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by J. Camm on September 3, 2013

According to Slate:

The goal behind the website: to match up women (“the girls”) with benefactors (“the donors”) who will cover the costs of breast augmentation surgery. To start soliciting donations, a woman need merely provide her name, birthday, and several pictures. Within seconds, she can start updating her status and chatting with donors. If she’s feeling ambitious, she can participate in one of the many “contests” set up by donors. An AIM-like chat function, which limits text and automatically deletes chat history, is free to use, but direct messages cost a donor $1 each. And users can swap pictures and videos of anything they’d like through invitation-only private galleries.

The women of MFI never get direct access to any money that is raised; rather, it goes to an escrow known, inevitably, as the Boob Bank. When a woman reaches her goal, usually around $5,500, the money is paid directly to an MFI-affiliated plastic surgeon who performs her surgery. If all goes well, her before-and-after pictures, along with a Q&A, enter the hallowed MFI Hall of Fame.

MFI’s founders claim that about 1,100 women have received implants through the website, and a quick glance through its hall of fame seems to confirm that.

This may come as a shock, but I'm going to side with those NOT IN FAVOR of this. Just like looks and talent and anything else that is good in life, the world needs chicks with the awfullest fucking tits you've ever seen so we can appreciate the perfect ones for what they are. Like it or not, we need the Itty Bitty Titty Committee. Without them we would be lost.