Slate the other day. The author, though a gay man, argues hopefully that small breasts will become fashionable again, and that the heroine of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" movie will speed this along.
I think he's overly hopeful that one movie will turn the cultural opinion around, but I'm with him in his hope that the pendulum will swing back the other way. Lord knows I'm not against big breasts - Salma Hayek and Katy Perry are still prominent on my Celebrity Pass list (though not just because of their bra size.) But big breasts alone don't make a woman sexy, and I especially dislike the current cultural assumption that huge breasts are necessary to be desirable.
Personally, I would *much* rather see a small natural breast than a big fake one. And bigger is not necessarily better - the small perky breast can be the prettiest thing going.
Which one does he choose? The one with the big tits.
The joke makes me laugh, but I also think it's time to grow up and appreciate that there are many kinds of beauty. In this, as in so much else, vive la différence.