Recently there has been a lot of arguing about the validity of bras. Some are suggesting they are unhealthy for women because they restrict the lymph nodes and cause congestion which can cause some other serious health problems. Others say that we are all just a bunch of stupid prudes and we should grow the heck up already. One man has even done a study to show bras cause more droopage and nipple displacement than going braless does.
Of course, the lingerie makers, lead by a very angry, heavily armed bunch of angels and their fearless leader Victoria the Boulder Holder, are contesting all the ideas and insist they will never give up and are prepared to fight to the death.
I have a million questions:
1. I wonder if the newly enhanced silicone army will be as enticed to enlarge their breasts if there is no longer any packaging to display said boobilage? Sometimes a present looks much prettier all wrapped up with ribbons and bows than once it is opened. Is a boob anything without the packaging? Consider perfume in your pondering. What IS perfume without the pretty bottle?
2. What will we fixate on if we breasts lose their mystique? We can't go back and reinvent the wheel. Does anything say mommy to men more than a breast? And if we don't have it wrapped up in some kind of shrine . . . how special can it be?