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From the age of about 4 or 5 boys become aware of women's breasts and have an innate desire to see them as much as possible. But they were often expressly told that if a woman happens to be exposed, for what ever reason, boys should look away and not stare at them. Boys being boys woud resort to taking furtive glances at them. Now some ladies on this site have revealed what men and boys have often dreamt about. That is many women love to have their breasts seen and their beauty slowly taken in like a fine wine. Yes we men love to see them and only wish that more women would be more overt in their desire to have them seen. Historically women have alway played a major role in humans development as social beings. I believe that it would be a wonderful thing and a blessing to society if the ladies would push more for baring not only their breasts but their entire bodies. I would follow them to the end if they also adopted a policy of allowing men to be completely nude where ever they may be.
I completely disagree.
I am 58 now, and I have been gay all of my life. I can never remember staring at a woman's breasts, but I do know that I would stare at a man's nether regions more often than not. The first time I saw a naked man, when I was taking swimming lessons in the first grade, the older high school boys were the teacher's aids and would shower at the same time as I and my brother would be changing to go home, these were summer lessons. I was mesmerized by the naked men in the locker room and wondered when I would look the same as them. I didn't understand why I felt the way I did at the time, but certainly it was explained to me later in my mind.
Assuming all men, or women for that matter, are the same and that we all stare at the same things and have the same desires, is so against how we as a society should be thinking at this point in time.
I absolutely disagree with your opinion.
From the age of about 4 or 5 boys become aware of women's breasts and have an innate desire to see them as much as possible.
I don't think that any boy at that age is interested in women's breasts. I was at nudist beaches and resorts with my parents since I was 7 and the breasts of a women was nothing special for me. My interest in the female body was aroused with puberty. Nobody has to look away if he sees a girl with sexy breasts but to stare at them is very unpolite.
And I agree with you in your disagreement with a previous post.
I absolutely disagree with your opinion.From the age of about 4 or 5 boys become aware of women's breasts and have an innate desire to see them as much as possible.I don't think that any boy at that age is interested in women's breasts. I was at nudist beaches and resorts with my parents since I was 7 and the breasts of a women was nothing special for me. My interest in the female body was aroused with puberty. Nobody has to look away if he sees a girl with sexy breasts but to stare at them is very unpolite.Boys that age are not likely to give much notice to breasts -- especially if they are raised in a nude household.
Clothing is not the solution; it is the problem.
At that age I didn't really notice boobs till I was 7. Then again I really don't remember much in my younger years.
I lived in a clothing dominant house so seeing nude people in general was not a thing. After I turned 7 I wanted to know what the opposite sex looked like and like most boys in my neighborhood we would try our best to see a nude girl whenever we could. Just like the girls in the town wanted to see what a boy without his pants would look like.
We never dared to ask the opposite sex to be nude because we didn't want to get into trouble because small town folk love to talk and living in a small town means everyone go to church except for me. Yea not a popular person. And the churches would hammer in nudity is a sin. Only your spouse can see you nude unless your in the presence of a doctor or in the bath. Talk about brain washing. So an entire generation was taught to always look away or cover up or God is going to punish you for showing off what you have. I can tell stories of how this line of thinking messed people up in that town