If you don’t feel like wasting lots of money (a very small percentage of which will go to breast cancer research) on something pink this October, may we recommend you give directly and enjoy Bookish’s roundup of female authors on boobs. As with most topics, Cheryl Strayed is particularly useful:
You don’t have to have taut flesh or a tight ass or an eternally upright set of tits. You have to find a way to inhabit your body while enacting your deepest desires. You have to be brave enough to build the intimacy you deserve. You have to take off all your clothes and say, ‘I’m right here.’
It’s a motorboating-free space, and we can’t say that about all of Pinktober.