Oct. 23, 2012
As celebrity models and movie stars increasingly vie with one another to grab the spotlight and keep the public focused on them, they resort to more, and more extensive displays of formerly forbidden body parts. Under the guise of wardrobe malfunctions and other flimsy explanations they get more and more of themselves more and more naked.
Not so long ago to be able to see on TV or the Internet a naked boob was verboten and could result in fines and other punishment by the morals authorities. Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" during a half-time program of the Super Bowl resulted in a large fine for the TV network but set off a competition among the beautiful people to see who could display more and more with less and less clothing. Near nudity (NN) become a veritable cottage industry and was epitomized by cleavage, which really translates as the disappearance of cleavage to be replaced by the fully naked boob, with nipples.
Cleavage became more and more risqué with the "nip slip" gaining in popularity among such notables as Eva Longoria, Madonna, and Sofia Vergara.
So who could be surprised by the next evolutionary development in the bare it all industry: "bottom cleavage."
This new fad is in its infancy and who knows how far it can go, sort of like the 'up skirt' amateur photography movement.
PS: We encourage our readers who might have some knowledge of the provenance of this photo to explain the odd device being used to hold the left cheek of the garment in place.