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    equipment
  • Mental resources
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
    breast
  • The corresponding less-developed part of a man's body
  • either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman
  • Either of the two soft, protruding organs on the upper front of a woman's body that secrete milk after pregnancy
  • A person's chest
  • the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen; "he beat his breast in anger"
  • meet at breast level; "The runner breasted the tape"
    beauty
  • A combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, esp. the sight
  • A combination of qualities that pleases the intellect or moral sense
  • Denoting something intended to make a woman more attractive
  • smasher: a very attractive or seductive looking woman
  • an outstanding example of its kind; "his roses were beauties"; "when I make a mistake it's a beaut"
  • the qualities that give pleasure to the senses
breast beauty equipment - Super Beauties:
Super Beauties: Nude and Natural
Super Beauties: Nude and Natural
In the 1960s the movies were full of them. In the 70s they were TV stars; in the 80s they were supermodels. And in the 90s, they were making porn. But today, in the first decade on the 21st century, a true super beauty is the rarest thing in the world. The women who knock our socks off seem to have disappeared. Super beauty is the best of everything in a woman, both physically and spiritually. A super beautiful women is tall, with long hair, a pretty face, big natural breasts, a thin waist, curvy hips and long legs. But she is also intelligent, sexy, independent, talented, purposeful, courageous, benevolent, and happy - all the good things a woman can be. It is these things - her superior spirituality and superlative sexuality - that put her on a higher level, that lift her into the realm of super beauty. What happened to the Raquel Welchs and "Ann-Margrets"? The Farrah Fawcetts and Daisy Dukes? Where are the Cindy Crawfords and Laetitia Castas? The Jenna Jamesons and the Tera Patricks? Where are the new girls to replace them? Where are the young women who embody this supreme level of female beauty? Not in the movies. And not on TV. They're no longer on the fashion runways or magazine covers either. Occasionally they pop up in print ads or TV commercials. We also see isolated super beauties in men's magazines, calendars and tabloids, but they are no longer the norm. 10 years ago, when super beauty was becoming scarce, a little thing came along called Body in Mind. It was a small website with a simple mission: to see super beauty into the new millenium. The good news is there's as many super beauties in the world today as there's ever been, but you have to look. Today, we continue to search the world for the most stunning beauties we can find and our success in creating memorable images of them has spilled over into this book. I'm proud to be able to bring to the fans of these mind-blowing women this volume of the most super beautiful ones in the world - the female stars of the modern tasteful nudes movement. They are bright, bodacious, exuberant girls who love themselves and their beauty, and who take pleasure in making life so much more enjoyable. We dare say you won't find a collection of so much super beauty in any one place anywhere else. We hope this book makes you remember how wonderfully powerful female beauty can be how inspiring, naturally stimulating and interesting.

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Blossom Tablets
Blossom Tablets
Blossom Tablets This advertisement is for Blossom Tablets. As a surgical substitute, they enhance breast size with a “100% Herbal Formula.” The print advertisement is very text heavy; this is unusual for many print advertisements seen today. One possible explanation for the large amount of text is that this product seems too good to be true and must reassure consumers exactly what the product is, how it works, and reveal all of its satisfied customers. The headline reads “Be -Extra- Nicely Equipped.” This suggests that breasts are a type of “equipment,” or a tool of some kind. Beneath the headline there are a few quotes from satisfied customers; one of them reads “More cleavage is an asset to me…” These elements are demonstrating the notion that breasts, particularly large ones, are something that a woman can use as a tool to achieve a goal of some kind. One possible “use” for large breasts is to attract a man: “The quality called ‘beauty’ objectively and universally exists. Women must want to embody it and men must want to possess women who embody it” (Wolf, 12). If being beautiful is defined as having large breasts, then having and using them would allow a woman to become desirable in the eyes of a man. In conjunction with the notion that large breasts are a tool women use, the text inside the photo of the ad claims “there’s no substitute for beautiful breasts.” This again suggests that small breasts are inadequate. It also demonstrates to readers that even a great personality or beauty in other areas cannot make up for small breasts. A statement like this can lead to poor self-esteem issues if taken seriously by women and especially by young girls who have not yet fully developed. The issue of self esteem is seen elsewhere in this ad. Beneath the headline users of the products claim “I have better self-esteem…” and “I feel better and have more cleavage…” Plastic surgery is often undergone with the patient’s goal of happiness (Gilman, 18). Plastic surgery claims the power to make unattractive people feel better about themselves. As self-proclaimed alternative to plastic surgery, it is natural for Blossom to promise consumers the same benefits of plastic surgery, including the self-esteem boost, without going under the knife. However, the ad also sets up illusions to the viewer in order to emphasize their own inadequacies by demonstrating an ideal beauty. For example, it appears as though the model is sucking in her stomach to make herself seem thinner and she is most likely wearing a pushup bra to enhance the message. She is also blonde and Caucasian. The bottle shown in the ad demonstrates ideal beauty by the enormity of the illustration’s breasts. All of these visual factors give women a reason to feel insecure about their body image, while the product and copy of the advertisement promise consumers they can feel better about themselves. While this conveys the consumer will feel better about themselves by using the product, it also alludes to the idea that the user will gain public approval. Women are not only motivated to improve their outer appearances for men, but for a “social gaze” as well (Scott, 226). By increasing their breast size, women can seek social approval and acknowledgement that they are, in fact, beautiful. However, this transformation must not be obvious; in order to “pass” into a more desirable position in the social arena, one must do it without revealing an alteration (Gilman, 26). The result must appear natural. The advertisement responds to this notion by describing plastic surgery as “fake” in the box inside the photo. The text inside the photo then describes Blossom as providing “100% pure and natural stimulation for the body.” It sets up plastic surgery as something the public will detect, while portraying the transformation using the product as gradual and natural. Even though one can deem Blossom as an unnatural alteration to the body- changing the body nature intended the user to have- it still allows the user to “pass” into a more beautiful and attention-getting social place. One final issue this advertisement suggests is that of race and orientalism. The illustrated woman on the bottle of the Blossom Tablets has an exotic look about her. Her eyes are narrower, her cheeks dramatic, and her dark hair demonstrate this. The hibiscus flower on the bottle gives a sense that this product originated from a tropical place. These elements add to pre-existing stereotypes that oriental and exotic women have beauty secrets unknown to those in the western world. It adds mystery to the product. The illustrated woman’s large breasts, combined with her exotic nature, convey to the consumer that perhaps this product originated in the orient- women outside western culture have been using the secret of Blossom for centuries and are now sharing it with the women of the west.
whose drowned face sleeps with open eyes
whose drowned face sleeps with open eyes
This mermaid was "rescued" from a shipwreck off Nantucket sound, only to be hung on a store-front. This (both the mermaid herself and the shameless mercantilism) reminded me of one of the most powerful poems I've ever read. This is the place. And I am here, the mermaid whose dark hair streams black, the merman in his armored body. We circle silently about the wreck we dive into the hold. I am she: I am he whose drowned face sleeps with open eyes I have copied the poem in its entirety below for you. Read it slowly; read it out loud. I can't guarantee any epiphanies, but I can tell you that no matter how many times I read it, her words never fail to take my mind and my breath away. Diving into the Wreck --by Adrienne Rich First having read the book of myths, and loaded the camera, and checked the edge of the knife-blade, I put on the body-armor of black rubber the absurd flippers the grave and awkward mask. I am having to do this not like Cousteau with his assiduous team aboard the sun-flooded schooner but here alone. There is a ladder. The ladder is always there hanging innocently close to the side of the schooner. We know what it is for, we who have used it. Otherwise it is a piece of maritime floss some sundry equipment. I go down. Rung after rung and still the oxygen immerses me the blue light the clear atoms of our human air. I go down. My flippers cripple me, I crawl like an insect down the ladder there is no one to tell me when the ocean will begin. First the air is blue and then it is bluer and then green and then black I am blacking out and yet my mask is powerful it pumps my blood with power the sea is another story the sea is not a question of power I have to learn alone to turn my body without force in the deep element. And now: it is easy to forget what I came for among so many who have always lived here swaying their crenellated fans between the reefs and besides you breathe differently down here. I came to explore the wreck. The words are purposes. The words are maps. I came to see the damage that was done and the treasures that prevail. I stroke the beam of my lamp slowly along the flank of something more permanent than fish or weed the thing I came for: the wreck and not the story of the wreck the thing itself and not the myth the drowned face always staring toward the sun the evidence of damage worn by salt and away into this threadbare beauty the ribs of the disaster curving their assertion among the tentative haunters. This is the place. And I am here, the mermaid whose dark hair streams black, the merman in his armored body. We circle silently about the wreck we dive into the hold. I am she: I am he whose drowned face sleeps with open eyes whose breasts still bear the stress whose silver, copper, vermeil cargo lies obscurely inside barrels half-wedged and left to rot we are the half-destroyed instruments that once held to a course the water-eaten log the fouled compass We are, I am, you are by cowardice or courage the one who find our way back to this scene carrying a knife, a camera a book of myths in which our names do not appear.

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