We like to do our research! Here you’ll find a selection of honest reviews of published books celebrating everything to do with breasts. Get reading…
Just over a year ago Let’s Talk Breasts championed an innovative and ambitious project undertaken by Laura Dodsworth. The award-winning photographer had interviewed 100 women between the ages of 18 and 101 on the subject of their breasts, and aimed to self-publish the interviews accompanied by topless shots in a glossy coffee table book
Author Elisabeth Squires – now Elisabeth Dale – is a well respected, high profile breast expert, and the founder of the website The Breast Life. She’s appeared on Good Morning America, The Tyra Banks Show and BBC World News speaking on her favourite topic, and has also contributed to such publications as The New York Times, Cosmopolitan and The Huffington Post site.
Florence Williams’ timely study on the ‘evolutionary masterpiece’ that is the human breast is a very special book. Lauded by The Guardian (‘every woman [and men too!] should read this book’), Wall Street Journal (‘exceptional’), Scientific American (‘fun and engaging’) and Elle (‘highly informative and remarkably entertaining’) it was also commended by the New York Times for its unnerving ‘catalogue of environmental devastation’ that ‘threaten[s] our entire species.’
Billed as America’s #1 Bra Coach, Ali Cudby has a lot to live up to, but in this book she certainly displays her worth. The CEO of Fab Foundations® and creator of the FabFit™ Academy, the world’s first online bra fit training and certification program, her book, Busted!, is jam-packed full of good solid advice.
Following on from Let’s Talk Breasts’ review of Naomi Wolf’s The beauty myth, Living Dolls brings another, in this case updated, examination of society’s perception of what it is to be a woman.
This slim book, part of the Need-2-Know series of no-nonsense guides, is penned by beauty writer, Antonia Mariconda, and is split neatly into two halves. The first section is about the different types of breast surgery, while the second part focuses solely on Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP) Implants
This book is not just any old text book on bras, it is clearly a labour of love by the author. Luciani is upfront about her own traumatic breast history in the introduction, so you are well aware that everything you read thereafter is written with deep meaning.
Dr. Ted ‘The Boobinator’ Eisenberg and his wife Joyce have clearly identified and targeted their market with the multi award-winning handbook, The Scoop On Breasts.
‘All too often, my own face plays a supporting role to the main attraction, my 32DDD breasts,’ declares author Susan Seligson in the introduction to her book, Stacked. And she starts as she means to go on, as the entire book appears to have been inspired by Seligson’s own and others’ attitudes towards her ‘God-given’ assets.
American author Debra Sanders-Steele has made it her mission to help women of all ages and sizes kiss goodbye to the agony caused by a poorly fitting bra and say hello to proper support and pain-free underwear.
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