Breasts can be pleasurable to play with, for both the giver and the recipient alike. Some women can even have orgasms from breast play alone. Others need breast play in combination with clitoral or vaginal stimulation.
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Shopping at my local pharmacy last week, I was taken aback by a product on the counter: “self check breast cream”. Sorry, what? Breast self-examination cream? Is that even a thing? Looking closer at the bright pink display, I discovered a sales campaign in full swing, seemingly timed to coincide with 'breast cancer awareness month'.
Two dollars from each tube sold was going to a breast cancer charity, and there was a ready-to-use social media hashtag – #IPledgeToCheck. In large font was the message 'self checking your breasts is important'.
This is a fairly familiar message. But is it true? The evidence is surprisingly complicated.
If you have breasts, you've probably figured out a sports bra's most important job: preventing the pain that can come from bouncing as you jog or jump. The idea that the right bra can prevent sagging over time, though, is somewhere between a myth and a guess.