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Good morrow, milady, might I capture your cleavage?
Good morrow, milady, might I capture your cleavage?

12 bodacious Ren Faire bosoms

Some go to the Renaissance Faire for the turkey legs, but some go for the buffet of breasts. It’s true: the amount of exposed cleavage at Ren Faires, including the Bristol Renaissance Faire, makes the Elizabethan excursion feel like a scene from "Wenches Gone Wild."

All of the women in these photos agreed to share their cleavage, so loosen thy codpiece or corset, take a swig from ye tankard and get a load of these Ren Faire racks. 

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OK, fine, that's not a Ren Faire lady, that's a Ren Faire statue. A rather stacked statue.

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LegallyBlonde | Aug. 4, 2017 at 9:38 a.m. (report)

34046 When I first clicked, I just figured Begel wrote this. Nice work, Molly!

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Photodavie | July 27, 2015 at 8:56 a.m. (report)

36366 I've got to say I'm torn by this "pictorial". Part of me agrees with all the commenters on the objectification of women. But part of me enjoyed a fun pictorial that truly captures the main event at Ren Faire (with the caveat that the piece was written and photographed by a woman who informed her subjects upfront about what she was doing). I think the most interesting comment referenced the missing faces of these women. I'd like to know what Molly's thought on that is.

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Otto | July 26, 2015 at 2:19 p.m. (report)

Number 5 has the best pair at the Faire

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mbradleyc | July 23, 2015 at 11:43 p.m. (report)

36676 Hosanna! I think I need a turkey leg and some mead.

Thanks, ladies!

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