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Trying to make sense of it all...

August 1 2003 at 11:08 PM
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Oscar  (Login sexytan4)
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The other day I saw on the cover of a magazine; a picture of a woman topfree but with pasties. How can she be topfree basically baring the mass of her breasts yet just cause her areolas and nipples are covered it is perfectly ok?! Don't we males have areolas and nipples as well as females?! Isn't the difference in the development of the breast tissue? In many cases it is ok for at least part of the breast to be exposed as long as no nipple or areola is showing.
No one can really come up with the reasoning for it and what are male nipples and areolas made up of different kind of tissue. Is it that female nipples and areolas, being usually considerably larger, just bring more attention to themselves? There seems to be a lot of mixed signals that brings confusion. I agree with that guy who said we must put it on the ballot in California and all other places here in US and the rest of the world. Topfreedom must not wait anymore but we must take action. Females, of all ages, must simply start shedding their tops and say we must do it for freedom. Males did it and the world didn't suffer. There was some friction at first like there will be this time for females; but so what? you have to deal with some initial turmoil but know it will get much better!!!
Remember, the power is in numbers and in the summer it is easier to convince females to remove their tops. The average female in public shows more skin than males anyways, so how is it males can go topfree legally but females can't?! Well exactly who knows? Society just can't deal with these questions that is why they just say it is like it is just because. If only one female regardless how young or old they are wants to go topfree then it is worth it. It is not like lots of males go topfree in society as a whole but that is not the point!

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