KNOW YOUR BREAST SHAPE LADIES!July 14, 2010
From its humble beginnings of just practically a universal component of a woman’s body - that nurtures the populace of this society - that leads to its continuity, a woman’s breast has come a long way. If there’s one highly political part of a woman’s body, well, other than the ones down there, it’s the breast.
Breasts are the most definitive and provocative part of a woman's body. I’ve read it somewhere that breasts lend woman with grace, beauty and tremendous self-confidence, I beg to disagree with all of those, my head is way above my breasts, LOL! So I'm debunking this idea.
Biologically, breasts are collections of fatty tissues called connective tissues or adipose tissues that are bonded by a layer of skin. The adipose tissues are held in place by Cooper’s ligaments.
The terminal end of the breast contains a nip, which has a practical purpose of firstly nurturing the future generation, but today, it has shifted course, it has become so politically-laden that many had made money out reducing and augmenting it and or recoloring it. And this nip is surrounded by the areola, the color of the areola also differs from woman to woman. It can range from a fleshy pink to a darker shade of brown; also, it's size or radius differs. In some cases, the nip can be so small and on exceptional instance retracts from the apex seeing nothing at all, which for nursing mothers a distressing disadvantage, or it can also be big enough to choke a baby, but practically small enough to nurse an adult …. Hahaha!
Knowing your breast type I guess is one of the most exciting things to do passing by this blog, it's also a good way of knowing your body. So ladies, face the mirror take that top off and grade your hooters now ….
Me first, eeny, meeny miny, moe…. definitely, mine are not blockbusters, it's, ... oh god! Got to check it first ....
Posted by verna luga
She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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