I think that whether or not someone else chooses to alter their bodies is none of my business. I do understand, however, the concern of having a YW leader alter her body and then make it known to the girls. I think it sets a bad example and sends the wrong message.
The reason I have a problem with it is the willingness to submit your body to surgery, a very dangerous thing anymore, for such an unimportant thing as your chest size. I think teenage girls are already so worried about their bodies that having a leader tell them by their example that appearance is so important as to justify the extreme of surgery could make this already challenging time of life harder.
I only see cosmetic surgery as necessary to remedy a form of disfigurement. To take an already whole body and alter it is vanity in my book. Again, this is in regards to my own decisions, not judging another who chooses to do so. I have attempted to talk a woman out of doing so many years ago, but once she decided to do it, the subject was never brought up again and I didn't think any less of her, only sad that she felt the need to do so to feel beautiful.
I actually don't like the idea of braces, as it is vanity. I did have two children who got braces but felt so wrong about it, especially when I realized that the ortho was going to leave a permanent retainer in their mouths. Are straight teeth so important to justify metal in your mouth for the rest of your life? I don't think so. The next child who asked for them is pretty mad at me because I am not willing to do it at this time. If my husband overrules me or convinces me, then maybe, but I just don't like it.
I think the daughters of Zion have believed the lie that beauty is our responsibility. We are to take care of ourselves and do the basic things we need to do to ensure our husbands are comfortable with our appearance. I don't, however, think it should be the focus it seems to have become in our church. I often feel looked down upon by the women who wear beautiful clothing and flawless hair, with perfect makeup. I have always appreciated the natural look, sadly that has fallen out of favor in the last twenty or so years...