|Water water everywhere, but not a drop to drink
||[Sep. 4th, 2009|09:51 pm]
Geek without clothes
I'm at a comicbook/scifi/etc convention this week. I've been to a few this year and they always seem to synonymous with nearly naked women in various costumes. For example, in the first 24 hours, I think I've seen 7 different women dressed as Princess Leia in the metal bikini from ROTJ. Now I don't mind the nudity, and in fact I applaud it. However, it gets to me that there is all of this boobage in the open and I'm not allowed to touch. It's like putting a plate of food in front of a hungry man and not letting him eat. I would ask for my picture with some of these ladies, but I'd have to fight the urge to grab a thigh. That's not fair to them, so I just look from a distance.|
The other thing I'll say is that while some corsets make for nice cleavage, I dislike a few variations.
1. The top crease. This is when the boobs are pushed so far up that it creates a horizontal crease where the boobs meet the chest. That's pushing them up too far. The top of the boob should never go above true horizontal. Get a carpenter's level if you have to.
2. Pushing them out so far that the distance from chest to nipple is greater than the distance from top to bottom. I probably need a picture to help explain this, but I'm not going searching tonight. I might also be wrong in this description because it might happen naturally with fully breasts. The plight I'm concerned about is when it just doesn't seem natural.