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Free the Female Nipple

Why are women’s nipples, specifically, so taboo? Why are people so shocked by women’s nipples? Why do they have so much power?

Men have them. Women have them. We all demand equality and want to be treated equally, yet women are still vilified for 'indecent exposure' for showing something that both parties naturally have. Why only women? As if the public is simply too delicate to handle seeing female nipples. When did a nipple become offensive? Where do you draw the line at 'indecent'?


What is it about women’s nipples that can stir so much interest in today’s society? They are, after all, a normal part of all women regardless of race, ethnicity or religion.
I’m trying my best to understand why society looks upon women’s nipples as offensive. I understand the whole religious morality issue – even though, as an Atheist, I don’t agree with it. Women were taught since early childhood that displaying their nipples openly is offensive, slutty, and completely against societal mo…

Top 7 Strange Sculptures in Europe

Among the many traditional monuments and statues we can find around Europe, there are those whose sculptors appear to have departed completely from tradition. I picked out a few of the most interesting, surprising and strange ones I could find. 1. Monument to a woman’s handbag - Cuneo, Italy
A women's handbag is a very important wardrobe item. Psychologists say that by the handbag you can determine the nature and hobbies of a woman. 
The most famous monument to a women's handbag is in Cuneo, Italy.
2. Monument to the Unknown Bureaucrat - Reykjavik, Iceland
Several countries have monuments to the Unknown Soldier, but perhaps only Iceland has a sculpture honoring the job of the bureaucrat. 
This 1994 sculpture by Magnús Tómasson depicts a man in a suit holding a briefcase, with his head and shoulders subsumed in a slab of unsculpted stone.
3. Untitled 1986 (The Headington Shark) - Oxford, England
Untitled 1986 is a rooftop sculpture located at 2, New High Street, Headington, Oxford, En…