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“If I wear a bathing suit with nipples printed on it, men will stop staring at my breasts”

July 1, 2014
A new bathing suit takes a different approach to the Free the Nipple movement—mocking breast haters by printing an exact replica on flesh-toned bathing suits.

“Why can’t girls be topless?” Chicago-based feminists Robyn Graves and Michelle Lytle ask on their website, The Tata Top. In the midst of the #FreeTheNipple movement and the continued battle for gender equality, Graves and Lytle have created a seemingly simple answer to that  problem: a nude-colored bikini printed with pink nipples—the perfect solution to baring it all without letting things hang out.

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The underlying goal of the bikini, however, is meant to desexualize the idea of female nipples and eliminate gendered double standards.

Right, because men who stare at women’s breasts are “breast-haters.”

Oh, and bet you didn’t know these gals sunbathing topless on the French Riviera are also “battling gender inequality”:

topless beach

They’ve been doing it for years!

There’s nothing like displaying something to the hilt to “desexualize” it. Just like the way the girl below is “desexualizing” her legs by wearing this tight minidress:

Sequin mini dress long sleeveYes, soon enough, “leg-haters” will be put to shame–and no man will ever stare at a girl’s legs again. No more “gendered double standards” here!

Posted by Charlotte Allen

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2 Comments
  1. Days of Broken Arrows permalink

    “The goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality.” — Roissy

  2. thanks for making it easier for me to undress you with my eyes. they sure put me in my place!

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