bustle of their bust.
You know that they have corsets, beautified them with artificial moles, tried to get their eyes on their neckline with a variety of accessories, jewelery, dress patterns.
Already at the end of the 19th century, plastic surgeons began to look for a way to satisfy the ladies’ desire for breast correction and began to try different materials to lift and augment the bust. Since then, the first surgical techniques for breast correction have come.
Today, plastic surgery has perfected breast correction techniques and materials to meet the most diverse wishes and causes for breast correction and reconstruction.