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Head towards the north coast and you will discover that the coastline is populated with must-see destinations including ever popular Padstow, a must for all seafood lovers and home of Rick Stein’s famed restaurant, and the picture postcard Port Isaac, well known as the setting of ITV's Doc Martin.

There are also some fabulous expansive beaches on offer at Bude and Crackington Haven.

The internet is a space where you’re often only one click away from female objectification. But does just that; every day it ‘helps’ over 4,000 women get “the curves they’ve always dreamed of” thanks to generous “benefactors”, who receive pictures and messages in return for their cash donations.

The website, which began in 2005, is for women who want breast augmentation and the men who want to help them get there.

Unless, that is, they are also users of the app and have also clicked the button beneath your face too.

A second glitch seems to be that once users have indicated they are 'Down to Bang' a friend, there appears to be no way to revoke it - the button no longer works once it has switched to 'Awaiting Bang'.'Unless you're someone who believes (almost certainly wrongly, by the way) that your Facebook friends are all dying to hook up with you, and would do so if only given the bright blue button to admit it, the app doesn't really offer you anything you couldn't already accomplish on Facebook without it,' she wrote.'How many people would really freely admit to wanting to hook up with a friend who wouldn't already have some indicator of interest?

Presented as a social networking site it promises “FREE” cosmetic surgery – however, in reality this is no more “free” than “Netflix and chill” is a chance to catch up on .

The site comprises three groups: the ‘ladies’ who are seeking surgery, ‘benefactors’ - typically men - who pay money to chat and see photos of the women, and surgeons who are paid directly by the site and perform the surgery once women’s targets have been reached.

Worryingly, the platitudes seen on the website mimic the language seen in everyday life; the invigorating words promising that you too can “achieve the body of your dreams” could easily be seen on the cover of Cosmo instead of on this brainchild of a couple of guys on a stag do.

In the end, what does is encourages a disconcerting power dynamic that takes agency away from women and puts power firmly in the hands of the men paying them.

It creepily describes “networking with benefactors”, a sentence which conjures up images of bad wine and achingly desperate small talk, instead of one-to-one video chats and sexual pictures.

In a world where women are constantly judged on their looks, this reinforces the notion that her worth is dependent on her cup size.

And it’s the ultimate irony that men are paying to objectify women so they can fund them to gain the privilege of being further objectified.