You know how excited men are about women’s breasts. Actually, men are obsessed.
This, of course, also obsesses women. And she gets them to do some really weird things to her breasts.
Women pierce them, stuff them, tattoo them, push them up and constrict them, compress them, underwire them, wrap them, suck them smaller, poison them with chemicals that seep from their bras and X-rayed routinely. with mammograms to look for tumors and sometimes agree to surgically remove them to prevent breast cancer.
Women treat their breasts like fashion accessories. Many women even refuse to use their breasts to breastfeed their babies, fearing that this will spoil the visual appeal of their breasts.
Of course, from a biological perspective, breasts are for nursing babies. They also play apart in sexuality. However, as with all things, when people get obsessed, they go overboard and start doing extreme things. The result is often disease.
Our culture causes disease by teaching us attitudes and behaviors that interfere with the way our bodies are supposed to work. When it comes to breast cancer, it’s caused by an attitude that rules cleavage and daily bra-wearing behavior.
In fact, research has shown that the leading cause of breast cancer is wearing tight bras for long periods of time every day. Breast cancer is only a problem in cultures where women wear bras. Braless women have about the same incidence of breast cancer as men. On the other hand, women who sleep in their arms, or use them 24/7, have a 3 in 4 chance of developing this disease.
Bras are constrictive garments designed to alter the shape of the breasts, which is achieved by applying constant pressure to the delicate breast tissue. This constriction can make it difficult for lymphatic fluid to drain from the tissue, as the bra squeezes the easily compressed lymphatic vessels. A healthy and unrestricted lymphatic system is essential for removing fluids and toxins from the breast tissue, and is the circulatory pathway of the immune system. Chronic compression and constriction of the breast lymphatic system by bras can lead to fluid buildup (lymphedema), breast pain, cyst formation, fibrocystic breast disease, and can lead to cancer. Signs of constriction are red marks and indentations in the skin left by the bra.
Why do women wear bras? It’s because our culture trains them to do so. Girls start learning from a very young age that they are expected to have beautiful breasts. Young children dress in styles that mimic adult clothing, including wearing “tops” to cover their immature breasts. As they get older, they see endless images of women on television, in magazines, in movies, all showing women wearing bras. They play with dolls like Barbie, who wear a bra. Their moms probably wear a bra. And they look forward to getting their first training bra as a sign of entering womanhood.
If you have small breasts, the bra will be padded and you will wear push-up models. You can also opt for implants, which compress the lymphatic tissue from the inside, adding to the problems caused by bra compression on the outside.
If you have large breasts, the myth may be told to wear a bra to prevent your breasts from sagging. She won’t realize that if she wears her bra too tight and for too long every day, she could cause the lymphatic fluid in her breasts to back up, resulting in larger, heavier breasts. Some women actually feel pain when they remove their bras, a sign of bra swelling of the breasts and dependency on the bra for support. Ironically, even though the bra is causing the problem, the pain she feels taking it off may prevent her from taking it off.
Are bras necessary? Do women need arms? Was the female body designed with a flaw that requires 20th-century lingerie to correct?
According to the fashion moguls of our time, bras are essential. However, at one point, fashion makers insisted on the hourglass figure created by corsets, which became a public health threat for centuries, resulting in all kinds of internal and skeletal diseases caused by compression and constriction of the torso. And at the same time in history when corsets were a fashion in the West, Chinese women obediently bound their feet for fashion, causing distorted, diseased and deteriorated feet and toes, all to erotically please their husbands.
Clearly, fads are not designed for health. Interestingly, large-breasted women in braless cultures say they have no “need” for a bra. In Fiji, a place where about half of women don’t wear bras, women with breast cancer are the ones who wear bras. The breasts of women without a bra are healthy, without pain, cysts or discomfort. In fact, they say that her breasts are “too big to wear a bra.” However, women in efficient bra-wearing cultures assume (as a result of lingerie industry advertising) that they “need” a bra for support. In reality, bra dependency causes the internal suspensory ligaments that naturally support the breasts to atrophy from disuse. Artificially supporting the breasts with bras causes sagging.
Many women who have stopped wearing bras have experienced almost immediate relief from breast pain and cysts. Once the constriction was over, the breast tissue was allowed to drain the fluid and the problems were much improved or completely gone.
There is much more to the story of bodily abuse in the name of fashion. The basic reason for all this is clear: to please men.
There is nothing wrong with a woman wanting to attract a man and keep him attracted. Each culture does it in its own way. The problem is when that fashion causes disease. How ironic that a disease that can maim and kill is caused by a product meant to bring people together.
But here’s the good news. This means that most cases of breast cancer can be prevented. All you have to do is stop wearing bras or at least not wear them too tight for long periods of time each day and of course never wear a bra to sleep.
And this is where men come into the picture.
Guys, keep in mind that women ultimately wear a bra to please their man. So it’s up to men to let their women know that natural and healthy is more beautiful than artificial and unhealthy. Women act as if they want to be loved for their appearance. In reality, they fear rejection if their appearance does not match the images that the fashion industry promotes. And as they grow older, their fear grows, as the adored youth fades away.
You have to let her know that you love her for who she is, not how well she fits the bill. Tell her that her breasts are beautiful because they are part of her. Encourage her to prevent illness by taking care of her breasts, putting comfort and health before everything else.
And as a bonus, give her a breast massage. After years of breast constriction, the tissue becomes damaged, engorged with fluid, and poisoned. Massage can help cleanse the tissue. It could be a therapeutic lymphatic massage. It could be an erotic massage. It could be both. The important thing is to help your breast tissue recover after years of wearing a bra. There should be no pain. You should not feel pain when your breasts are touched. If you have pain, it is most likely due to years of abuse from bras. Over time, this pain should subside as the breasts regain their health.
So this is both bad news and good news. Bras are one of the main causes of breast cancer, which is why women have developed this disease as a result of current fashion. However, this also means that most breast cancers are preventable. Women simply need to end the slavery of their breasts, finding support in their men instead of their bra.
Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their women.