North Korea Doesn’t Want Women To Have Big Boobs

North Korea Doesn’t Want Women To Have Big Boobs
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If North Korea wasn’t already repressive enough, it has now officially become shameful to have large breasts in the land of Kim Jong-Un. 

Many women who have since left this primarily evil nation of robot warriors are spreading the word that curves are considered disgusting in North Korea. Anyone with big boobs or ass cheeks must hide their assets, as well-endowed women are perceived as “intentionally and lewdly stressing [their] femininity.”

Most of these women believe that this standard is due to their male-dominated culture.

South Korea, however, is quite the opposite. This country reportedly celebrates big breasts and views them as symbols of beauty.

So in case anyone is still unclear: South Korea = good, North Korea = bad.

Sean Levinson | Elite.

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Sean Levinson loves writing almost as much as he loves ranting about politics. Elite Daily lets him do both, and he couldn't be happier now that he's finally putting his years at SUNY New Paltz to good use. When he's not writing, Sean enjoys nature excursions, playing the guitar and the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Look for him on "Real Time with Bill Maher," where he regularly appears in his most precious fantasies.

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