July 27th, 2010
No, Paola Rios is not knocked up nor did she say she wanted to be. She's just got a yen to try on a specialized maternity bra that has flaps to allow the baby access to mamma's nipples without having to remove the bra. "I like this bra because it has more support than most bras," notes Paola. That support is also very important for the comfort of the mother and for maintaining her boobs' shape by limiting how much the breasts' supportive tissues are stretched. Paola doesn't have to worry about that now but learning about this bra will come in useful if or when she decides to have kids. We don't know exactly who invented the modern-day nursing bra (probably a company such as Maidenform) but they're geniuses in our book. Paola says she's fascinated by bras, especially maternity bras, and how she looks in them. "I would like to wear a bra like this during sex and have my nipples sucked. I think that would look so kinky. I would want to have a mirror nearby so I could see that!".