The Great Dilemma of mankind. BREASTS.
Let me explain whats the whole Free the nipple thing is about? Free the nipple campaign argues that women should be allowed to show their nipples in public.
I know, scandalous.
The whole thing is ridiculous and immoral and indecent but when you actually thing about it, it shouldn’t have existed in the first place. The campaign shouldn’t have existed in the first place but it does only because of the hypocrisy of the society in which we are living in.
Have you ever wonder what’s the big deal about breasts is, let me be specific, have you ever wonder what’s the big deal about female breast is?
Man have breasts, chicken have breast, heck even donkey have breasts, so what’s the great mystery surrounding woman breast is. Why is our government so scared of them, that they go as far as to ban them from existence.
First picture of a shirtless guy when goggled.
First picture of a shirtless woman when goggled.
If a girl wear anything else then what is consider “modest” by society standard then she is a whore or a slut or she is asking for it. While on the other hand if a man is walking practically naked he is gawk upon with appreciative words like “oh god he look so sexy” or “look at that body”. How many time have you heard a guy being called a dickhead or a whore just for not wearing enough clothes?
I just want to be clear about what thing, man and woman both have breast and they both should get practically all the right to wear or do anything they want with there freaking body without anyone getting offended by it.
The only difference between a woman breast and man breast is, man breast are flat and woman breast are more beefed up.
Some people say woman breast are sacred because they are for feeding children and that’s why the shouldn’t be displayed for the public.
To that I want to say yes woman feed there baby with their breast, so what’s the big deal. Is the existence of woman breast only so that babies can have there source of food for the first couple of year and after that should a mother cut her breast off, since the work of the breast are done what’s the use if carrying a useless body part. From the time Woman are born they have been taught to be ashamed of there breasts. The world first teach them to hide it but still make them visible to appear attractive and beautiful. They are being criticize on there breast shape, size, color, height, weight, etc. But when a girl try to fit in this criteria and they try to show the world that they are beautiful then they are instantly branded awful names.
To those few man who say “if they can show there boob, than we can show our penis.”
Newsflash: A penis equivalent is a vagina and A female breast equivalent is male breast.
So hypothetically if a female show their breast than man should too. Wait they already do.
Too those man and woman who thing this is feminist bullshit, that this is a man hate speech, I want to say this…
These days, however, I am much calmer - since I realised that it’s technically impossible for a woman to argue against feminism. Without feminism, you wouldn’t be allowed to have a debate on women’s place in society. You’d be too busy giving birth on the kitchen floor - biting down on a wooden spoon, so as not to disturb the men’s card game - before going back to quick-liming the dunny. This is why those female columnists in the Daily Mail - giving daily wail against feminism - amuse me. They paid you £1,600 for that, dear, I think. And I bet it’s going in your bank account, and not your husband’s. The more women argue loudly, against feminism, the more they both prove it exists and that they enjoy its hard-won privileges.
The thing is if you have a problem with woman breasts, you should also have a problem with mans breast, you should have a problem with breasts in general.
Just Imagine a world where the man and woman are treated not only equally but also fairly, where they are being taught to love their body, love their individuality, where ones religion doesn’t affect another person, where both man and woman are being treated as a human being first, where you are not being judge by people on what you wear, what color your skin is or what you have between your legs.
View of a 16 year old teenage boy.