Letters from the Lunar Outpost

Good character is not formed in a week or a month. It is created little by little, day by day. Protracted and patient effort is needed to develop good character.
- Sivananda, Indian Physician and Sage (1887-1963)

Small Breasts, Big Breasts

Ha ha! See, it’s funny because they should swap plates so the small-breasted girl could eat more and have bigger breasts . . .

Being a married man, I don’t actually look at other women’s breasts anymore (and that’s the worst lie I’ve ever tried to float at this blog) but were I a single guy, I would honestly have just as much fun with either one of that pair of women, or either one of those pairs.

So a new study tells us men who like big breasts are more sexist. Seriously, how do studies like this even get funded? You needed to do a study to find out there are millions of big breast obsessed and sexist Al Bundys in America? All you have to do is listen to an hour or two of The Howard Stern Show to know guys who are obsessed with big breasts tend to view women as sex objects.

Howard Stern is one of the funniest guys alive, I’ve read both of his books, laughed through the movie Private Parts and listened to his radio show for a couple years back in the day, but the guy is unrepentant in looking at women as sex objects and his fixation on big breasts is just a direct extension of that. The bigger the implants, the better they are in his mind, in fact, you could even say there is no greater advocate for plastic surgery in America than Howard Stern.

I couldn’t be any more different how I view it, although sometimes it’s best to keep it to yourself. I was one of the groomsmen at a friend’s wedding some years back, lovely bride, beautiful ceremony (and God bless them, they’re still married.) After the dinner, with everyone high in the spirits, I’m hanging out with my buddy Ray and his girlfriend at the time, and we’re exchanging pleasantries about how nice everything was and how lovely the bride was and how gorgeous that one bridesmaid looked with a handsome guy like me escorting her down the aisle – alright, she was gorgeous on her own – and I said she was definitely gorgeous, but did you see how fake those boobs of her’s were?

What followed was my worst outbreak of foot-in-mouth disease ever (okay, let’s just say it ranks up there.) I began a bit of a monologue on how I just don’t understand the whole fake breasts thing and that God doesn’t make mistakes and that getting fake breasts is like a slap in the face to God and, and . . . and I might have been going on as long as twenty or thirty seconds before I noticed the two of them just staring at me expressionless before I realized I hadn’t even considered the possibility that Ray’s girl Tracy had fake boobs as well. At that point, what could I do but just apologize, do a facepalm and mutter something about being such a dumbass.

Of course, I’ve always known that what a woman does with her appearance is her own business and that my theory of “just go with what God gave you” is nothing more than personal preference, but that one moment was sufficiently embarrassing that ever since, I’ve managed to keep my opinion to myself in casual conversation.

The truth is, getting a bigger rack may indeed get a woman a few more head turns, so I may be a bit in the minority of men on this, but myself personally, as wonderful as cleavage is, I also think perky is just as nice. A-cups, b-cups, c-cups, and on and on to the truly ginormous, thank goodness I have enough self-control to always look women directly in their eyes because I love breasts of all shapes and sizes.

As a matter of fact, going by the findings of the study, I may be the least sexist of all the men you know.

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9 Responses to Study Finds Men Who Like Big Breasts Are More Sexist

  • Thanks Mike from a DD, who would love to be an A, getting too old to deal with this “shelf”. LOL
    Enjoyed your comments, but why do they do these studies?

    • I know the feeling well.

      Studies on large breasts is a waste of money. If being paid for with tax payer funds then it should stop immediately.

  • My wife complains about hers being a lot to carry around also. Sometimes I have to plead with her to stop talking about maybe getting a reduction.

    Seriously though, why do they do these studies? Next thing you know, they’ll do a study to prove water is wet.

    • Hmm ya that “study” wanted to prove that men who love big boobs (and freely admit it) are sexist?
      Since I’m now down to a 40F/ 40G depends on the cut… yet prior to weight loss I wore a 46JJJ! Ya that’s right 3 J s as in “J”ackasses…
      Of course ya get the random rude comments but funnier than that most of these “big boob lovers” my friend and I have met are total pushovers bitten they will behave how you tell them to…. €giggles) Sure we are ALL a bit sexist who cares but most of these boob lovers or boob fetish folks will behave as they are told ROFLMAO…. Technically even discussing a woman based solely on her breasts could be considered sexist by some right…. Lol

      I always encourage women to be happy with their starter kit…… NO IMPLANTS! Unless of course it’s replacements due to cancer those warriors can do as they please!

  • Mike, very funny and appreciate your honesty. Implants may be necessary to some women and that’s ok. What’s somewhat pathetic is how obsessed the male population is with breasts and, on the flip side, how many women use their breasts to make up for shortfalls in their personalities. I myself appreciate beauty of all types, but when women expose themselves like in your featured image on this post, I think it’s not only unattractive and classless, but very telling about the woman herself. For example, the recent Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, to me, is pretty gross. So the model has boobs…ok…but seriously, I look at that cover (not for long because I’m embarrassed for the girl) and all I think is, “It looks like she’s lactating.”
    Keep “up” the good fight with your eyes. 🙂 JZB

    • LOL at “it looks like she’s lactating.” I don’t know what’s up with men and our fixation with breasts (and I have to include myself in that, it just so happens that I’m an “all-breast” fan, rather than the “big-breast” fan, so putting the study aside, that may make me even worse than the big breast fan because I like ’em all!) but it’s funny that you mention the lactating, because I’ve often thought there’s something like a desire to return to infancy in the desire to bury ourselves in them and I’m sure Freud would have a field day with explanations.

      Must kind of suck for girls to wear their puberty right out on their chests, I think it must be even worse for the early bloomers than the late, but that’s also when boys are first getting their own hormones going, so that first visual evidence of the difference is pretty powerful for us on the boys side, and there begins a lifelong visual love affair for most of us.

      By the way, your books look beautiful . . . books, just to be clear, I said books. 😉

    • One last thought on how you were talking about feeling embarrassed for the women showing all that cleavage, I love your modesty, and it may be an unfortunate reality, but a lot of women will keep doing it because the men ogling them is their positive feedback.

  • Ok wait Mike, you plead with your wife not to get a reduction tho’ she’s uncomfortable?
    hmmm….

    • I know and if she were smart, she’d probably say, “Okay, you want me to keep them, I want you to go around one day with a bra and two watermelons and see how your back feels at the end of the day.”

      Thankfully she doesn’t read this blog because she knows all the stories and opinions anyways, but trust me, Kim, I have thought about how it’s a bit of a selfish request on my part, but I just like the ones I married, we have the same back and forth about her contacts, she likes to go for the colored ones, I want her to stick with the brown eyes I married, we have the same thing about my hair, she likes the short haired guy she married, I keep trying to return to the long-haired dude I was in my twenties.

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