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The Brassier

Should You Wear a Brassier?

A brassiere or bra is an item of women’s underwear consisting of two cups that totally or partially cover or support the breasts and there is considerable debate as to the merits as to weather one should wear a bra or not.

For Balance

Most women will notice her breasts are slightly uneven, one may be slightly larger and one may sit lower than the other. So here wearing a bra creates the illusion of uniformity.

For Support

It is claimed that wearing a bra supports the breasts and eliminates sagging or the effect of gravity. However there is no evidence to support this theory, but it certainly helps the bra manufacturers to make

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Body and Self

How we see ourselves and each other.

Beauty the way God made us and the vehicle of our existence. A Hegre Art Image

We live in an age of political correctness and a great deal of confusion about who we are in for a great many reasons. Yet by and large we have come to identify ourselves as being a combination of our physical body, our mind and even spirit for those who believe or perceive.

When we think about our body self, it is really about how we perceive ourselves and how we identify ourselves. When a public official asks our identity, we give our name and governmental record number. When a

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The Function and Morality of Clothing

The ways we dress and why

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Over these thousands of years we have moved from animal skin cloaks, through a long period of rough-sown garments and simple footwear to highly sophisticated clothing and footwear not only for protection from all manner of extreme conditions, but also to define our character, personal identity and role in life.

Anthropologists think that we humans began wearing clothing about 200,000 years ago as we became a distinct new species, but primarily clothing was to protect ourselves from the elements. It’s quite obvious that we need layers of clothing when the weather it’s cold, waterproof clothing when it rains, and when we are engaged in physical activities related to our work

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Fashion and Health

The clothes we wear and social change

Anthropologist’s estimate that we began using clothing about 200,000 years ago, but we would unlikely recognise it as clothing today because it was crudely cut and stitched animal skins. Up until about 30,000 years ago, very little changed in terms of body coverings which only existed to protect against the cold.

In terms of how people saw each other in terms of anthropology, women were valued by the men for their ability to assist with food gathering and preparation, and producing strong healthy children. Women only saw men for their value as providers, but what anthropologist cannot say much about is that people probably had a similar sense of attraction towards each other

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