Nipple Discrimination

Nipple Discrimination

Joined: June 11th, 2002, 1:13 am

May 4th, 2003, 6:45 pm #1

Do you think the reason why female nipples(more so than the breast mass itself)are not allowed to be showed over male nipples that can be shown;is because female nipples are considered a part of sexual foreplay in many couples.
Maybe even though male nipples and basically any other part can be also it is not as widely thought of like that.
We know that breasts are for feeding babies but mainly in the US and some other countries they are considered sexual. Of course they can be like any other body part but that is not the reason for their existence. Nipple size and areola size has nothing to do for it being sexual. Imagine this, a man who is an athletically built bodybuilder like chest. Don't you think a female can find that sexual? Heck any body part on males and females can be sexual even if only one person thinks like that.It's ok
to get sexually excited with a body part but as long as you understand the real function of the body part to begin with. Well thanks for your time
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Mike
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May 5th, 2003, 12:10 am #2

There is no really good reason in my opinion for people to discriminate women's nipples. Yes they are sexy and attractive and all but they are meant for feeding babies and anything else is just what the individual person prefers for them to be used for. The government has no right to say nipples cant be exposed just based on them being sexual or sexually stimulating because then they'd have to ban every other part that is sexually arousing and before you know it we'd end up looking like Arab women. I really think we need to get all this sex crap out of our society. Sex is meant for the bedroom and thats where it should stay and anyplace else people should just accept breasts for what they are and not discriminate against them.
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May 5th, 2003, 2:23 am #3

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Melissa
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May 5th, 2003, 3:12 am #4

Do you think the reason why female nipples(more so than the breast mass itself)are not allowed to be showed over male nipples that can be shown;is because female nipples are considered a part of sexual foreplay in many couples.
Maybe even though male nipples and basically any other part can be also it is not as widely thought of like that.
We know that breasts are for feeding babies but mainly in the US and some other countries they are considered sexual. Of course they can be like any other body part but that is not the reason for their existence. Nipple size and areola size has nothing to do for it being sexual. Imagine this, a man who is an athletically built bodybuilder like chest. Don't you think a female can find that sexual? Heck any body part on males and females can be sexual even if only one person thinks like that.It's ok
to get sexually excited with a body part but as long as you understand the real function of the body part to begin with. Well thanks for your time
STAY TOPFREE AND TAKE CARE!!!!!!!
John put pretty well a few posts down as to why the nipple is the big target of laws. His thing about smiley face stickers is correct in some places but not the case in many others. Many laws (I know Georgia's are) also prohibit any part of the breast below the nipple. They aren't going to use that to arrest women in triangle top bikinis that show sides of the breast below the nipple they would use that clause to arrest women in pasties.

Setting aside the reason against women's breasts being publically visible, there's quite a problem when trying to declare exactly what is breast tissue and what isn't, because breasts are internal organs which move around beneath skin. Skin is obviously acceptable, but breast tissue beneath the skin isn't...

And it shifts around - there's a lot of points which may be "breast" if a woman is lying down, or bent over, that is not when she's in another position. And there's no clear line in some cases - the top boundary just kind of slowly curves until you're finding cleavage before you know it.

Some state laws spend paragraphs trying to mathematically define what is "breast" and what is "not breast", and in the end are completely ignored anyway.

Basically, there's only one thing that is undeniably part of a breast, and that's the nipple. So that's the target when it comes to prohibiting visible breasts.
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Franklin
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May 5th, 2003, 11:14 pm #5

There is no really good reason in my opinion for people to discriminate women's nipples. Yes they are sexy and attractive and all but they are meant for feeding babies and anything else is just what the individual person prefers for them to be used for. The government has no right to say nipples cant be exposed just based on them being sexual or sexually stimulating because then they'd have to ban every other part that is sexually arousing and before you know it we'd end up looking like Arab women. I really think we need to get all this sex crap out of our society. Sex is meant for the bedroom and thats where it should stay and anyplace else people should just accept breasts for what they are and not discriminate against them.
Mike said, "Sex is meant for the bedroom and thats where it should stay "

This would make a good poll question. Is sex REALLY meant for the bedroom, and ONLY the bedroom?

Or are we getting too far off the scope of this forum?

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May 5th, 2003, 11:17 pm #6

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Mike, try making one-sentence paragraphs and leave a blank line between paragraphs.
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LeRoy
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May 5th, 2003, 11:26 pm #7

John put pretty well a few posts down as to why the nipple is the big target of laws. His thing about smiley face stickers is correct in some places but not the case in many others. Many laws (I know Georgia's are) also prohibit any part of the breast below the nipple. They aren't going to use that to arrest women in triangle top bikinis that show sides of the breast below the nipple they would use that clause to arrest women in pasties.

Setting aside the reason against women's breasts being publically visible, there's quite a problem when trying to declare exactly what is breast tissue and what isn't, because breasts are internal organs which move around beneath skin. Skin is obviously acceptable, but breast tissue beneath the skin isn't...

And it shifts around - there's a lot of points which may be "breast" if a woman is lying down, or bent over, that is not when she's in another position. And there's no clear line in some cases - the top boundary just kind of slowly curves until you're finding cleavage before you know it.

Some state laws spend paragraphs trying to mathematically define what is "breast" and what is "not breast", and in the end are completely ignored anyway.

Basically, there's only one thing that is undeniably part of a breast, and that's the nipple. So that's the target when it comes to prohibiting visible breasts.
Manatee County, Florida, USA, has an ordinance that the nipple and one-fouth of the protruding breast skin has to be covered.

A small-breasted, "flat-chested" female can wear a covering over her nipples and little else.

Legally, a pre-pube "girl" can go topless, and I have seen very young girls topless on the county beaches.
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Mike
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May 6th, 2003, 12:18 am #8

Mike said, "Sex is meant for the bedroom and thats where it should stay "

This would make a good poll question. Is sex REALLY meant for the bedroom, and ONLY the bedroom?

Or are we getting too far off the scope of this forum?
I just dont think that sex should be anywhere else because when it is people get the wrong ideas about it and abuse it and end up making people think things about their bodies that isnt true and it gets people to have sex before they should. Like in the media and places like MTV. Places like MTV shouldnt have sex on their shows because they are way too immature to handle such a subject and really should stick to playing music because after all they are called MusicTV and they really should just stick to playing music and not bothering with all this sexual and psychological crap about relationships and world affairs and that stuff because they just screw with everyone's minds. They only tell things from the celebs point of veiw and they tend to say f--- this and f--- that every sentence too. Its organizations like MTV that make me feel like sex should stay in the bedroom where it belongs.
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Mike
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May 6th, 2003, 12:22 am #9

Manatee County, Florida, USA, has an ordinance that the nipple and one-fouth of the protruding breast skin has to be covered.

A small-breasted, "flat-chested" female can wear a covering over her nipples and little else.

Legally, a pre-pube "girl" can go topless, and I have seen very young girls topless on the county beaches.
Well its well known that pre adolescent girls can go topfree almost anywhere, thats almost legal in all states till at least 10 yrs old or when they hit puberty, point is not many girls do it because they are taught otherwise.

In Florida there are lots of people who go topfree so it either is legal to do so or no one bothers to inforce the ordinance or doesnt know about it or doesnt care to inforce such a small and unimportant ordinance. I think most cops just consider it a waste of time and tell the people who complain to go chase themselves or they just laugh at them.
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Joined: October 11th, 2002, 2:45 am

May 6th, 2003, 3:03 am #10

I just dont think that sex should be anywhere else because when it is people get the wrong ideas about it and abuse it and end up making people think things about their bodies that isnt true and it gets people to have sex before they should. Like in the media and places like MTV. Places like MTV shouldnt have sex on their shows because they are way too immature to handle such a subject and really should stick to playing music because after all they are called MusicTV and they really should just stick to playing music and not bothering with all this sexual and psychological crap about relationships and world affairs and that stuff because they just screw with everyone's minds. They only tell things from the celebs point of veiw and they tend to say f--- this and f--- that every sentence too. Its organizations like MTV that make me feel like sex should stay in the bedroom where it belongs.
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