Anyone with large breasts has dealt with breast sweat, and it can get really annoying on hot days. I’ve seen everything from disposable bra inserts that soak up the sweat to actual antiperspirant that you apply under your breasts, much like underarm antiperspirant.
If you sweat a lot, and the problem is out of control, it might not hurt to try it. I actually sweat quite a bit lately, but a quick swipe with an alcohol soaked cottonball generally fixes the problem; the alcohol helps evaporate the moisture (creating an instant cooling effect) and also creates an environment that isn’t conducive to microbial growth.
Cristen from Stuff Mom Never Told You recently covered this, and shared the results of her web research as well as her own thoughts on the whole breast sweat problem.
Cristen of Stuff Mom Never Told You is back with another Herstory interview, this time with Mary Phelps Jacob. Jacob is often credited with the creation of the bra, but the reality isn’t quite so clear cut.
Stuff Mom Never Told You is full of witty, interesting, fun, and intelligent content. Cristen covers a wide variety of topics on her channel, and I recommend it to everyone. The focus is on women, but that doesn’t mean that men can’t learn from and enjoy the content.
Right now the basic colors of the Original Body by Victoria Lightly Lined and Unlined bras in DD and DDD sizes are only $16.99! That’s cheaper than the regular sizes. So go grab one before they’re gone!
Original Body by Victoria Perfect Coverage Bra
Original Body by Victoria Unlined Perfect Coverage Bra
I think I’ll skip the whole “women are enormously oversexualized in comics” debate. There has been so much talk on the issue that I hardly think my opinion would add anything to that discussion, but if you’re interested, there’s a great article over at Comics Alliance called Art and Superheroines: When Over-Sexualization Kills the Story by David Brothers.
I think I’ll let Gal Gadot address this one herself. This comes from a translation of the Hebrew interview here:
It’s been said that you’re too skinny for the part. Wonder Woman is large-breasted, is that going to change?
Hmm. I represent the Wonder Woman of the new world. Breasts… anyone can buy for 9,000 shekels and everything is fine. By the way, Wonder Woman is amazonian, and historically accurate amazonian women actually had only one breast. So, if I’d really go “by the book”…it’d be problematic.
I thought I’d let you all know that I just started a blog called Insomnia Insanity, and it will cover all sorts of sleeping disorders. There will be discussion on the weird and freaky world of parasomnias as well as all the latest research.
Don’t worry, the DDD Review will still be here, and I’ll be updating it with new posts as usual.
While I understand the effort to gain more viewers by doing an episode on breast studies, I’m thoroughly disappointed in D News’s latest video. Numbers 5-4 are studies that didn’t need to be done. And the number 1 spot is taken by that thoroughly idiotic non-study about wearing bras leading to sagging breasts by Professor Jean-Denis Rouillon of Universite de Franche-Comte.
Rouillon’s research shouldn’t have been included because he hasn’t published ANY study, and we only have his opinion on his “preliminary findings”, which don’t include information on breast size, ages, and length of time each woman was followed. While he says he’s been doing the research for 15 years, at least one of his subjects has only been participating for two years. There is absolutely no data at this time showing that what he says is true, but it is clear that he’s willing to forgo scientific rigor in order to get recognition for work he hasn’t even completed yet.
It’s a nice sweater with enough stretch to allow me to buy a normal size without sizing up for my bust. My only real peeve is that the color is not as shown on the website.
I purchased the “Medium Heather Grey” (3sw), and what I got was a marled black/medium grey sweater. It looks great, but it isn’t at all like the swatch.
Another thing you’ll want to take into account is that this is a body-skimming sweater that is intended to be form-fitting. Buy your normal size.
The pockets hit at the hip, and since this is a form-fitting piece, they add width at the hip. Since I have tiny hips and a large bosom, I actually love this effect, but more “normal” proportioned women might not appreciate it.
Tunic-length with a high-low hem and contoured shape, this ribbed cardigan is an easy layer on chilly days.