Why to wear a Bra
Breasts have no muscles but connective tissues and ligaments. Therefore, they have no support of their own. Bras are worn to provide support, lift and control to the breasts.
There are actually some health reasons for not wearing bras. You may find them tight enough and uncomfortable.
However, wearing a bra is not a necessity for most women for their breasts' sake.
Wearing a bra is more of a cultural and social conditioning. Social occasions may also require and condition you to wear one.
Wearing a bra may also be a choice of your own. Some may feel comfortable not wearing a bra while others may not. It's more of individual choice, perception and habit.
Many feminists question the validity of bras to a woman's breast.
They feel that breasts were better when they were left natural and bra-less. According to them, bras have not shaped but deformed the breasts.
They believe that bras are nothing more than a symbol of oppression and repression of woman's bodies.
They believe that bras were designed to conform to male expectations of what is desirable.
Putting on a bra
The feminine body, especially the breasts, are no longer natural but aesthetically shaped for social acceptance and conformation to the ideal. And the ideal in is conformation to men.
Most of us may be wearing a bra so as to be socially accepted and assimilated.
Top freedom is a movement that also questions the social and medical relevance of bras.
Feminists ,symbolically, threw their bras into the trash in the 60s. Even today, going bra-less is many- a- time connected with feminism.