Why going braless isn’t the same at 60 (and it’s not what you’re thinking)

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  3. Gayle Fish says:

    Haha. I am 65. I have hardly worn a bra my entire life. I do have some ‘bralettes’ and I recently got nipple covers for when I wear sheer tops but…seriously? I will not regularly wear a bra EVER. Screw everyone who cares!

  4. M says:

    I’ve gone braless for years and don’t feel embarrassed or shamed. I am 63 years old and am small-breasted. My “pears” look pretty damn good and I don’t care who sees them. It’s a male construct to feel otherwise.

    If you want to get rid of your shame and embarrassment of bare breasts, go to France. Anywhere in France. Many women at all ages go braless and sometimes topless. It’s time that we as women set the example and show off our tits like men do. French people accept women’s boobs as just another body part: to feed babies, to be admired, to be coddled and to be loved.

  5. I really don’t understand why not wearing bras or having a visible nipple is such a scandalous thing to do?! I wish we didn’t grow up in such rigid views on women and sexuality.

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