Well you give me something to ponder Jenn- something I'm admittedly irrational about. I have a breast fetish. You can see that by the fact that this forum started out as the "Breast Freedom Forum" many years ago. See- http://web.archive.org/web/20041013055832/http://www.network54.com/Forum/157869
I loved the early 1970s when it was fashionable for young women to go brafree. The sight of a woman's unconstrained breasts bouncing freely to and fro as she walks along the street was poetry in motion to me. It was like they had a life of their own!
But here's the problem, it seems that theres only a few years that they are like that. All too soon they start to droop and instead of a lively jiggle and bounce they develop more of a tired flop.
I remember critics of brafreedom warning that going brafree would only hasten this droop but I refuse to believe it- I didn't want to believe it- so I clung to the argument that going brafree would strengthen the breasts natural support system and that now that women have discovered the joys of brafreedom they would never return to stuffing their boobs in cloth bags.
Much to my disillusionment, I was wrong. They did return to titbags and today young women are more wedded to bras than ever. They even wear bras with casual tops that were designed to be worn brafree. They don't care that the ugly bra straps show.
Would lactation be the magic to re-invigorate breasts and return them to youthful resilient firmness? I'd like to think so- but from what I've read and seen, lactation tends to consume the adipose tissue that gives breasts their firmness so that when it ends their breasts are more droopy than ever. I hope I'm wrong about this. . . . . .