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Old 07-03-2011, 11:29 PM   #21
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Mmmm! A few things to remember!

Gravity won't play havoc when you get older.
I try to remember this one. I get reminded that I can go without a bra if I choose but then I start thinking I look too manly, I'll only do it with a dress that fits a certain way and doesn't make my boobs look toooo small.

I'm slowly getting more comfortable with them. I'm a 34a by the way, but I usually wear a 34b because the As fit kind of weird. I also get upset because they are too cone-y for my preference. The bf says he likes them, but sometimes I doubt him. And sometimes if i'm complaining, he'll say "well you could always get implants" (his way of being eternally supportive) but I take it as "OMG YOU HATE ME AND MY BOOBS!"
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Old 07-04-2011, 09:43 AM   #22
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My mother has big boobs and every month when my A's would swell from PMS she would say, Maybe this month they will grow! I used to joke that I inherited them from my dad's side of the family because my dad had small breasts...
Then one day my mother commented on a grandniece, how terrible for her that she was flat, and I just went off on her! But of course I would, I have the same "problem"!
I am beginning to see the point (one of them, at least) of this site. I never bragged about my "gifts" over my brother (my better grades in school) and actually I worked my butt off for them, while he watched TV. Point is, accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative, and boost up the neutral, that's why they invented the WonderBra. I've been walking around for YEARS as if my boobs don't exist (and after gaining 100 pounds, believe me, they DO), infuriating my female coworkers (I honestly don't understand why) because I rarely wore a bra, just a tshirt and blazer. Again, shame shame shame, that's what the parents always said. I guess I am doing pretty well, considering.
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Old 07-12-2011, 07:09 PM   #23
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Hello!

I was once really obsessed with my small breast size. I was a small 34a. It drove me CRAZY that I didn't have what I thought was what every man wanted. This plagued me for years. I fantasized about breast implants but was too cheap and too chicken to get them. Plus, I didn't want to mess up whatever I had cosmetically.

Finally, 10 years later, I realized one day that my size was perfect. I am still a 34a. I HATE wearing a bra. Luckily, with a 34a, no bra is really necessary!

Believe me, you are beautiful the way you are. Love your size. Don't buy into the tv and movie images of big fake boobs. Give yourself time to grow into them. Small is beautiful especially without bras to hold them up!
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Old 07-12-2011, 07:12 PM   #24
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Oh, I almost forgot one important tidbit! I was out shopping one day about a year ago. I had on a very low cut shirt and a good push up bra. One of the store people actually stopped me and asked me if I had had my boobs done. I was on cloud nine that she thought my boobs were done! I smiled, told her to just gain 10 pounds and she would have them too. I was the happiest person on the Earth that day...
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Old 08-18-2011, 03:05 PM   #25
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I've been a 34B for years and it hasn't stopped me from getting a date (or a husband, either). As long as I take care of myself physically and emotionally it doesn't really matter what my breast size is.
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I have 32B and was teased for years. I think the teasing from immature guys/girls is the problem and NOT our bodies. Some men (and women, depending on their sexuality) like smaller breasts. Forget the media and forget the haters. Women are beautiful no matter what their size! Flaunt what you got, big or small, because you are a beauty, lady!
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I'm very large chested and plan to get a reduction when I'm done having children. I envy women who can wear tank tops or do exercise or wear bikini tops without all the uncomfortable bounce. Don't even get me started on the back pain either. You should embrace what your body has and try to look at the benefits. For me I try to focus on the fact that my crazy size proportion makes my natural waist look tiny.

And word of hope! A lot of women find their breasts get bigger after they have a baby, and breastfeeding helps a bit too!
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Old 08-27-2011, 02:51 PM   #28
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I haven't read all the responses, but I just wanted to say that, as a large breasted woman, I wish I was less endowed. Many men I know say, honestly, that they prefer smaller breasts, because they remain perky and pretty for a lot longer, and because they're more delicate and nicer to play with. The fact is, some men like big boobs, some men like small boobs. Some men see the beauty in the different sorts of breasts. My mother was a small breasted woman, and (having seen her with her top off quite a lot when I was younger) I can categorically tell you that she was beautiful. As a girl I wanted nothing more than to grow up and look like my Mum in every way. (Obviously something went very wrong...)

Don't worry about your breast size. Women are always disatisfied. I wish mine were more like yours, you wish yours were more like mine... men just enjoy them. Relax, I'm sure your boyfriend is telling you the truth when he says that they're perfect. They're just right for your body, and he can see that. I wish I could persuade you of the fact, but your body type is one that's very much admired, and has been throughout history. Rejoice in yourself... you're beautiful.
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Old 09-01-2011, 11:24 PM   #29
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One thing you can do to boost confidence is go for styles that compliment smaller breasts. There have been times in history that small breasts were preferred to compliment fashion.

Lots of men like small breasts. Trust me. Not to be rude, but itty-bitty-titties are just as sexy, and there are plenty of celebrities who aren't afraid of theirs!

http://www.popsofa.com/wp-content/up...-knightley.jpg
http://images.starpulse.com/Photos/P...r-movie-02.jpg
http://stbjp.msn.com/i/CE/388F9D5F1E...E3B6282B67.jpg
http://loveashley.net/2010/07/01/gor...small-breasts/

I would honestly see natural smaller breasts than implants any day. I can see getting implants if it caused a person a lot of distress because their boobs were not the same size, if they had a mastectomy, but just having normal smaller breasts... why? They're lovely!
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I don't think it matters who is envious of who.
I don't think it matters what the opinion of the average male is.
I don't think it matters what society sees as "ideal."

I don't think a woman's breast size should be the deciding factor of her sex appeal and/or worth as a human being.
I think what matters is is how we view ourselves - in spite of criticism, in spite of compliments.
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