Study: Motherhood Makes Women Happier with the Size and Shape of Their Breasts

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
June 20, 2019

Motherhood is good for women.

Daily Mail:

Becoming a mother makes women more comfortable with their bodies, according to a new study.

Researchers found that, in general, women who were unhappy with the size and shape of their breasts had a more negative overall body image.

But after having a child they tended to be happier with their cup size, which in turn gave them a more positive outlook on the rest of their bodies.

New mothers may turn their focus to thinking of their breasts as useful for feeding their child instead of obsessing over how they look, the scientists suggested.

Breasts are not meant to be put on display for 20 years through revealing clothing as a power-grabbing mechanism. Women who become mothers embrace their most defining nature, and getting closer to nature results in a lot of the artificial weight of the modern world being lifted off of one’s shoulders.

Nowadays women are told that they don’t need to be mothers, that they can work and do the things men do, and that they’re equal to men.

If they are equal to men then their value is not in motherhood and their capacity to grow life, so where is their value?

Is it in their physical appearance? Are they just dolls?

Is it in their ability to make PowerPoint presentations for $60,000 a year? Are they just drones?

Denying the value of motherhood is the ultimate objectification of women.

When women are told that they don’t have to become mothers, what they’re actually told is that the one thing that only they are capable of doing is not worth it, and that they should instead focus on imitating what men do.

It is evil.

Being a mother is the single most important thing a woman can do. There is literally no other reason for them to exist. If men could reproduce without them – through fission or spores or something – women would not exist.

Nothing can fulfill a woman – or any other living being for that matter – except doing what she was biologically designed to do.