You’re very sweet, but there’s no threat of anything you say making me “feel bad”.

You shared an anecdote which referenced two things:

1. your success at dating women with breast implants, and

2. your failure in dating women without them,

your intent being to share a cautionary tale discouraging me from having my implants removed.

While your response has DQ’d you from being considered a “high value man” to me, you do speak to what works for you, and that is really helpful.

Despite your professed objective, your narrative actually provides me with assurance that I am doing the right thing. By removing my implants, I’m making an active choice to be in the “Not gonna date Nick Apex (or men like him)” camp from here on out.

A man who is so superficial that he is unable to see the value in a woman who has given birth, simply because her breasts are different afterward, is just the kind of man I am trying to side-step in the future.

Thank you for strengthening my resolution. Losing the attraction of men who think like you is just one of the things I’m looking forward to.

(Also bralettes. ;)

Mama, writer, lover, fighter — I wear my heart on my sleeve because my pants pockets are too small. www.ajkaywriter.com

Mama, writer, lover, fighter — I wear my heart on my sleeve because my pants pockets are too small. www.ajkaywriter.com