This is not me.
It is a simple question. Why are nipples/breasts so taboo? I want your opinion. Guys with their shirt off it is okay, but a girl, "OMG DON'T LOOK KIDS! NIPPLES!!! YOU SHOULD BE ashamed OF YOURSELF!" Keep in mind a lot of men have bigger breasts than most women!
Also, is this picture not as taboo in your mind because the nipples have been erased? Finally, while we are on it. Why can we have nipples of african tribes on public TV but not other races? Why the divide?
I know these sounds like silly questions, but I want some rational discussion over this topic.
Peace and love <3
RE: "If a man can go topless when its 98 degrees outside, then why I should I be forced to wear both a shirt and a bras?"
I agree, tit for tat!
The instant it becomes a female breast it becomes something they can't show on broadcast TV.
I wouldn't be surprised if the broadcaster did something this ridiculous specifically to show how silly the rule was if followed absolutely, mindlessly literally.
There's a commercial out on American TV - I can't even recall now what it advertises, but in black and white, an attractive, nude woman is tastefully seated on a surface, facing screen-right, her right leg is drawn up, with her right elbow resting on her knee, and maybe an inch and a half of side-boob is showing. As I said, totally tasteful, something you might see hanging in a museum or an upscale photo exhibit. When I first saw it, I thought, "Wow, maybe this country is growing up!" In subsequent editions, they have chosen to blur out the inch and a half of side-boob - someone clearly decided that some kid, who may well have been raised on breast milk, might have glimpsed that fragment of mammary gland and been corrupted for life!
I was wrong, we're not there yet.