Media personality Michy,, has spoken out about the influence of men on women’s decisions to undergo body enhancements.
Michy stated in a recent interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM that many women feel forced to change their bodies due to a perceived preference among men for a certain body form.
According to Michy, she has heard from many women who believe that men are drawn to specific body types, prompting them to undergo cosmetic surgery in order to comply to certain beauty standards.
She emphasized the conventional idea that a well-enhanced butt is an asset, and women who undergo such procedures frequently experience life changes, such as traveling abroad and enjoying a more comfortable lifestyle. Michy speculated that men are most likely the ones investing in these new female qualities.
“In this generation, the ass has become an asset, and it looks like there’s a stereotype, there is a type of body you are supposed to have which has become the new normal among women. Off late, when you enhance your butt, you go on holiday, you buy Benz and other cars. I don’t know how that came about, but I think you men are the ones investing in that. Because if you ask, they will tell you that is what the men like,” Michy expressed during the interview.
When asked about her own experiences with body enhancements, Michy acknowledged to having many procedures, not just for cosmetic reasons, but also for medical reasons. She did, however, highlight that she is content with her present body shape and does not feel obligated to undergo any further improvements.
“I have been through several surgeries, not just for cosmetics but for other stuff as well. We are lucky to be alive. When I remove my clothes, I love the way I look when I am naked. When I am in a dress, you’ll think I have flat buttocks, but when I remove my dress and look into the mirror, I look sexy. I am fit, and that is all that matters,” Michy confidently stated.
Her remarks shed light on the complex societal pressures and beauty standards that many women face, and her decision to embrace her body as it is serves as an empowering message for others to feel comfortable in their own skin.