https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_Serve_Man = https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_Serve_Man_%28The_Twilight_Zone%29 = My Site http:howgoogleservesman.com (It's A Cookbook) (It's As Simple As That)(Dream Or Leave The Planet)View All The Best Photobucket Stuff Things And Sexy Women Cleavage, anatomically known as the intermammary cleft or the intermammary sulcus, is the space between a woman's breasts, lying over the sternum. In popular culture, it is often defined by garments with low necklines, such as ball gowns, evening gowns, lingerie, and swimwear, that expose or highlight cleavage. Most people in Western culture, both male and female, consider breasts an important aspect of femininity and many women use cleavage to enhance their physical and sexual attractiveness and to improve their sense of femininity. Some people regard display of cleavage as a form of feminine flirting or seduction, within the confines of community, peer group and personal standards of modesty, as much as for its aesthetic or erotic effect. Most men derive erotic pleasure from seeing a woman's cleavage,[1] and some people derive pleasure in their female partner exposing cleavage. Other groups, however, such as those subject to gymnophobia, may feel uncomfortable with the sight of a woman's cleavage or object to low-cut clothing for modesty or other reasons. In Western and some other societies, there are differences of opinion as to how much cleavage exposure is acceptable in public.[2] In contemporary Western society, the extent to which a woman may expose her breasts depends on social and cultural context. Though displaying cleavage can be permissible in many settings, it may be prohibited by dress codes in settings such as workplaces, churches, and schools, where exposure of any part of female breasts may be considered inappropriate. Low or plunging necklines expose the top or space between a woman's breasts. Showing the nipples or areolae is almost always considered immodest and in some instances is Monday June 9 2014 138 29 AM
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