For most of these young women, hopelessness comes first. They are distraught and confused, and begin to wander. Luckily, their next step is often their salvation: overheated and desperate, they remove their tops. By exposing their bare breasts and belly, they attract their saviors: lascivious young men who will meet their material needs while enjoying the aestheitc and visceral pleasure afforded by these young beauties.
So: is it a myth? Hopelessness comes, then toplessness. But toplessness brings succor, and hopelessness disappears. Unless the hopelessness is a permanent, irrational feeling, caused by psycho-chemical imbalance. This unwavering feeling of hopelessness inevitably fuels the cycle of toplessness, with no hope for future modesty.
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