“Boobies” isn’t a bad word, especially when it’s being used to promote a breast cancer awareness campaign. A judge in Pennsylvania seems to think so, too, which is why he reversed a Pennsylvania school district’s decision to ban the “I (Heart) Boobies” bracelets. In a 9-5 decision, the court ruled that the “bracelets here are not plainly lewd and because they comment on a social issue, they may not be categorically banned.”
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The other day I saw a picture of a Kate Upton in a formal dress with her entire underboobage exposed, and my first thought was: Where are her nipples? But then I realized she was wearing the most seamless nude bra ever and my second thought was: This woman is the master when it comes to knowing how to work her boobs. Seriously, there’s nothing that woman can’t do with her breasts. Kate Upton has redefined the possibilities of what you can do with a good pair. And it isn’t about turning men on. It’s that she always seems to be getting maximum enjoyment out of her own boobs, which is something to strive for. It doesn’t hurt that she’s well-endowed and well, one of the most beautiful women in the world. No matter what cup size — Itty Bitty Titty Member here! — we can all learn a few tricks from Kate. Click through for some ideas about how to get more creative with your boobs.
When Jackie Johnson-Smith’s child began to cry during dinner at Fong’s Pizza in Iowa, as you might expect, she fed the child and then exited the restaurant to avoid disturbing other diners. Johnson-Smith happens to breastfeed her baby, a practice that is often met with a lot of opposition in public. This time, however, she was thanked by her waitress in the form of a free pizza. Keep reading »
You guys, this Twitpic Heidi Klum posted yesterday has been confounding me. I keep looking at it and asking myself, But what does it mean? I decided to do some free writing to try to get to the bottom of it all, because clearly, Heidi is trying to tell us something. Keep reading »
Boobs are great for a lot of things. But as anyone who has at least average-sized breasts has probably noticed, sports are not one of those things. Breasts pose a problem for athletes for several reasons. First, they are extra weight to slow down competitors. Boobs can get in the way of a golf, tennis, or volleyball swing. They also bounce and accelerate at a different speed from the rest of the body. This bouncing is not only painful, but can also be embarrassing, especially for girls going through puberty. That’s probably one reason why there is such a decline in female athletic participation from the beginning of middle school to the end of high school.
Take ESPN’s tale: Katherine Switzer became the first woman to compete in the Boston Marathon in 1967 when the sports bra had yet to be invented. She was warned that the repetitive motion could cause her breasts to atrophy and her uterus to fall out of her vagina. Yikes! Obviously, this was a pile of crap. Neither of these things happened, but she was certainly uncomfortable running in just a standard fashion bra under a T-shirt. Nearly 50 years later, we have yet to perfect the sports bra so that women with larger cup sizes can compete in the sports that they love without complication.
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