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April 24, 2015

Free the Tatas: Why we should Go Topless. {Adult}

 

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“The body is meant to be seen, not all covered up.” ~ Marilyn Monroe

I think we should start a revolution; I think we should take ownership and pride in our bodies. I think we should take equality, flip it around—pin it down and have our way with it.

I think we should take it all off—our bras, our shirts, our fears, our insecurities, our societal influences.

We need to take it off…and start going topless.

We cover our breasts up because we have been taught that they are sexual objects, private parts, and therefore should be covered up—just like our beautiful pussy. But, everyone has nipples, and just because breasts are sexual doesn’t mean baring them has to always be in a sexual way or insinuate promiscuity.

We need to be able to not only be comfortable in our skin, but accepting of our bodies. That acceptance includes our innate sexiness; sexiness that is based in empowerment and self-confidence. We need to start owning our amazing bodies, breasts and all, and accept the fact that while breasts don’t always have to be considered sexy, self-confidence in going topless is.

Women are all about the beautiful art of contradiction and this is no exception.

We need to start a new way of living; a new way of doing things that does not include doing them just because we were taught that way, or because everyone else is.

Read on for some titi-llating and empowering reasons to start baring it all…

Sag it ain’t so

Wearing underwire bras all the time diminish our breast tissue’s natural resiliency, and over time will actually make our breasts sag. Our breasts are not meant to be up around our chin, and just like the hang of our partner’s joystick, our tatas have a hang all their own, and each woman is different. Keeping that bra on all the time will damage the breast tissue and actually affect the look and feel of them over time!

Our breasts are beautiful just the way they are, no improvement necessary. I love the feel of wearing no bra with tank tops or dresses; I don’t think about whether my boobs are up to society’s standards of shape or not. I feel confident, and beautiful because my body is exactly as it should be.

Nipple Tickle

Bras are restrictive and can have an effect on how sensitive our nipples are. Breasts are function first, but they are also sexual. Stimulating them can be sensuous, soft, arousing and seductive in the most natural primal way. Nipple stimulation is one of my favorite things, and though I’ve nursed two baby girls, I love having my lover take them in his mouth and between his teeth. Nothing else gets me aroused quicker. To think that wearing these beautiful but restrictive bras would affect my stimulation and enjoyment of sex with my partner is enough reason to skip the bra a few times a week!

Return of the Swag

Once we take off our bras and our shirts and walk around outside a bit and see the world doesn’t crash and burn and people don’t in fact drop in horror from seeing us naked, we’re going to realize that maybe our bodies are exactly as they are meant to be.

I remember the first time I took my top off in public; it was at a waterfall in the mountains on a late summer day, and I felt like I was just itching to get out of my skin. I was sick of covering up, and didn’t see the point in it. Yeah, my boobs are kind of sexy, but honestly, I don’t care about that (most of the time); I wanted to feel the sun on my tits, the way my nipples got hard when the breeze blew, the feeling of the stones against my skin. So, I took it off, and you know what? It was amazing. Since then, if the sun is out and it’s above 60 degrees, more than likely I’ll be walking around home, the beach, wherever, topless. It’s simply freeing.

Smooth as Satin

Bras are fitted; they leave red marks and indents on our skin. They leave a mark around our torso underneath our breasts with an indented red ring; not to mention shoulder indents for those women with heavier breasts. By the end of the day our skin is marked up—there’s a reason we all love taking our bra off at the end of the day…they kind of suck!

We can wear camisoles if we want the feeling of an item of clothing between us and our outfit, but there is nothing that feels more amazing than taking off a thin summer dress, revealing smooth bare skin underneath. There’s something incredibly empowering in wearing a simple dress with nothing underneath; it’s about taking ownership of our bodies, and if we like how we look in something, then we wear it. It’s not about wearing bras because we think we have too…if we are happy, and comfortable, then that should be the most important thing!

 

There is no good reason to keep our tops on anymore, and we have to reclaim proud ownership of our breasts instead of shaming them into secrecy because we were told that we aren’t allowed to show them.

I love boobs; they are amazing, whether we are a AA or DD, tits are fantastic—soft, voluptuous, rounded, curved—they announce to the world that we are a magnificent woman. There is nothing wrong in walking around naked; breasts move just like the rest of us, and if you haven’t had them augmented during surgery I will promise you they aren’t perfect. If you lay on your side they will fall to the side; if you lay down they move, breasts are not supposed to be these hard stationary objects that don’t move. It’s not about our breasts appearing perfect, or looking good, it’s about settling into our skin, the privilege of womanhood and embracing one of our most amazing qualities.

So today, take it off, and let yourself be free.

Free to be topless, free to be imperfect, free to be naked without being sexual…simply free to be you.

I want to see your new found freedom!

Use #toplessandfree to take a stand, and empower others to embrace going topless!

 

Relephant: 

For the Love of Breasts.

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Author: Kate Rose

Editor: Travis May

Photo: author’s own 

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