We’ve come a long way towards gender equality, especially within the last couple of years, but there is still much to be done.
Women in the workplace are still losing $513 billion in wages compared to their male peers as a result of the wage gap. Women are still expected to be financially independent and to have careers while juggling housekeeping, childrearing, and getting dinner on the table. They’re forced to juggle because choosing one over the other comes with its own set of issues. Women are still discounted at every turn when it comes to sexual assault or harassment.
The list goes on and on and on.
Ending with bras. BRAS. When will some genius woman scientist come up with a way to keep ta-tas perky forever so that bras become a thing of the past? I’m waiting.
2019 will be the year I finally vanquish* my enemies**— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) December 31, 2018
Took off my bra and forgot what I was mad about— Charlene deGuzman (@charstarlene) September 18, 2017
Me: “Whose bra is that?”— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) December 30, 2018
Me: “Why is it on the kitchen windowsill?”
Daughter: “I took it off to eat.”
Every woman who has ever taken off a sports bra is a professional escape artist.— Kate Sidley (@sidleykate) February 14, 2016
I bet dying feels like taking off your bra but better.— Charlene deGuzman (@charstarlene) December 12, 2011
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ALL MY NON-BRA-WEARING FRIENDS LOOK AWAY— Premee (@premeesaurus) May 30, 2018
(whispers) ok whoever's left, is there a technical term for when you have a Bra Incident and you end up with either smashboob or fourboob and you can't fix it right away
is the word i'm looking for calamatitty
how in this modern age of technological wonders is our strategy with sports bra design still to just lock the titties up in smash jail— Sweatpants Cher ⚫️ (@House_Feminist) November 30, 2018
I don't carry a wallet & I often put money inside my bra.— Carbosly (@Carbosly) August 6, 2015
At night when I undress, I pretend my boobs are paying me a ransom to be set free.
If the feeling you get when you take off your bra after wearing it for 24 hours could be bottled, it would be the most addictive drug ever.— Sam H. Escobar (@myhairisblue) September 14, 2014
I thought I was depressed but then it turned out I just needed to take my bra off— Emily Heller (@MrEmilyHeller) October 19, 2013
Just slung my bra off & threw it to the other side of the couch where there are already 2 other bras. If my math is right, it's Wednesday.— bubble girl (@JessObsess) June 6, 2013
That thing where you covertly put your hands in your bra and scoop your titties up in public.— Emily McCombs (@msemilymccombs) August 16, 2013
[first date]— grace spelman (@GraceSpelman) June 10, 2016
Him: Tell me about yourself
Me: WELL, i didn’t wear a bra with my dress today so all my boob sweat dripped onto my feet
Ugh there has to be a better way to protest the patriarchy than burning bras. Bras cost like $60 and I need them to walk down stairs— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) April 28, 2018
[At Doctor]— Princess Buttercup (@GoldenSpirals) January 26, 2015
Me:I'm having chest pain
Doc:Did you buy a new bra?
Me:Yes! Thanks for noticing!
Doc:I meant it could be causing the pain
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"How many tags should we sew into these? Like, enough to print the Iliad? That sounds good." - Bra designers— Alison Leiby (@AlisonLeiby) August 25, 2015
Just told my sister not to die in my shower because the cops would show up and then I'd have to put a bra on.— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) July 25, 2016
Push me aside, but I will come back. Hide me, but I will always emerge.— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) September 11, 2014
I AM POWER.
I AM RESILIENCE.
I AM A BRA STRAP.