By Anonymous - 08/09/2015 22:33 - United States - Las Vegas
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B-cups are perfectly normal and not small. There are girls out there that don't even really fill A-cups. During puberty, my boobs grew from an A-cup at 14 to an E-cup at 22, and later continued to grow to a G-cup during pregnancy and breastfeeding. B-cups are by far the most versatile size out there. You don't really need support and can wear thin, lacy bras if you want, you don't need heavy duty corset like sport bras, a light one will do, most dresses will fit your boobs, you can wear strapless dresses, and with a push up bra you can still show decent cleavage. C-cups are still OK, everything bigger starts being uncomfortable and in the way most of the time.
Agreed. I used to be a D cup bordering on DD. I got down to a solid C cup through toning exercises and cutting back on carbs. I am so much happier. My back doesn't hurt as much from them weighing me down and I can find bras easier and wear cute tank tops now (I don't have to get the thick straps or built in bra ones). Big, in this case, is so overrated!
#67, I bet you don't have kids (yet). My E-cups used to be astonishingly perky throughout my 20s. When they grew two sizes during pregnancy and went back to normal again a year about a year later, not so much anymore. They are not hanging to my belt or anything that drastic, but they are softer do have a noticeable sag to them when not supported by a good bra.
Well, at least he's trying.
Some guys find small breasts attractive. Don't let it get to you.