Thursday, 26 August 2010

░▒▓█ Breast Equality?




An article from the Sarcastic Society
Nutshell:
Women demand equality for their breasts.

Full-blown:




Breast Equality?
Written by The Sarcasmist on August 23, 2010


Over the weekend there were protests held across the country demanding gender equality. This time, however, the demands were about the double-standard that sets apart men’s and women’s breasts. As everyone knows, it is against the law for women to go topless in public; however, the same is not true for men. So a group of women, and some very ‘forward thinking’ men have taken up the cause to get women’s breasts the same rights that men’s chests enjoy.

More than 200 people, including about two dozen topless women, marched on the Venice Beach boardwalk Sunday afternoon to protest state laws that bar women from going bare-chested in public. (LA Times)

It would be a horrible idea to allow women’s breast to go uncovered in public. If we allow women to show their breasts in public, then the next thing we know they will want equal pay, and the right to vote. Not only would allowing breast equality hurt the moral fiber of our country, it will also have negative economic impact. Imagine all the business adult magazines and websites would lose if men could just go down to the beach for breast-watching, instead of buying a copy of Playboy or paying their monthly adult website membership dues.

This selfish demand by women is sure to plunge our country into even more socio-economic turmoil.

Yes this is a demand that has long been overdue. I'm so glad that they are waking up and are engaging in greater activism regarding this delicate subject sense of proportion. As a standard bearer of the scales Libra I observe and I say, thank you.

... And before the fullblown exposure I actually took the subject very literally and thought it was a social thesis of unequal and uneven breasts found in most women (like left is smaller than right and vice versa) hahahahaha.


This is what I meant.

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