Who the fuck are you to determine what’s appropriate or not?
Michael Daul
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As a mother who breastfed in public for years, I’d like to ask any “offended” person to write a letter to their local newspaper, expressing their offended sensibilities when a Victoria Secret catalogue arrives in the mail. My husband looks at those, and THAT is both offending to me & provocative for HIM. This can’t be helping anyone’s lust for pornography. Plus, the healthy daughter I breastfed for over a year (with a huge student loan) shouldn’t be encouraged by marketers to buy yet another over-priced bra. She has drawers full now, because of marketers objectifying women. Seriously, “offense” is in the eyes of the offended. There are so many better issues to be concerned about in this country & elsewhere!

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