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Fear of breasts?
Mastrophobia is the correct term for the fear of breasts. You sometimes see Mammophobia used, especially online, but that is an informal coining, and would not be used in psychological literature.
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A breast is: . Either of two milk-secreting, glandular organs on the chest of a woman; the human mammary gland. . A corresponding organ in other mammals. . A correspondin…g rudimentary gland in the male. . The superior ventral surface of the human body, extending from the neck to the abdomen. . A corresponding part in other animals. . The part of a garment that covers the chest. . The seat of affection and emotion: "Griefs of mine own lie heavy in my breast" (Shakespeare). . A source of nourishment. . Something likened to the human breast: the breast of a hill. . The face of a mine or tunnel. . For more information, see Related Link below.
When you have thoughts concerning self preservation. When your perception you have of control over your own life is sublimated by the perception that someone or something el…se has taken control.
When a girl's body is ready, she will start growing them. which is called puberty which happens between the ages of 9 to 15. If you are a male and want breasts, you can take… female hormones, or have breast implants. Males have pecs instead of breasts.
The fear of having a phobia or fear itself is phobophobia.
That is completely true. There is nothing to fear. That is completely false. Lot of things are worthy of fear and we should be thankful that we have the finely tuned genetic …capability of doing so.
Female mammary gland
Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
Check this out: http://www.phobia-fear-release.com/being-afraid-fear.html They call it "being-afraid-fear" The name for the fear of fear is phobophobia.
Mastophobia from Greek mastos (breats) + phobia (fear)
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We use the term phobophobia to name the fear of fear or of phobias. (The word phobia comes from the Greek for fear .)
The fear of fear or the unknown is xenophobia
The sum of all fears.
Answer1. Either of two milk-secreting, glandular organs on the chest of a woman; the human mammary gland. 2. A corresponding organ in other mammals. 3. A corresponding rud…imentary gland in the male. 4. The superior ventral surface of the human body, extending from the neck to the abdomen. 5. The part of a garment that covers the chest. 6. The seat of affection and emotion: "Griefs of mine own lie heavy in mybreast" (Shakespeare). 7. A source of nourishment. 8. Something likened to the human breast: the breast of a hill. 9. The face of a mine or tunnel. For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below. In a bit simpler terms, it is a soft jiggly tissue on the upper half of a woman or female that is for feeding babies (breast feeding). It plays a strong role in the sexual world. They are one of most visible or obvious female secondary sex characteristics, and play an important role in sexual attraction of partners, and pleasure of the individual. On sexual arousal breast size increases, venous patterns across the breasts become more visible, and nipples harden. Breasts are sensitive to touch as they have many nerve endings, and it is common practice to press or massage breasts with hands during sexual intercourse. Oral stimulation of nipples and breasts is also common. Some women can achieve breast orgasms. Breasts vary in both size and shape, and their external appearance is not predictive of their internal anatomy or lactation potential. The shape of a woman's breasts is in large part dependent on their support, which primarily comes from the Cooper's ligaments, and the underlying chest on which they rest. The breast is attached at its base to the chest wall by the deep fascia over the pectoral muscles. On its upper surface it is given some support by the covering skin where it continues on to the upper chest wall. It is this support which determines the shape of the breasts. In a small fraction of women, the frontal milk sinuses (ampulla) in the breasts are not flush with the surrounding breast tissue, which causes the sinus area to visibly bulge outward. If you want more info go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breast. Additionally "boob" is slang for breast.