“I’m not going to lie to you, mom. I’m looking up ‘cookie nipples’ on the internet because I don’t know what they look like and I’m scared I have them,” she said when I walked into my office while she was on the computer.

“I wasn’t wondering, but I appreciate your honesty. Cookie nipples?” I ask.

“Yeah. Somebody said ‘she has cookie nipples’ at school today and one of the guys said, ‘Ewww, gross!’ I had to look it up because I think I might have them.”

my heart breaks for you lovely girl goddesses born into a porn culture – where you believe that breast implants are what real breasts look like and no grown up should be cursed with any form of body hair. hair on a vagina – disgusting!

these are pornographic breasts.

they are NOT what typical, real, average, normal, everyday breasts look like. this is what you’re USED to seeing in magazines, movies and music videos.

some girls and women look at these breasts and feel bad about themselves; wish they were different, better, prettier, sexier, bigger, more desirable … perfect.

you, and your breasts, are delightfully, perfectly you. you’ve been brainwashed into thinking that there is something wrong with you. and our young men have also been brainwashed into believing that a woman’s breasts are supposed to resemble cantaloupes with nipples the size of quarters.

do yourself a favour: Visit 007B.com and have a good look at all the different types of breasts in the world there are. *warning. you will see breasts – hooters, titties, cannons, jugs, boobies.

as well, while on the topic of real bodies – i would encourage you to travel to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of (or order online) Body Drama by Nancy Redd.

Opinion: [and ain’t it all?] Every home, every school, every girl should have access to this information at an age appropriate time in her life. My youngest girls (now 10 and 12) already can look at this book whenever they so choose.