Bloomberg Columnist Outraged at Not Being Fondled by TSA

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"Imagine my horror when I read that two male Transportation Security Administration agents had singled out Orlando passenger Eliana Sutherland for further airport screening because of the size of her breasts. As a woman, I was offended, outraged, disgusted — not to mention jealous. What does Eliana have that I don’t have? No TSA agent has ever singled me out because of the size and shape of my breasts or any other body part ... In the same article where I was introduced to Eliana, I learned that lots of women have been on the receiving end of breast stares. What’s so bad about that? There was a time — think Marilyn Monroe — when women encouraged longing looks from the opposite sex with cinched-in waists and cups that runneth over." [Bloomberg]