For as long as women have had breasts, women have been wearing bras, although the bra that we recognize today was first introduced in 1914. Most women have a love/hate relationship with their bra, refusing to leave the house without one, but counting down the moments until they can take it off again. Are there truly…
2 thoughts on “The dirty hippies were right”
I have an enormous cup size so it can be painful to wear one. I know women with permanent indents on their shoulders from the straps. I’d give anything (except reduction surgery) to be “flat-chested” no matter what drumpf says.
Whoa, what’s going on here?
Weren’t we “mammals” named after this awesome innovation that happened, while the dinosaurs weren’t looking?
Animals with the ability to nurse their young, not just leave them to shift for themselves once they hatch.
I think we are the victims of “natural selection” here. Natural selection, screwed up by the male of the species.
Men don’t call them “jugs” for nothing. The bigger the better, so they will marry the one with the biggest, and give birth to daughters, whose “jugs” are bigger yet.
But it’s the glands that matter. Not the fat tissue surrounding them.
For this woman, I see no solution, but I like her refusal of breast reduction surgery. If she has that, she will never be able to nurse her children.
I don’t know.
There are sports bras, but I don’t know if they come in sizes that would help her.
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