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Interactive video lesson plan for: Why do women have breasts?

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Sound-glitch free version here: https://youtu.be/oWkOvakd9Mo
No one knows, but this is my hypothesis. Warning: contains no graphic erotic images whatsoever, sorry. Just a bloke talking.
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Want to read more on this topic? I have a longer (yes, LONGER) version of my hypothesis in an on-line essay here: http://www.lloydianaspects.co.uk/evolve/breasts.html

More ranty videos here:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL92609E6F61F4E5A4

I hope that I have avoided crudeness enough to avoid shocking my viewers. This is a scientific hypothesis, and I make no apology for not copiously illustrating the subject in a manner that may have pleased some.

It may amaze some viewers that as I talked, I was missing out chunks of the argument for the sake of brevity. I had a stopwatch below the camera, and you can see me glance down at it with mounting horror a few times in the video. This meant that by the second half of the video, I had to do rather a lot of thinking on my feet to keep the train of thought going in the light of things that I had not said earlier. This subject was a definite strain on my ability to do an entire video in one continuous shot.

It amazed me that this video was rejected as a vehicle for sponsorship, because of its 'sensitive topic'. This was the result of a culture-clash. In the USA, people find breasts a shameful topic, whereas the rest of the world seems generally more relaxed on the matter. When it was rejected, I didn't know whether it was the human evolution aspect of the video that made it 'sensitive' or the fact that the body part was one unique to women. Would the evolution of knees or beards be similarly sensitive?

Lindybeige: a channel of archaeology, ancient and medieval warfare, rants, swing dance, travelogues, evolution, and whatever else occurs to me to make.

You can now buy the music I use over the end-plates of my videos, which was written as the theme music for The Adventures of Stoke Mandeville, Astronaut and Gentleman: https://lindybeige.bandcamp.com/releases

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