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I agree. Breasts are a semi-sexual object (and just look at the odd reactions to people when breast feeding is brought up), but not purely sexual.

I think the real problem with letting someone grab/fondle testicles is the sense of vulnerability most men have when that happens.

What I was trying to say is that, in the context of that post, breasts weren't being decontextualised from the sexual aspect, but rather the sexual aspect was being rendered public property.

Why wasn't it backs, or hands, or the side of the cheek?

Because it wasn't as pure as it's being presented; even if that lack of purity wasn't completely evident to the participants.

TK

Why wasn't it backs, or hands, or the side of the cheek?
I think the sexual aspect was part of it, as sort of a "take back sexuality and make it less stigmatized" kind of thing. But in that case, why not the ass? That way it'd still be semi-sexual, but it would be equal-opportunity and a lot less sexual than breasts. That said, a lot of the personal-space and sexual-harassment issues would still arise with that, so it's still a flawed concept.

Because it wasn't as pure as it's being presented
I agree with you whole-heartedly.

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