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Boredom, lack of balls, and overall disappointment are contributing factors. Like I said, if you are male and not Swedish, you already have a leading position.
If you have the ability to speak to girls without being a pussy and make good conversation, again, major brownie posts.
Once I knew there was a deadly tumor spreading rapidly in my chest I wanted it out immediately.
It's like having an alien land in your chest and refuse to leave.
Woman A: I knew for about three months I was going to have surgery. The sadness for my natural breasts was hard to cope with in the few days before surgery.
I was also very intimidated by the idea of once again forming a new identity. On top of that, I had quickly gained about 30 pounds during chemo from the steroids that are given during treatment and from stress-eating.
And finally, if you have some gentlemanly qualities, the beautiful blond Swedish girls will be all over you.
As my friend put it: Swedish blond bombshells may be tough and viking-like on the outside, but they are still soft, delicate women on the inside. PS – I’m well aware that this post constitutes a generalization. Please however comment on something more constructive.
It’s part true, more Swedish women are interested in foreign men than they are in other Swedes.
I’m a girl, an American-Indian girl, and therefore am not Swedish.
But I have a few Swedish girlfriends and they all have opinions of their fellow male counterparts. Swedish guys have done a good job of losing their balls over the years, part thanks to feminism, part thanks to super tight jeans that served as self castrating devices.
Not getting nipple reconstruction isn't something I regret.
I miss my nipples daily, but the idea of fake nipples made from my skin honestly was very weird for me.
(A lumpectomy, a surgery to remove only the tumor from the breast, may be an option for some breast cancer patients.) spoke with three anonymous women about their relationships with their bodies and their experiences of sex and love after mastectomy. I made the decision because I am BRCA1-positive, meaning I have a genetic mutation that greatly heightens the chance of breast and ovarian cancer and reoccurrence.