Here a boob, there a boob,
Everywhere a boob-boob,
Old Man did you see that girl, E-I-E-I-O
I’m using my version of a nursery rhyme, because it’s part of the story that you’ll read later.
Now we usually don’t cover these type of things, but women usually do, only not today.
As you see in our original Tweet headline: “Women Act Like Such Boobs” we are trying to be a little funny on something that is controversial, natural, odd, eye-opening and maybe not the right way to go.
I come from a family of two older sisters and I am all for women’s rights. Even though I would hope I’m not around to see them participate.
This whole thing started long ago.
1848: First women’s rights convention
1893: Colorado is the first state to adopt an amendment giving women the right to vote. The 19th Amendment passed by Congress on June 4, 1919 and was confirmed on August 18, 1920.
1896: The National Association of Colored Women is formed
1921: Margaret Sander founds the American Birth Control League, which changed into Planned Parenthood in 1942
2008: The Topless organization began.
2015: GoTopless has their 8th annual event in Venice California, New York’s Inaugural event.
So I told my wife, “I’m going to see some boobs”, all was fine until some time passed and I called to touch base. Well this is not the focus of this post, so I’ll leave that to your imagination and how would your loved one react. However all is fine.
Small, Big, Up, Down, Left, Right, all around different boobs. As different as the people they are on.
The first one I spoke to was a Conservative. I found out because I asked “Do you lean a certain way politically or something like that I forget, honestly I was a little embarrassed. I was curious if conservatives would be too conservative to expose themselves. But no problem with her and her boyfriend. Another said ” Democrat” firmly and “No, we would not vote for Trump”.
Now this is Bryant Park in New York City where they finally wound up after their parade. And notice everyone is kinda going along with their business of soaking in the rays, relaxing, talking, very little gawking as far as I saw. But then again this is NY, how would this play out in other areas?
So far, all was ok, mostly adults around, but then I heard that familiar squeal of kids running around where I saw this, hmm?
Now this is where I can say:
• Hey its nudity, nobody is getting hurt, everyone is in a sort of a hippie mood.
• Kids may have a funny line when they see something like this, but then its play time.
• Kids have no choice but to go along with the ride we put them on.
So its hard to say how I feel about this. Considering that I am always pulling my shirt out of the folds of my stomach and pulling my pants up to hide my rolls. If I was so comfortable with my body, would I do this? Is this where most people get that disgusted face from, the fear of being in that situation? Maybe if I had a Herculean body?
I personally am ok with it, but for blogging out loud)) it’s the kids I get concerned about. However, it’s a peaceful event. Unfortunately, the kids will have terrorists to worry about, so looking at the whole picture, this is a small concern.))