Taken from the British Telecom Archives web site - with some additions. For BPO Telephone history - click here 1875 Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) of Salem, Massachusetts, USA constructed his first experimental telephone in Boston. Thomas A Watson (1854-1934) assisted Bell in his experiments. Bell was a Scot by birth, and had been born at 16 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, UK on 3 March 1847. The Bell family emigrated to Brantford, Ontario, Canada, in 1870.
In North America and in many other westernized countries a woman's breasts are a taboo: they are supposed to be hidden. Exposing woman's breasts in public is considered shameful and inappropriate ("indecent exposure") even on beaches, or while breastfeeding. In other words, breasts—or at least the nipple—are supposed to be covered at all times. These children will naturally learn the purpose of breasts as being for feeding the baby. Photo courtesy of Beauty of Breastfeeding Calendar Parents tend.
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