Women in Fort Collins, Colorado, are a little freer now that a federal judge has halted an ordinance prohibiting the public baring of female breasts. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson granted an injunction on Wednesday, writing that the municipal ordinance discriminated against women and reinforced negative stereotypes.
According to a new study wherein people wore eye tracking gear while looking at pictures of models with different body types, men look at breasts and waists for longer periods of time than they look at faces. And since they spend so much time staring at that general area, women with hourglass figures were not only looked at more, they were rated as having better personalities. Because just like Sir Mix-a-Lot says, if she's got an itty-bitty waist and a round thing in your face, her personality is also probably scintillating.
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Cassey Ho, US fitness instructor photoshopped her body in order to represent the perfect figure from various periods in history. Ho, of Instagram account Blogilatesrecruited a digital artist to tweak her Pilates-honed frame into the ideal body shape from eras like the Italian renaissance, the 's, the '90s and today. She shared the doctored images in a Insta post this week to show her 1. Clicking through the pics show how Ho's waist, hips and derriere grow and shrink according to the fashion of the time.
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When Sue Cook was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancerdoctors warned her she was unlikely to survive. So when a double- mastectomy saved her life but left her with an enormous scarthe year-old knew a tattoo would help her regain control over her body. Cook, who is from Wrightington near Wigan and works in the arts, was told she had breast cancer in
Twenty-seven-year-old fashion designer Dana Donofree was out shopping for her honeymoon when she got the call: A small lump she found a week earlier had tested positive for an aggressive form of breast cancer called Infiltrative Ductal Carcinoma. She needed a double mastectomy and six rounds of chemo immediately. Three weeks and one postponed wedding later, both of her breasts were gone, and as she discussed reconstruction with her surgeon she made the decision to opt out of one key element: nipples.