By flatchested Sam - 01/12/2013 00:16 - United States - Radcliff
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Some guys like small boobs. I do! Don't hate it embrace it!! Society sucks anyway just be you and you'll be fine. (:
#79, 87, I'm just so sick of the double-standard! All the girls rally around the flat-chested ones and are charmed by the guys who claim they prefer small boobs. Yet, no one stands up for the tiny-penised guys. You never see any girls saying "I prefer small dicks." Those guys need love, too.
Push-up bras are false advertising anyways :P Buy your mom some wrinkle cream for Christmas.
Eh, I'd say if OP prefers the way she looks when wearing a push up bra then to go for it. Just to make sure she's doing it for herself rather than because she feels pressure from other people. I pick most of my clothes because they make me look better in my eyes, but I've finally learnt that how I look in my mind is totally different to how society thinks I should look.
I see this joke a lot. I don't think people understand how boobs work... Push up bras give cleavage. A tiny minority or even no pair of natural breasts are pushed together. They shouldn't touch. I think you mean those crazy "add 100 cup sizes!" Bras. That's false advertising. Being an E/F cup I've never had to wear one of those, but I wear a push up on a night out so they looks pretty in a nice shirt.
I like the size of my boobs. Big boobs (I hear) can suck and be uncomfortable, but small boobs can make you feel insecure. I just accept who I am, chest size and all
I have large boobs and they make me incredibly insecure as well. Big breasts do not look like they do in the media or in drawings- that's denying how gravity works, etc. I'd much prefer to have smaller ones in terms of aesthetics, but I'm trying to learn to love the ones I have.
I have small boobs. Some doctors say smaller ones are better because it's easier to find tumors and abnormalities in them, and that they keep sensitivity to touch longer than big ones. And also that they stay perkier for longer. Plus my husband loves how I am anyway. I was really insecure about it in high school, but I don't care now. OP, just ignore people who judge you for how you look. You'll find someone who loves everything about you!
Every woman should like the size of their boobs, and every true man should like the girl for who they are, not for their breast size or any aesthetic reason. Back in college, I actually had a relationship get ruined by a chick that stuffed her bra. Not because I found out, I wanted to comfort her that I didn't care for her breast size. It was because she burst into hysterics and thought no man would want her. It's not right, and for those who doubt me, just know that there are those of us who want the girl for who she is, not what she is.
For me, I don't feel like I'm fully a woman, with womanly "charms", because my breasts are small. I get mistaken for a teenager often, and not just because my face looks young. I would feel better about myself, and that's what matters. It's not about any man or anyone else. Sure, I can 'accept' it, but I'll still be wearing bras that flatter me and make me look larger. I don't want -huge- breasts, mind you, just... somewhat larger. I'm a 30DD ( trust me, it's not that big, but media in the US has us all brainwashed to think so ), and I'd love to be about a 30F or 30FF ( UK sizing ). I'd match my hips/bum for once!
41- are you kidding me... No, my best friend is a DD, they're big. Girls like you are annoying. "Oh my boobs are big already but I want them bigger.". Why? What's the point of that? People will love you for who you are, not how big your breasts are. Some boys will care only about that, but men won't. And not to sound rude, but you seem to be fishing for compliments, saying how big your breasts and hips/bum are. Fish somewhere else?
@56 But she's a 30DD. Granted that's not small, but it's certainly not the same as say 38DD. The number matters too; it's not all about the cup size. For example, I'm a 34C/D (my weight isn't very steady because of my metabolism). They're not small, but they're not particularly large either. It's quite a happy size. Anyway, a friend of mine who is a larger girl, has bigger boobs than mine, but she's a B cup. 30DD would probably be about the same as my 34C but on an even more petite body.
There is no such thing as a small DD unless maybe you're a larger woman and your gut sticks out farther than your boobs. I'm a 32D and on my small frame, they're huge. In any case, there are millions of men who like millions of tit types, and many don't discriminate at all!
Thank you! That's exactly right, and people just do NOT understand that cup sizes aren't static! They're ignorantly insisting that the media is right, and A always means tiny and DD always means gigantic. >< If you want to share in the future, here's a comparison of some D/DD sizes - tinyurl(.)com(/)huuuugeboobs
I'm sorry you're also self-conscious and some people are so inconsiderate. Although I, for example, would kill for just a size B doesn't mean it would satisfy everyone. You're entitled to your own opinion of your body, just know that some people do have it worse in this case!
I'm just self-conscious when I want to look sexy but can't because I'm not that well-endowed. >< I'm fine with my body otherwise. I COULD be totally flat ( like a 30A, yikes ), so I'm glad I'm not like that. But.. "Size B"? Cup sizes are not static. They depend entirely on the band size. I'm a 28E / 30DD / 32D / 34C / 36B / 38A, in terms of volume. You can't just say "Oh, I'm a B cup", because it means absolutely -nothing-. Go to these links and you'll find out what I'm saying. tinyurl.com/properfitbra and tinyurl.com/huuuugeboobs
I have looked at your link, and to me those boobs aren't exactly small. They're not huge, but still not small. My actual bra size is 32AA or 34AAA (yes, these sizes really exist, but they can only be found in shops specialized in small sizes, or in the children's department if I'm lucky).
It's really nice reading that other woman are as small chested as me. And it makes me smile reading the supportive comments about loving any breast size. :) It took me a very long time to be comfortable with my body. I'm now 21 and still an A-cup. Oh well. I like the way I am. :)
Wearing a push up bra isn't going to you look better. Yes it might be nice to have perky boobs but you need to be happy with what you got. Be confident & flaunt your best features. You want someone to like you for you & not just your body anyways. :)