I’m not ashamed to admit that I like to look at naked women on the internet. Usually I use Reddit to do this; in addition to communities about dogs, fails, and kink, I belong to several that focus on various types of women. Some of them are large-breasted women, as it happens.
One phrase I seem to see too often that makes me queasy is “mommy milkers”, referring to breasts.
I can’t put my finger on why this particular phrase bothers me. Maybe because it objectifies the women by turning them into vehicles for their breasts. Also, I can’t really imagine a woman referring to her breasts as “mommy milkers”. Maybe that’s just the women I know, though.
Let’s take, for example, the photo above. She’s a more-or-less conventionally-attractive woman, right? And she happens to have large breasts. When I look at this photo, I don’t think “mommy milkers”; actually, what I think is that the cropping of the photo to just show a hint of pubic hair makes it sexier — I could easily see what’s between her legs with a quick search, but it’s what you can’t see that’s sometimes better than what you can.
The only time I could possibly think about a woman’s breasts being “mommy milkers” is if I saw a woman breastfeeding, and even then I wouldn’t think of them with those words. I would probably think something like: “oh, that woman is breastfeeding.”
I truly don’t understand why we have to attach appellations like this to body parts. They just make me shudder, and I won’t even click on an image with that kind of label on it. I don’t want to see it and think those words.