Now, I would assume that this goes without saying, but events in my life have led me to believe otherwise: my breasts, or anyone’s breasts for that matter, are not public property. It does not matter if they are big, small, fake, real, WHATEVER! They are the absolute private property of the person upon whose chest they reside.
Again, I thought that this was something that was just generally understood, but quite recently, I had an epiphany of sorts. Here’s what it was: Generally speaking (I can’t speak for everyone and this opinion is mostly based upon my own personal experience, and what I have observed in my limited circle of existence, etc), I have noticed that people tend to treat women with larger breasts, (boobs, titties, lady humps, chesticles or any other name/euphemism you can think of for the two fun bags taking up residence just below your clavicle) as if they are public property. What I mean by this is that people, both men and women, seem to think that it is okay to comment openly, stare unabashedly, and even touch uninvited when a woman has a large cup size.
To be fair, I have never noticed this happening to women with smaller or medium sized breasts. I also checked with a friend who is known for her stunning, 100% genuine Brazilian booty if she has a similar problem with her butt, and she responded with a firm no. I can only surmise that this is because, geographically speaking, a woman’s derrière is too close in proximity to her vagina. (Yes, I said vagina.) Again, this is just me postulating and trying to impress some logic on this whole thing.
Now, some people might be tempted to tell me that I am being overly sensitive, that this isn’t necessarily a negative thing, to take it as a compliment… Yada, yada, YADA! I am not overly sensitive, I generally take these things in stride, you know, ignore the blatant stares, and if someone makes the typical, “You’re boobs are huge/amazing, etc” comment, I reciprocate with an awkward thank you. But let’s get one thing straight. I am not a “touchy” person, not even with people I consider such close friends that they have practically been adopted into my family. Therefore, if I don’t know you, if you are a stranger, DON’T FUCKING TOUCH ME!
That being said, up until a I reached a certain point very recently, I even took to people who I do/do not know touching my boobs in long, gazelle-like strides. But, I kid you not, I have been groped, motor boated, jiggled and, just about in every way imaginable, had my breasts handled by complete strangers, both men and women. Although, I must say, I have noticed that it is women who more frequently “cop a feel”. I am not sure if it’s because they think that because it is female on female that that somehow makes it okay. I don’t know? But, let me say this, just because you are a woman does not make it okay for you to say hello that way.
Just this past weekend, I reached my breaking point.