New research is showing that women do not need to wear bras. In fact, there is now evidence showing that not wearing a bra is better for your overall health. A year study in France shows that there is no health benefits to wearing a bra and that our breasts are actually better off without them. Going braless is not an immediate option for many women.
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As if being judged over our parenting choices isn't enough, the media and Internet also love to comment on what women with kids wear on a daily basis. Wearing leggings as pants or pajamas in public is an absolute no-no, but women with kids who chose to show a little skin are considered to be "trying too hard" or called straight-up "slutty" for their outfit choices. No matter how the woman wearing the clothes looks or feels about herself, her body and the clothing she chooses to put on it becomes fodder for a public vote. I'm not sure why, but it doesn't make much sense to me: we ask women not to "lose themselves" in motherhood, we applaud them when they "get their bodies back," and yet we shame them when the very thing they choose to do with those bodies — dress in clothing that makes them look and feel good — doesn't fit our cultural understanding of what a mom should wear. I've worked hard at accepting my body exactly as it is and I enjoy wearing the occasional outfit that showcases my skin, but seeing as how my day-to-day uniform is a pair of workout leggings and a long sleeved t-shirt, I started to wonder how it would feel to dress in a little less not just for date night, but for everyday life.