Older Girls Gone Wild
In more historical news, British researchers believe that Tits flashing is not quite the modern phenomenon the makers of the Girls Gone Wild video series would have us believe.
After studying thousands of 17th century woodcuts, experts at the University of Warwick in Coventry, England, concluded that the fashionable rage back in the day was to bare breasts as a badge of "virtue and honor." "The exposure of the breast was a display of the classical and youthful beauty of the woman," says history teacher Angela McShane Jones.
"She was showing her 'apple-like' unused Venus breasts. This was a display of her beauty and her youth. Upper class women maintained the quality of their breasts by not breast feeding their children and passing them on to wet nurses."