The Right to Bare Breasts

Feminism. It is a word that is so important, yet has become so taboo in the Western Culture. It is a term that is equated with man-hater, or with a woman who wants power and control over men. It re…

Today, in the year 2015, it is illegal for a woman to be topless in 35 states, and this includes breastfeeding. I would say that America is still pretty far behind if this is what is happening. A woman’s body is censored because of the ideas that this culture has promoted about them, and it is time for a change. A woman should feel comfortable breastfeeding her child in all public places (or at least most of them), not just in ones that say, “breastfeeding welcome here.” A woman’s body should not be constantly put on display everywhere except for on the actual human person, and a woman should feel comfortable in her own body, no matter what it is, without feeling ashamed because it might not be sexual enough for this western culture.

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  1. JPACKARD avatar Joey says:

    Thanks for your post.

    I agree, the culture is responsible for promoting “perfect” bodies in the media advertising, movies and beauty contests, flaunting the images; while at the same time banning the exposure of “real” bodies. Nudity and top freedom are natural and comfortable, and “skin” should be a clothing choice just as colors, and styles in fabric covering choices are now. There are no specific Federal laws for or against nudity. It is the States, Counties, and Cities that have passed unconstitutional laws preventing clothes free living.

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