Babycenter.com is a huge website for parents and soon-to-be parents. The site has a large community, a stockpile of resources, and surely tons of willing advertisers. The fact that the site drives so much traffic means it simply isn't necessary to sell new, impressionable, emotional mothers even more body image issues through advertising breast enhancement. Moms simply don't want to be bombarded with the message that not only are their bodies left imperfect from childbirth and age, but to allow physical imperfection means that nature has "the final say" (taken from loveyourlook.com) and we have forfeited, or lost that claim- as if it means defeat.
Please join me in requesting that Babycenter.com remove these ads, and support motherhood in all of its imperfection.