Are breasts organs?
NO! Breasts are not organs
They don't have breasts of their own. If you mean the question seriously, there are a number of reasons. Everyone is born with the urge to notice breasts, since that is how infants are fed. Even as adults, comfort can still be found in cuddling and caressing breasts. As everyone is exposed to society, they learn that breasts have a sexual connotation, since breasts are used to feed babies, and babies are produced by sex…
the breast tissue responds to progesterone and estrogen: both of which are released from your brain to your organs. THese 2 hormones are what distinguish women frommen and the biggest distinguishing factors--our vaginas and breasts are what are overemphasized when too much of these hormones are running through our body.
because that's how women where made OK, I don't even understand the answer above, so let me explain it a little better. Since the breasts on a woman are different than the ones on a man. The breasts on a woman produce milk that can be used to feed babies upon birth. It is considered a sex organ because of that; and sexual organs are considered explicit content.
It is referring to the organs or structures of an organism used to make sperm/pollen etc in the male and ovas in the female and, in the case of the females of certain species, the organs needed/used to develop the young - (eg make the seeds or lay eggs, the marsupial pouch or the mammalian womb) and, if relevant, nourish them (mammalian breasts). The organs needed for reproduction of the species.
There is an theory to explain this; in other primates, breasts aren't noticeably attractive to the males, but bottoms are. When human ancestors started walking upright, the bottom became less attractive, but breasts started to look more like bottoms and replaced bottoms as attractive organs. Whether this is convincing as a theory is of some contention, but it is true that human breasts are, generally bigger than other primates.
All of the internal body organs are the following: Adrenals, Appendix, Bladder, Brain, Eyes, Gall bladder, Heart, Intestines, Kidney, Liver, Lungs, Esophagus, Ovaries, Pancreas, Parathyroids, Pituitary, Prostate, Spleen, Stomach, Testicles, Thymus, Thyroid, Uterus, and Veins. The external ones that are visible with our eyes are the breasts, skin, reproductive organs of males (penis and scrotum) and of women (vagina).
Answer Because women are smaller in the human species. Up until puberty, boys and girls are very much the same. Then things happen. Hormones in women cause growth of breasts and hips and sex organs. Men get testosterone which causes bigger bones and typical male growth patterns. Did you hear about the child born with organs of BOTH sexes? It had male sex organs AND brains! so they can stand closer to the sink
It depends on your culture. In hot areas of the world where women go nearly naked, the breasts are not remarkable in any way . . . they are simply organs to feed babies. In colder areas of the world, people wear clothes to keep warm. Parts of the body that are hidden often become sexual in nature, especially if by rubbing or fondling them, the person experiences heightened feelings.
Lady-boys are a tradition that is associated with southeast Asia but can be anywhere. Lady-boys are males that have had hormone therapy or breast augmentation to give them breasts. They have not had the surgery that a transsexual would have had to remove the male sex organs. so they have breasts & work hard to look and act like a woman, while still having their functioning "boy parts"