New York Post says 'boobs are back'... Twitter says shut the hell up
Are they for real?
The New York Post is facing major backlash after they Tweeted an article announcing that “boobs are back”.
The article, which was originally published by The Sun, declared to readers that “boobs are back in a big way” and advised women to “stand up straight, push out your chest and work that feminine charm as bountiful boobs are back in style.”
Sharing images of stars like Rihanna, Emily Ratajkowski and Rita Ora, the site claimed such news would be a relief to us women who have apparently been “slaves” to the recent trend of “curbing our curves”.
Well then, what a relief!
— New York Post (@nypost) August 1, 2017
Comparing Rihanna’s look at the premiere of her movie Valerian And The City of a Thousand Planets to that of her co-star Cara Delevingne, the article said the pair were quite the contrasting pair, but only thanks to their vastly different cup sizes.
“Rihanna risked bursting out of her voluminous red dress as she hiked up her lady lumps, giving the crowds an eyeful,” reads the article.
The writer of the piece, who is also a woman, claims that our chest size can even impact our mood, saying:
“An uplifted chest means an uplifted mood, after all.”
As you can imagine, Twitter was having absolutely none of it.
I take my boobs out from the drawer in which I've hidden them lo these many years.
"Praise be the New York Post," I whisper. "You're free." https://t.co/eJCMz9dyPO
— Jenny Jaffe (@jennyjaffe) August 1, 2017
thank god the boobs are finally back. i missed the boobs so much when they were gone. https://t.co/g5l2oJwdIr
— eve ⚔️ peyser (@evepeyser) August 1, 2017
thank god I can finally put my boobs back on https://t.co/TCf6GDtoJp
— Taylor Nicole Dean (@taylorndean) August 2, 2017