Archives for posts with tag: Mores

This Blog “The Philosopher on Politics has been combined with “A New Paradigm in Christian Thinking”.  All new Posts will appear on effective 12/12/2016.

Thanks for your interest in these topics.

The Philosopher


We Got Trouble, Trouble, Trouble, Right Here in the USA, it Starts With “B” and that stands for Bras and Breast Cancer Ver. 2.3.1
The Top Gun National Crises Troubleshooter
December 8, 2013

There is a simple solution to “Breast Cancer” in women. However, this is a political solution and not a medical solution.

A recent (2013) study released from French researchers indicate that supporting the breast with bras results in the muscle tissue becoming weak and not holding up the breasts independent of support. It was observed that in countries where going “Topless” is normal; the nipples were pointed more vertically indicating that muscle tissue was strong and were holding up the breasts.

When I was rear ended in a vehicle accident, and sustained neck injury, two decades ago and before that, four decades ago my doctors and physical therapists refused to give me a neck support to hold up my head. They argued that if the head is supported by a support structure the muscles in the neck will not develop the strength necessary to hold up the head. Similarly, if one injures and arm and keeps the arm in a sling, the arm will never develop the muscle tone to function properly.

The same argument can be made to bras holding up the breasts. When bras are used to hold up the breasts, the muscles become weak, weak muscle tissue in the breasts can initiate a breast cancer cell. In undeveloped countries where there are no laws of morality, or social norms of what women should do or not do with their breasts and going “Topless” is normal, breast cancer is not a problem in these societies. Breasts in these societies are free and support themselves and are even exposed to the elements openly. By deduction, to prevent breast cancer, stop doing what we are doing to cause breast cancer. Pasties to cover the nipples are not recommended as the pasties will contain an adhesive that could interact with the sensitive makeup of the nipples and cause a new problem to solve. Vitamin D from the sun could also play a role in preventing a cancer cell to be initiated in the breasts, so exposure to the sun would also be important.

Breast Cancer is something that has evolved over the centuries of history. A cursive examination of historical paintings of women clearly show that exposing the breast to nature was a common and accepted practice in what would then, be a civilized society. It is our morality and nudity laws along with our social norms and mores that are causing breast cancer.
All research starts with a “Theory” and this is a great place to start. As in other national health situations the National Legislators have led the way with legislation that will improve the health of the nation. In the interest of public breast health “Public Nudity” needs to be redefined in regard to going “Topless”. In regard to breast cancer, we are trying to solve a problem that we are selves have created. To solve the problem of Breast Cancer, we need to stop doing what we have been doing to create the problem.

There are “Dog Parks” for dogs to get their exercise, “Topless Parks” could be created for women to exercise and expose their breasts to the sun under the protection of the “Topless Park”. This would take the issue down to the local level and make the park easily controlled by the city council.

To meet present day norms this philosopher recommends that women wear only a Band-Aid over their nipples when in the public sector and remove the Band-Aids when in their private space. This solution leaves room for a young entrepreneur to make designer Band-Aids and make their first fortune.

It would probably be easier to disprove this theory than to prove this theory; all that needs to be done is to survey the individuals in those countries or societies that have no limits on what women can do with their beasts and see if the rate of breast cancer is higher or lower per capita than in our country.