It’s not that I mind seeing breasts everywhere; after all, I have two of my own that I quite like. But it’s disheartening that breasts are often considered more interesting than the people they’re attached to – as if we’re an afterthought compared to our body parts.

My latest at the Guardian US on how women are reclaiming their racks. #sorrynotsorry (via jessicavalenti)

Exactly my thoughts whenever I see just another design focused on cleavage window or boobplate, while serving no practical function or informing us nothing about who wears it.


(via bikiniarmorbattledamage)

Bringing this back as the general reminder that there’s certainly nothing wrong with loving boobs, but definitely something wrong with placing them ahead of the people who have them.

Thinking female characters as people, rather than just sexualized bodies, should not be a rare and radical approach.

– wincenworks