Stop sexualizing my body stop shaming my body stop policing my body
BREASTS ARE SEXUAL ORGANS
BREASTS ARE SEXUAL ORGANS
BREAST ARE SEXUAL ORGANS
BREASTS ARE FUCKING SEXUAL ORGANS!!
WE DONT LET MEN WALK AROUND WITH THEIR DICKS OUT BECAUSE ITS A SEXUAL ORGAN!!
GET THE FUCK OVER IT YOUR FEMALE BREASTS ARE
BREASTS ARE NOT SEXUAL ORGANS YOU INCONSIDERATE DICK!
Breasts are mammary organs, meaning their true and primary purpose is to nurse babies.
I’ll repeat that for the slow people in the class, you warthog-faced buffoon.
Breasts are mammary sacks. They are meant to feed babies, just like a cow’s udder. They aren’t sexual organs. They aren’t classified as such in biology texts (certainly none of the ones I checked out to answer this post)
Men have breasts, you pile of refuse. Their breasts are smaller than women’s, but they possess the same mammary glands and, properly stimulated, can produce milk. Men can get breast cancer. They can develop larger breasts due to excessive hormones. Their breasts are exactly like a women’s breast, except that since their testicles produce testosterone in high degree, they don’t have enough female hormones in their bodies to start lactating.
So, you pile of putrescence, you’re probably thinking, “If breasts aren’t sex organs then how come guys get horny looking at them and women get turned on by playing worth them, huh?”
The answers to both are so terribly simple that you might just be able to follow them if you pay attention, pig.
Men are enticed by breasts because they’re not allowed to see them. Women are sensitive because stimulation triggers two responses - bonding hormones and lactation.
In case you’re too simple to get this, I’ll break it down further for you. In cultures where breasts are viewed daily, they don’t do much to get a guy hot and bothered. There are hundreds of paintings from the renaissance period and earlier depicting women nursing babies, especially images of the Blessed Virgin nursing Christ, and none of these have ever been considered provocative, because that’s what boobs are for. Meanwhile, in cultures where everyone from baby sister to great-great grandma walk around topless because the weather will kill them otherwise, dudes don’t get raging erections every time they see a breast. They don’t find boobs enticing the way men do in America, where boobs are considered shameful and need to be hidden.
As for women getting aroused by their boobs being played with, you brainless donkey, a woman’s body responds to get nipples bring touched by flooding her body with bonding hormones that help her attach to get babies - you know, the people her breasts are actually supposed to be used by - and hormones that get her glands making milk. Also, please note that many women with large breasts don’t feel any stimulation when fondled, meaning they aren’t sensitive enough to get off on having their boobs played with.
Do me a favor and GET THE FUCK OVER YOURSELF YOU PURITANICAL ASS! My breasts are NOT SEXUAL ORGANS. They are lactation organs designed for my use and my baby’s use. Not for any man’s use or pleasure.
You inconsiderate space herpe.
More sources that prove you wrong:
Your Vulva, Vagina, and Breasts - Planned Parenthood
Female Breasts - Anatomy Pictures and Information
Sexual Wiring of Women’s Breasts | Psychology Today
Changes in sexual problems over time in women with and without early-stage breast cancer
Assessing Gynecologic and Breast Cancer Survivors’ Sexual Health Care Needs (Sexual Care Needs of Cancer Survivors)
Each of those refer to breasts as sexual organs, problems with breasts are sexual problems, the third one explains EXPLICITLY why breasts are sexual organs.
You’re so mad that I’m not allowing you to complain, that you resorted to childish name calling.
Asexuals often do not feel sexual pleasure. should they be allowed to show dicks and vagina?
The infertile cannot reproduce does that mean their dicks and vaginas are no longer sexual organs? No.
Women can have an orgasm from breastfeeding as well. (third source).
Sure their primary function is feeding babies. That doesnt mean they are sexual organs.
Also, Im pretty sure you’re around fifteen or sixteen, but whatever. My mother, a pathologist who GRADUATED from medical school and has had over fifteen years of experience working as a pathologist agrees that they are, indeed, sexual organs. And do you know what a pathologist is? They are someone who works with body parts. Specifically, my mother inspects body parts to find whats wrong with them and in order to do that, she must know about the body parts functions. Guess what? She knows about breasts. And, as a woman, so do I.
Sorry that you have ZERO sources to back up your argument and I have five. You can disagree with the facts or you can educate yourself.
“Sure their primary function is feeding babies. That doesnt mean they are sexual organs.”
Ordinarily I wouldn’t bring this up because obviously this was a typo, no big deal, but to clarify, I understand (and hope everyone who reads this understands!) that you meant, “That doesn’t mean they AREN’T sexual organs.”
Let’s start by defining the terms.
sex organ (sɛks ˈɔːɡən): Definitions - noun = genitals
genitals (ˈdʒɛnɪtəlz Pronunciation for genitals ) or genitalia (ˌdʒɛnɪˈteɪlɪə Pronunciation for genitalia ; -ˈteɪljə): Definitions - plural noun = the sexual organs; the testicles and penis of a male or the labia, clitoris, and vagina of a female
The human reproductive system usually involves internal fertilization by sexual intercourse. During this process, the erect penis of the male is inserted into the female’s vagina until the male ejaculates semen, which contains sperm, into the female’s vagina. The sperm then travels through the vagina and cervix into the uterus or fallopian tubes for fertilization of the ovum. Upon successful fertilizationand implantation, gestation of the fetus then occurs within the female’s uterus for approximately nine months, this process is known aspregnancy in humans. Gestation ends with birth, the process of birth is known as labor. Labor consists of the muscles of the uterus contracting, the cervix dilating, and the baby passing out the vagina (the female genital organ). Human’s babies and children are nearly helpless and require high levels of parental care for many years. One important type of parental care is the use of themammary glands in the female breasts to nurse the baby.
The female reproductive system has two functions: The first is to produce egg cells, and the second is to protect and nourish the offspring until birth. The male reproductive system has one function, and it is to produce and deposit sperm.
The human female reproductive system (or female genital system) contains two main parts: the uterus, which hosts the developing fetus, produces vaginal and uterine secretions, and passes the male’s sperm through to the fallopian tubes; and the ovaries, which produce the female’s egg cells. These parts are internal; the vagina meets the external organs at the vulva, which includes the labia, clitoris and urethra. The vagina is attached to the uterus through the cervix, while the uterus is attached to the ovaries via the Fallopian tubes. At certain intervals, the ovaries release an ovum, which passes through the Fallopian tube into the uterus. If, in this transit, it meets with sperm, the sperm penetrate and merge with the egg, fertilizing it. Corresponding equivalent among males is the male reproductive system.
So for the purpose of this mini-lecture, we can determine that mammary glands have no place in the conception or fetal development of a human baby. The uterus, cervix, vagina, Fallopian tubes, and ovaries are all internal organs; the vulva, labia, and clitoris are external organs. Each, in its way, plays a part in conception. The breasts, however, are not listed in any of these references as being part of the reproductive system.
Moving on to the breast:
A mammary gland is an organ in female mammals that produces milk to feed young offspring. Mammals get their name from the word “mammary.” In humans, the mammary glands are situated in the breasts. In ruminants such as cows, goats, and deer, the mammary glands are contained in the udders. The mammary glands of mammals other than primates, such as dogs and cats, are sometimes called dugs.
The breast has been viewed as an organ designed to produce milk. The lobules are the glands that produce the breast milk. The ducts are tubes or channels which transport the milk from these glands out to the nipple. The nipple becomes erect because of cold, breast feeding and sexual activity. The pigmented area around the nipple is called the areola.
In every piece of literature that I have listed here, the breast is noted as an organ designed to produce milkfor the young. This includes all mammals - horses, cows, dogs, cats, and human beings.
Even you have agreed that the primary purpose of the breast is feeding babies.
So what does this have to do with the price of tea in China?
BREASTS ARE MEANT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO OWN THEM AND SEXUALIZING THE BREAST IS MAKING WOMEN INTO OBJECTS!
This, orihime-strawberry-love, is the first and primary abstract that I read and agreed with when I confronted you about your rant concerning breasts needing to be under cover. From the abstract:
Americans think breasts are primarily for enhancing sexual activity, which results in widespread discomfort when they are reminded that breasts go into babies’ mouths. While our culture defines breasts primarily as enhancing sexual appeal, other cultures emphasize the “sexiness,” if you will, of other body parts: buttocks, hips, shoulders, feet. It varies according to culture, since sexual attractiveness is always culturally defined.
Yet the American obsession with breasts is so unique that it is often puzzling to people from other cultures. One of my graduate students who conducted field work in Samoa reported to me that when she told a Samoan woman that American men like to suck on women’s breasts, the Samoan was amazed. She asked my student, apparently with genuine interest and concern, “Do American men like to pretend they’re babies?” That is how strictly Samoans define the purpose of women’s breasts. In many countries, breastfeeding in public is as mundane an activity as public conversation; no one is concerned when women use their breasts in public for their primary biological function: to feed babies.
You want to scream that women need to cover up because “the breast is a sexual organ!” Yes, in the United States, the breast is treated like a play thing for men and, as such, is only allowed to be visible when it appeals to men!
All of the developed world’s rules about breasts revolve around male use of the boob as a sex toy.
Women can wear string bikinis in public, have breast enhancement surgery to increase their size, and wear low-cut blouses because some men get off on the sexuality of the breast.
Meanwhile, women who are nursing are told to nurse in either the restroom or in private rooms away from the rest of society because nursing makes men uncomfortable.
They don’t like to see boobs being used to feed babies.
Also from the abstract listed above:
Our squeamishness with breastfeeding in public has consequences we refuse to acknowledge. Hurricane Katrina is a prime example of an unacknowledged consequence of our culture’s revulsion at breastfeeding in public. We all watched with horror as New Orleans drowned two years ago. For days, Katrina and its aftermath were the only items in the news. And, whenever there is a news story of that magnitude there are always a lot of sidebars to the story. Remember? Katrina exposed America’s class and racial divisions. We heard stories about inefficient government agencies, abandoned pets, lethal mold.
But do you know what story I kept looking for and never found? What happens to formula fed babies during a disaster when mothers cannot buy infant formula and they do not even have access to water? And there was ample opportunity to have a sidebar that pondered those awful questions. Some of the most memorable film clips coming out of New Orleans in 2005 pictured frantic mothers clutching their barely conscious, dehydrated babies.
You see, you are perpetuating a negative patriarchal attitude when you scream that women should always cover up. I don’t really care to see breasts, but as an adult with a brain and self-control, I can easily accept the fact that breasts are used for babies and not have a heart attack when seeing a woman nursing.
But when OTHER WOMEN hyperventilate about how BREASTS ARE SEXUAL ORGANS GET OVER IT, instead of looking at the issue fully and with sensitivity, you help spread the idea that the female breast is a shameful thing. It’s not. Keeping it hidden except when men deem it appropriate helps objectify your sisters. WE own our breasts. WE can control ourselves. Why should WE be frowned on for using them when our babies need to be nursed? Why should WE be treated like living blow-up dolls if our shirts outline our breasts because the shirts are comfortable for extreme heat?
Why are you so opposed to the breast?
I notice that you’re an avowed Anti-Feminist.
The impression that you give, by so violently opposing the female breast, is that you think this way:
"Men are hopeless beasts and can’t see breasts for the same reason they can’t see clitorises - they can’t control themselves around breasts. If you wear short shirts or go topless, you’re just encouraging them and you deserve to be cat-called or worse!"
I’m not saying that you are saying this; I’m saying this is exactly what it LOOKS LIKE you’re saying.
This attitude supports rape culture - “boys will be boys, she should have known better, she deserved to be raped” - by saying that men can’t control themselves and SHOULDN’T HAVE TO.
You haven’t said a single thing to make me believe that the breast needs to be covered up. It’s not an organ for procreation, and has use outside of the bedroom. Therefore, it’s not a sexual organ in the same way that ovaries and the cervix are, and shouldn’t have to be kept under cover 24/7.
Men are intelligent beings. They’re not monsters or children or animals. They can learn to control themselves, and if they don’t, it’s because society has never forced them to be accountable.
If my sisters want to nurse in public, or wear short shirts to keep cool in 103 degree heat here in Houston, TX, then I’m totally for it, and no man has a right to objectify their bodies. And no woman has the right to say, “If you get hurt it’s your own fault.”
THIS is why I’m annoyed with your rant.
THIS is why I went off on you with an over-the-top rant of my own.
THIS is why I will continue to defy you.
Not because you’re playing pick-and-choose with your terminology, but because you’re supporting a society that blames victims and shames women who nurse in public, and it’s disgusting, and you have YET to convince me otherwise.
And you never shall.
los senos, no son organos sexuales uno no pare por ahi.
teh day you give birth to a bay through your boobs then you can tell me breasts are sexual organs, otherwise they’re simply part of a woman’s anatomy, and that is it.
thats about it, only use is to feed babies or get cancer.