no one should judge another if they have not had to live the life that person has lived.
I've had a DD and up cup size since I was 13 years old. You have no idea of all the jokes, taunts and ridicule I went through starting at that young age...from children, men AND women. And I won't even go into the physical pain of it since I already discussed that in the other thread about breast reduction.
As long as the person seeking to change the shape of a certain body part has realistic expectations of the outcome of either surgery or exercise, I don't see anything wrong with it. Of course, you will always have people who are addicted to plastic surgery. They are striving for a perfection they will, most likely, never find under the knife of a surgeon.
But, at least for now, Reilly is seeking solutions without resorting to surgery. I find that healthy to try to find ways to fix a physical problem you have going the natural route first. Just as I did before resorting to a breast reduction. But there was not much I could do to make them smaller on my own besides lose weight, and I was already around 120 pounds at the time, so that wasn't going to happen.
Maybe some people and handle the constant jokes and physical/emotional pain of large breast, or in Reilly's case a big, crooked nose, but some cannot. If a person has done everything possible to fix the problem naturally but cannot, knows the consequences and risks of having surgery to correct the problem and can afford it, then why not if it makes them feel better not only physically but emotionally?