it seems like most arguements of why women shouldn't be peer-pressured to wearing a bra, despite the firmness of their breasts, have a theme of social socialism to it.
in an capitalistic society (of traditional terms), the standard is set by the "strong"; the ones who are economically productive. and the rest are measured to that. many times the majority are playing a game of "catch-up" and never reach the ideal.
in social situations, the standard is set by the beautiful. whether they may be genetically gifted or had artificial stuff done. the bar is always being raised. and while i do agree that it is unfortunate for those who fall behind, there is nothing that can or should be done about it.
and eventhough i do believe in capitalism--economically and socially, i read a book about socialism to see what they had to say. an interesting point they made is that even though the bar is constantly being raised by the strong, the bar gets raised to a point that even the strong can't maintain; even the strong fall behind the standard in the long run.
i saw a diary about britney spears on mtv. it shows how she works out 2-3 hrs per day. and even with that, there was a period between albums where she gained "too much" weight and the entertainment "experts" commented about it. so even britney spears struggles to keep up to the standard which she created. the regular person has to struggle even more.