[M]ale dominated society tends not to think of a woman’s breasts as hers. Woman is a natural territory; her breasts belong to others—her husband, her lover, her baby. It’ hard to imagine a woman’s breasts as her own, from her own point of view, to imagine their value apart from measurement and exchange.–Iris Marion Young "Breasted Experience"[*]According to Kristeva, the infant must substitute

Source: H.E.A.L.T.H.

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