I still have no clue what Critical Tits even was, Although I probably should. I was just riding my bike and was suddenly surrounded by them, somehow, I looked quite simialr to the other girls and so everbody thought I was one ( I had a top on, but it was prety low cut, it was such a crush of cyclists that I couldnt get out for a couple minutes. It looked like an organized thing and not knowing what it was I wanted out of it, that and dudes kept snapping pictures, and I was like WTF is this? I was glad whaen I got out. I don't like riding in close formation, that is why I have never done any racing or touring with a group.
So anyway, Later in the week I met this girl and She was telling me how burning man was getting too touristy, and she didnt like guys taking pictures of critical tits. I can understand that being enveloped by them for a couple minutes, I didn't like it either, but mainly becaue I wasnt supposed to be there. I actualy would have liked to take a picture for myself because I see so few girls on bikes as it is. Now, to be fair, it could be that I am riding at the wrong times, but I see a lot more guys commuting than girls, and I was usualy the only woman on the bkie car that I used to take to work, but one time I got off work early and the bike car was full of women.
So this girl was working in bike camp or recycling camp totaly topless, which I thought was really ballsy. I never work topless or even braless anymore since I got one of my nipples caught in a fingerbreak in college metal shop. (true story) So I thought that was a bad Idea, not realy bad advice, but a bad Idea, based on my personal experience with my tits and tools.
I did get a lot of bad advice, but the worst was that I NEEDED a bike. Being used to riding a bike everywhere, having to ride with people who I am certain only ride once a year is just annoying, what's more, When I was walking, I would get rides on art cars and have fun conversations and people would give me drinks. I had a lot more fun on foot. I actualy brought an extra bike to gift and that was a nightmare that I won't get into.
I took the road less traveled, and now I would like to go back and find the paved one.