Breasts: boys’ toys or best baby food ever?

Have you had your silicon implant fix today? Hmm?

This is a miss-take on the old sensual Saturday music themes of old. If this breast talk offends anyone I’m not apologizing because, after all, breasts have been around as long as humans in any variety. Without them Homo sapiens wouldn’t be here. Newsflash– baby formula is a profit motivated industry and boy oh boy, have modern folks bought into it big time.  In the OLD days, if a mother couldn’t feed her baby for some reason, then a wet-nurse was found to provide sustenance. Yes, other women fed the babies of other mothers. Imagine that.

* Now consider what this is all about:

Is that sexy or what? Hmm? I’m still waiting for the male underwear model version of this to hit prime time television.  Anyone got any information on THAT? What?!


Hmmm, just another profit driven industry?


Is all this breast business really all only sexual attraction?

Medical reconstructive surgery for breast cancer patients aside, of course.

Ironically, sex, not the stork,  is the means for procreation. Shhhh, don’t tell the people who don’t like sex education in schools about this or they may do something drastic to shut down the sharing of the facts.  Mother Nature doesn’t comprehend the people who are offended when women breastfeed their babies in public. Heavens forbid anyone should see the real thing doing what it was created to do. Does it sound like I’ve got an agenda here? Yeah, I suppose it does. Hmm….who’d have thunk it?


What do babies need? Food. Where does it come from? No, not from the Gerber factory.  It comes from some glands. Who knew?



Wow, women have breasts for something other than filling out bikinis and bras for interested parties to ogle and grope. So much for second basing.

As for the next video, the Islamic element was unexpected but not distracting , and of all the videos I viewed on the tubes of you this one made the points that interested me in the manner I found most appealing today: bonding, nutrition, IQ, stress reduction.  The text flows a little fast for my reading speed so you might want to hit pause when a new frame appears.  I suspect there’s some irony loitering in between these lines at the moment.


Why this post at this point?

It’s about time I got this off my chest.  🙂

I feel so much lighter already.

Comments? Questions? Funny stories?

Anyone care to share the money numbers on the breast implant or the baby formula industries?  If not, I’ll try to update with some $$$$ information when time allows.  Thanks for visiting. Refreshments are in your fridge. I’m having pistachios and pomegranate juice. 🙂 Cheers.


  1. September 29, 2014 at 8:43 am

    Thank you labellestudio. I appreciate the thumbs up!

  2. September 28, 2014 at 4:33 am

    I think that women’s breasts have been sexualized to mean stimulation for the male more so than for breastfeeding. I think that the reason why so many people have a problem with seeing women breastfeed in public is because of how the media portrayal of what women’s breasts are for,please excuse me for saying this, for the ‘titillation’ of the male. And since the media is basically owned by males, this myth will continue to be perpetuated that the female breasts sole purpose is to ‘titillate’ the male, not feed her child. And of course again, women are fed the BS that ‘formula’ for babies is just as good as breast milk which we know is a lie, but if you’ve seen the price of formula, you’d know why that is touted as better for the baby when in fact, it’s better for the corporate bottom line. That is another reason why breast feeding is discouraged in public. If it catches on, well that puts paid to the corporate bottom line. Not to forget that many poor women are not in a position to breastfeed their young when they cannot take them on their jobs.

    Of course milk can be pumped and stored but how many poor people are going to do that? It’s a win-win for men and corporate America, as usual.

    • September 28, 2014 at 4:53 am

      Bulls-eye! Nicely done,Shelby. Thank you, that word, ‘titillation’ was the one evading me the entire time I was composing this little ditty.
      What are we going to do about the state of woman-kind?

      • September 28, 2014 at 5:06 am

        Well, we have an uphill battle ahead of us because those who control the media do their job extremely well and those of us who try and counter their poison with facts are not ‘making the news’. We can but try like you did when you posted this. I’ve tried to make women see that all the horrors that are thrown at them to use as birth control is something that they need to look into and question why birth control seems to be aimed solely at women while men don’t get the same barrage of birth control devices coming down the pike for them to use. They don’t have to lie on a table and get steel inserted into an area of their body that is extremely tender and sensitive. They are not subjected to what we are and again, it goes back to the fact that women haven’t really connected with one another enough to beat the media snakes at their own game. We’ve got power, but we just don’t use it.

        ..and to piggyback on my other comment. To show you how serious the situation with women is as to what their breasts are for, there was an article about there being a shortage of silicone breast implants. In Venezuela and Brazil, they are running out of big size silicone implants.

        This is worse than ridiculous!

      • September 28, 2014 at 9:18 am

        I would also say “congratulations on this one!”. Shelby Courtland´s comment has nailed it completely!

      • September 28, 2014 at 4:50 pm

        ((labellestudio)) great to find you’re in agreement here. 🙂

  3. Lisa said,

    September 28, 2014 at 12:21 am

    Agreed! I breastfed all four of my babies… in public. Well said, Eva! (I was drinking peach tea)

    • September 28, 2014 at 12:44 am

      Hello Lisa. I bet your girls are very healthy and happy as a result. OOO peach tea iced is nice. 🙂

      • Lisa said,

        September 28, 2014 at 1:03 am

        Not to say my husband is unhappy… err… at least I don’t think he is… lol! 😉

      • September 28, 2014 at 3:02 am

        Ahhh we’re talking about babies here–at least I AM. LOL.

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