Should a completely flat chested woman have to wear a bikini top at a swimming pool?Watch
The female breast is a naughty thing that must never be totally exposed in public, that's the rule.
So, it must be covered up at all times with a thin bit of fabric, so that the nipple is not showing. The round shape of the breast is clearly visible, and is clearly deemed inoffensive - women are free to show off the full plumpness of their breasts, provided the nipple is not seen. So, the round shape of the breast can't be the problem.
But, a man is free to show his full breast, the shape (whether that be flat or round), the nipple, the whole thing. So, nipples can't be the problem.
However, a flat chested female is forbidden to bare her nipples at a public pool where similarly flat chested men are allowed to do the same.
So, if nipples aren't the problem, and shape is not the problem, and showing both of these if you are a man is not the problem, then there is something about this combination of nipples, roundness, and being attached to a female body which somehow makes a breast offensive when exposed.
Can someone explain this peculiar custom to me?
PS. - apparently this question can be considered by some as offensive, but it's not meant to be, this hadn't even crossed my mind. Pretend stephen fry or someone is asking it, lol.
it's double standards! PC society! Fascism! Femaphobia!
The loss of self esteem your misguided reasoning will cause small breasted women around the uk leaves me no option but to consider you either a dunder headed buffoon at best or an inconsiderate disgusting human being at worst. Pick one.
hahaha. why is my reasoning misguided? I haven't reasoned my way to anything, I've posed a question, just purely frorom observation.
they will interpret this as being not as desirable as big breasted women because raging heterosexual men can't cope with big breasts but their teeny breasts won't provoke that reaction. which is utterly absurd.
your post will make women sad. i hope it makes you feel good about yourself other wise there is no point to this discussion.