Sexuality, Biology, And America’s Relationship With The Female Body « CBS Connecticut

Dr. Christine Smith, an associate professor of women and gender studies, as well as psychology and human development, at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, agreed.

“On the one hand, we see a lot of the female body, literally. And yet we are uncomfortable with women’s bodies as they are naturally,” she noted to CBS Connecticut. “Breastfeeding is a great example. We are a culture obsessed with breasts. [Yet] when we have women using breasts for exactly what they’re intended to be used for, they experience discrimination and discomfort from others.”

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