Sarandon’s Bare Cleavage Act

By Team Feministaa in

This is a poem in response to the saggy breast comments which were showered upon Susan Sarandon when she bared her cleavage as a memorial tribute to support the SAG awards. Various celebrities had negative and positive opinions about her act and this poem is a reply to those who think it was “tacky”.
What is saggy is the sense of humor
-barbaric, pitiable, patriarchal tumor.
I browsed your pictures-
you look so elegant, Susan.
I was almost fixed
at your charming smile and dazzling face.
Your bosoms speak
so much grace-
I saw Kate almost touching
them in adoration-
they are anything but saggy.
Numbed by your boldness
the unready men
tweet and whine
I wonder how their
man-boobs look at 69.

Raghavendra Madhu

Raghavendra Madhu works in the realms of social development and public health. He is the founder of Poetry Couture , one of India’s largest pro-bono initiative running across Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Agra and Chennai

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