Tits for peace?
“A baby that breast feeds and cuddles on his mother is a manifestation of compassion and tenderness which we loose when we become adults. Unfortunately, in the Middle East, compassion is a rare feeling. Because of our survival mechanism, we become rough which is the opposite of what we felt when we where cuddling on our mom’s breast.
In the play Lysistrata, women succeed in bringing about peace by withholding sexual privileges to their husbands – hopefully, if all the women in the Middle East withhold access of their breast, it will bring us an enduring peace as well.”