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What are Breasts?


Breasts are organs made up of adipose (fat) tissue and connective tissue. Within these tissues is a network of blood vessels, nerves and lymph nodes / vessels. Ligaments join the breasts to the body. Underneath the breasts are the pectoral muscles, which sit on top of the rib cage. (But breasts themselves do not include muscle.) The different, annular area of skin surrounding the nipple is called the areola. Beneath the areola are milk ducts which deliver milk to the nipple. The milk ducts are linked to 15 20 lobes and mammary glands (also called lobules), which create breast milk (mainly) in nursing women. Below is an image that depicts the human body of female breasts: Female Breast Anatomy What are Mammary Glands? Mammary glands are modified sweat glands that are present in Many years ago I was reading through the little newspaper that our city puts out to advertise community events. and women. Mammaries normally only function in women who are lactating (producing milk to nourish a baby) but technically, men have that ability too. What are the differences between male and female breasts? Man vs Female Breast and Nipple Male breasts are almost indistinguishable to female breasts. It is a little known fact that men, just like girls, possess mammary glands. While it rarely occurs, you will find men who have the skill to lactate and breastfeed. Despite the anatomical similarity, male and female breasts are viewed rather differently in America. That is mainly due to an overriding social and cultural affiliation between female breasts and sexuality. As formerly stated, female breasts are not sex organs, but they can be frequently viewed as sexual objects. Breasts are hypersexualized. They are used to sell all kinds of different products and to serve heterosexual male pleasure. But at the same time, women are shamed into covering them up. Actually, women are shamed even when they are trying to breastfeed, which will be the main biological function of breasts. Arby's advertisement using breasts to sell burgers and depicting breasts as things to freely catch and «drool over.» SuitSupply advertisements men's suits with topless girls Both men and women (and people of any sex) can derive sexual pleasure from their breasts and nipples. A guy's bare torso also can just as easily inspire lust in the opposite gender (or the same sex). This fact is usually dismissed because society has a tendency to blow off female sexual desires and will condemn sexual women by slut-shaming them. Most of the mainstream media in america is focused on the sexual desires of straight men. (This is unsurprising when you consider that most movies, TV shows and other media is directed and created by men and for men.) Besides torso hair, male and female breasts are not that different in appearance. Some men have larger breasts than particular women, which can be frequently pointed out by supporters of topfree equality for Hi, my names Kat and Im Jesss sister. Im 13 and Jess has asked me to write about nudism and going naked . The largest difference between a male and female breast is that one is sexualized and fetishized while the other is not. Breasts are not sexual in and of themselves. It is our society and culture that sexualizes them. Human Breasts in America: What're considered «ordinary» breasts? If we went by what we find in the media, we had believe «ordinary» female breasts are perfectly round, symmetrical, perky, with smooth skin, small pink nipples and substantial in size (or at least big enough to form a noticeable cleavage). Male breasts in the media are constantly muscular, well defined, chiseled and almost level. But this really is not reality! There's no «normal» standard for men or girls. Breasts, nipples and areolae come in all shapes, sizes and colours. They're able to be quite little with the nipple being the most defining attribute, others may be quite substantial and protrude a couple of inches from your body (and all sizes in between). Breasts can be round, cylindrical, sit high on the chest or droop down lower and they are all normal. Breast size also does not necessarily correspond with body type or size. Bigger girls may have little breasts and slimmer girls can have large breasts. (Losing or gaining weight can impact breast size, but it depends on someone's fat tissue and genetic make-up. Regardless, they'll only change up to a point and it is normally not a radical increase or decline in cup size.) Areolae and nipples differ in color and size. They come in all different colors of pink and brown. The size of the areola or nipple will not depend on breast size. Large breasts can have small areolae or nipples and vice versa. Nipples may additionally be «inverted,» which means they retract inward. This is normal and can be seen on both women and men. It is extremely common for girls to have asymmetrical breasts, where one is larger in relation to the other (even one cup size larger). «Sagging» is also quite common and completely normal. The skin that holds the breast will, over time, naturally assume a lower hanging standing as a result of gravitation and skin elasticity. In regards to breasts, the vast majority of variations are absolutely normal and shouldn't be any reason for worry. Why do breasts fluctuate so considerably from person to person? The different kinds of tissue in breasts, our muscle / fat composition and hormones can all change and they all discover what our breasts will look like. Or the easier answer is: genetics. For women, breasts also change throughout their lives and go through smaller changes during fertility / menstrual cycles. (* However, specialists warn that any sudden change in breast texture, size, shape or look should be reported to your physician promptly, as these might be signs of breast cancer or other potentially serious health problems.) The photo below is from Laura Dodsworth's novel, Bare Reality. She photographed 100 girls from all walks of life and requested them to share their stories about their breasts and bodies. The book explores many themes in relation to women's breasts, such as body image, sexuality, equality, breast cancer, femininity, what it indicates to be a woman, and more. It's an incredible piece of work that illustrates the diversity of women's bodies and women's outlook on them. Picture of female breasts and diversity from your Bare Reality endeavor http://barereality.net


 

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