Access the latest, research-backed information about our most commonly asked questions on the Breastfeeding Helpline.Sore breasts and nipples Concerns with low milk supply Baby refusing the breast Expressing and storing breastmilk Positioning and attachment Do you know someone who is pregnant or a new parent?Breast Expansion This one is a particular hit among breast partialists.The kink revolves around rapid and often unrealistic breast growth. Mark Griffiths describes the fetish in his blog post “Bosom Buddies.” Some like seeing A cups turn into D cups.She insists that the ancient women of Çatalhöyük decorated shrine walls with images of disembodied breasts, allowing them to exist all on their own and revering them as “instruments of motherhood.” It wasn’t until what she terms the “patriarchal revolution” took place that the breast was assigned a sexual significance. In Desmond Morris explains that in apes, the female’s round, padded buttock operates as a sex-signaling device, letting the male know when to approach.As humans evolved toward bipedalism and began engaging in face-to-face copulation, we needed a similar way to signal sex.It’s for this purpose that breasts took on the round fleshy shape they are characterized by today.Lately, it seems that signaling has gotten a little out of hand.
According to a report released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there were 286,254 breast-augmentation procedures performed in the United States in 2014.Give them a unique and practical present – ABA membership! Come to a relaxed, information-packed Breastfeeding Education Class for expectant mothers and their partners!Giving the gift of membership will connect your friend or loved one to all of the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA)’s support services and networks. Take those stats, shake in the state of pop culture and it seems our fascination with breasts is here to stay.But for those who think there’s no new territory left to explore, dig deeper.