Stephen A. knows his breasts.
Stephen A. Smith of ESPN recently discussed his opinion on breasts and his personal history involving them on his podcast.
In a segment dedicated to Josh Hart’s tweet about breast milk, Smith expressed his positive view of breasts but admitted that breast milk is a different matter. Smith also tweeted about his disapproval of showing breasts at the White House.
I, personally, do not believe you should be showing your breasts, regardless of who you are, at The White House
Speaking about ithttps://t.co/o7RzJlxhA2
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) June 14, 2023
During the podcast episode, Smith discussed the recent controversy involving trans model and activist Rose Montoya appearing topless at a White House event for LGBTQ Pride month.
“Well if that was the case, why didn’t you just show up with your titties out as you rolled up to the White House?” asked Smith. “You know why you didn’t do it? Because you know they wouldn’t have let you in. Which means you were fully aware of the fact that it was inappropriate for you to do what you did. You just didn’t care.
“And at the end of the day, at some point in time, people are gonna learn that excessive acts is what ultimately is going to get in the way of the progress you seek. Because you’re so busy wanting to be flamboyant. That ain’t living. That’s stuffing it in people’s face. What you gonna do next, walk down 7th Avenue in New York with your breasts out? What you gonna do next, not care that there’s kids around while you do it? What’s next? What’s to stop you? Where’s the decorum?”
Smith agreed with the decision to ban Montoya from future events, questioning the appropriateness of her actions and the lack of decorum.
Smith then shared his own personal history with breasts, revealing that he has been seeing them all his life and throughout his adult sexual experiences.
“I’ve been seeing breasts all my life. I was breastfed by my mamma out of the womb. And after that, once I grew up, and I started to engage in sexual activities, which now spans about [38 years], I’ve been seeing breasts all my adult life. Since I was 17.”
Good to know.