Tastefully Topless, This Time In Brazil, In Favor Of Breastfeeding, Unintentionally Raises Ire.
by Anura Guruge
>> Topless Tour — May 26, 2014.
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>> — Dec. 21, 2013.
>> Topless in New Hampshire — May 8, 2013.
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As a Brit who grew up with the U.K. Sun Page 3 and topless beaches toplessness in females do not phase me in the slightest. As I have maintained ‘after you have seen the first 10,000 they all look the same’ — and that was after spending many Summers on the beaches of Holland.
I do, however, wish that men with huge bellies would refrain from going topless because that really is offensive.
Given the very positive response that the ‘Topless Tour‘ has received — and we are still being foiled by the weather in New Hampshire — I thought it was ‘sad’ that we now have this unnecessary topless brouhaha.
To say that we are great advocates of breastfeeding would not really do justice to our deep seated belief in the benefits of this the most natural of mammalian activities. Lets just say that Teischan was breast fed for 27 months.
Yes, maybe they should have been a tad more tactful with the folks they picked for these Ads. They must know that just-given-birth females tend to be rather hormonal. But I applaud the motive. All babies should be breastfed.
What Brazil needs to do is to place a phone call to the Pope — Francis. Now that could get him into a pickle. Even the pope, whether Catholic or not, cannot have a problem with breastfeeding … right? Jesus, I assume, wa breastfed … though I guess that whole manger thing might suggest that they also had access to other milk. That Catholic MUST breastfeed should be Francis’ new platform. That would fix the problem once and for all.