Yes, that is correct. I am going to write about wearing a bra. That confounding trap that most women wear daily until they are at home and decide not to leave for the rest of the day, then the bra becomes a slingshot.
But, the bra is containment that suppresses freedom. Now, don’t get me wrong – I am not asking women to burn their bras or go braless (I, for one, cannot do that in public); I am wondering how many women are in charge of companies that make bras?
Now history tells me that the trademark and patent for the brassiere was granted to Mary Phelps Jacob. With two handkerchiefs and ribbons, Jacob maneuvered the material to lift and separate the breasts to adjust to the fashion and style during that era.
Well, in any case, the confinement of a bra has become my nemesis ever since the pandemic. Now don’t get me wrong, as a teacher who teaches online, I do wear the appropriate clothing; however, after work, I am faster than a speeding bullet when it comes to taking off the bra. Some of you might be thinking that I have ill-fitting bras, and you might be right. What I want to know is “Is there a comfortable bra out there?”
I am looking for a bra that is soft and doesn’t grind into my skin underneath my breasts or on my shoulder blades. Also, it needs to be affordable! Any type of women’s product is always so expensive!
So, if you know of such a bra, please let me know in the comment section and I will try it out!