Secondly, I've just about had it with
small size leading to embarrassment for women. This has got to be one of the most ridiculous notions ever conceived.
Size is related to inherited characteristics, like
eye color, as well as diet and exercise.
Artificial enlargement or reduction has nothing to do with what women are, and a whole lot to do with what they want to be, or appear to be. There is no reason I can think of to allow oneself be judged by standards one has no say in or natural ability to measure up to. What would men do if an
artificial length of 10" were required for job applicants or college admission? Would the vast majority that couldn't measure up seek implantation of potentially harmful substances? I think not.
just like to add a few comments about things small.
Frequently, miniatures and "pint-sized" versions of things are found to be especially attractive. Such is the case for newborns in every known culture, as well as many animal species. Newborns, infants, and toddlers are generally told just how cute or adorable they are in the most tender tones and glowing terms. For some of us even a baby alligator may appear rather cute. I happen to think that that smaller than average
breasts on adult women are very attractive. And I'm always happy to learn that there are
men in the population that agree. Men often give their lovers "pet" names, a "special" name reserved for a special person in their life. Remember that most often
pets are small, cute and "special" to their owners.
Be yourself, no matter what size you are; someone somewhere probably thinks you are special.
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About the author
Akiko Tanaka is a freelance writer.
She attended the State University of New York, where she was a
double-major, and earned her BA in Anthropology, and another in
Language and Literature. Currently she is working towards forming an
image design company, to be known as alicia dezine. Some of her images
appear on the pages of this e-zine.