Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History
Publish date: 2012
Publisher: Text Publishing
Pages no: 338
Edition language: English
Breasts, I got a pair! I pretty much know their purpose: they turn men in to babies and help babies grow into toddlers. I also know they need to be squished between two metal plates once a year to screen for breast cancer. Other than that, what’s to know? Apparently lots of scary facts about how our...
Williams writes in the same style as Roach which is awesome but sometimes, just like in Roach's books, it bogs down the book. But overall this is an excellent book!
This book tells the story of breasts in our lives that as bearers of breasts may not even be aware of. It discusses how they will be the death of us all and how they can save lives.
At a time when women's health, women's rights and, you know, the basic idea that women are human beings capable of independent thought is often at the forefront of American political discussion, it's somewhat jarring to realize how little we know for sure about one of the body parts that makes us wo...
Breasts. They are really important. In fact, they are more important than you think. We are "mammals" because of them. Breasts (mammaries) and the ability to give milk to our young is what sets us apart from the rest of the Animal Kingdom. And even though they are incredibly crucial to human life as...
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