I didn't know who to thank for the party that night, days and weeks later, but since you have claimed ownership for this most beautiful event--[b][b]THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!![/b] This was my first burn and of course first CT party. For reasons I won't bore you with, that party/parade has shaped the way I feel about several issues in my life right now. I was amazed at all the effort put into this and all for strangers with beautiful breasts. All the men who were volunteering were so respectful, fun and amazing. I didn't see too many unhappy woman in the crowd. There were a few guys who came in through an opening in the gate and were very quickly sent on their way, not by security, but by us, the guests of honor. Having stuggled very hard to breastfeed my son (now 3 and still nursing) I loved seeing all those lovely painted breasts and talking about other "breast experiances" nursing or otherwise. It rocked and I can't wait until next year. My son loved seeing all the breasts decorated in the parade and wondered how different ones milk would taste, back to the basics! I'm glad my son could see this, perhaps by the time he's 20, breasts will be bare if they chose to be when and where they chose to be. This was another great way for him to see how women and men ought to be treated by one another. There were a few young girls there who were decorated as well and I'm glad their parents find it important to show thier daughters how to love their bodies early, it a great habit to get into.
P.S. My husband would love to volunteer for you next year, so if your looking for help, he feels he owe's you one!