The dress was a little tight to move the It’s not a dad bod premium shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this sleeve up to get the shot, so I kind of removed it from the top like this I just told my mom that she was overreacting and said to grow up. It’s just an item of clothing, so next time do not stare or judge a woman if she exposes her bra strap. I have to wear a bra especially out in public, due to having natural big boobs. Because they are like that and weigh more they’re not going to defy gravity. In France people don’t regard nipples as a taboo. If they are visible under your t-shirt, it isn’t a matter and no one would look. No, bare breasted attire is part of some African tribal culture. There is nothing embarrassing or shameful if you live among these people. Of course, people who are not exposed to this culture may not understand, especially foreigners and those who think they have been enlightened by a western lifestyle. I have lived in Namibia, you will encounter bare breasted women of the Himba tribe in the city centre and shops. You can even share a taxi seat with such women. The first time I saw Himba women, I thought it was a beautiful scene to have cultures express themselves, the freedom to wear their traditional attire without being ridiculed, judged or shamed. I think that is part of the UN cultural diversity objective anyway.
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Why are we supposed to dress in western attire? It’s very sad to visit or stay in countries where people have lost their dress traditions. I think we should respect our diversity. In the It’s not a dad bod premium shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this west, people embrace homosexuality, something which is abominable in Africa, so why should a westerner be concerned about bare breasted women in Africa? Unlike in western countries, breasts are not regarded as sexual objects among most African tribes. While the Himba dressing style is a daily attire, there are some tribes who will only wear the bare breasted attire for annual traditional festivals, for example the Swazi and Zulu reed dance. As you can see, I am at liberty to post these cultural festival pictures because they are not censured by mainstream media. To begin with, there is no sexual connotation in these cultural festivals. Only perverts with dirty minds will deduce some fantasies from seeing or attending these festivals. On the other hand, the media will censure a bare breasted picture of a white woman at a beach or party because clearly that ain’t a cultural thing free of sexual connotations. Sex is heavily advertised in western countries, in movies, music and commercials. So you really can’t compare a bare breasted African tribeswoman with a nappy headed westerner in thongs. The former is undertaking a ceremonial process and the later is advertising their sexuality or physical assets:
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