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karategrrl
post Oct 6 2008, 08:19 AM
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QUOTE(Aithinne @ Oct 3 2008, 06:30 PM) *
I also HATE when people say "more than a mouthful/handful is a waste" and other such dismissive comments to try to make small-breasted women feel better. I don't want men to say this to me. I want them to say instead, "Small breasts are damn sexy, womanly, and feminine in their own right. They are beautiful and turn me on as much as larger breasts. I love small breasts on women!" THAT, my friends, would make me feel great if it came from a man's mouth. Not that stupid, more than a mouthful is wasteful crap. I wish we would hear some real compliments in response to small breasts, instead of those stupid evasive comments.


Right on, right on! Try telling a man "more than mouthful is a waste." That would go over like a ton of bricks.

QUOTE(Aithinne @ Oct 3 2008, 06:30 PM) *
Another gripe I have is clothing for small breasted women. Large-breasted women always seem to say that clothes fit better on us. They are WRONG. Clothes fit best on women with medium-sized breasts. Large-breasted women are always agonizing over how they are always popping out of their clothes, but small-breasted women constantly struggle when they cannot fill anything out. And I can't tell you how angry I used to get when I would go to buy a bra and they were either white, black, or nude colors. Nothing pretty, lacy, or racy for us smallies. Like we weren't feminine enough to have sexy clothing made for us. I always thought lingerie companies were telling us smallies that we weren't real women because we were small, that we weren't sexy so we didn't need the sexy underthings. It felt like they were patronizingly patting our backs from afar and telling us that when we develop into real women, then we can shop for real women's lingerie.


Again, I couldn't agree more!

Great to see so much going on here!!

Hey ladies, I like lulalu stuff and especially the Agent Provacateur lingerie, but does anyone know of really cute petite bras and stuff that don't cost so much? It's not that I'm not worth it and all that, but I just don't want to break the bank on stuff that never sees the light of day. $150. bras????? Cripes. I can buy 3 pairs of shoes for that.
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Vendetta
post Oct 5 2008, 03:52 PM
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lol I didn't mean harm. It's kinda "sweet fools".
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post Oct 5 2008, 11:23 AM
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vendetta you seem much more positive than the last time i was here:)
except for the calling us fools part
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post Oct 4 2008, 11:33 PM
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I feel we are all a bunch of fools, though I'm in it and probably I'm on the worst side most of the time. I can't believe there is a "small breast support group" and I'm part of it. And worst, the girls I "meet" that are part of it too, are smart and insightfull as a subject like this whouldn't expect. Thank you all for teaching me that intelligent women are allowed to have this sort of issues in the middle of active and criative lives. That we are all just women sometimes, and have the right to be so.
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post Oct 4 2008, 12:15 PM
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Why are boobs so EVERYTHING???

I was in a humongous liquor store in Chicago a couple of weekends ago (I don't drink, but the whole family was going on this booze buying excursion so I joined) and I saw this bottle of wine with a drawn woman on it. She had a very small, very sad, very triangular shaped, boob just sagging down as if were a big tear coming out of her very being. Her facial expression looked very sad as well. (and I could perfectly understand why!)

I froze when I saw it. I felt mortified, like I was being made fun of, and that people who buy that wine think, "Thank God MY (or my wife's) boobs don't look like that!!!" And that they have soirees at which they serve that wine from the bottle, passing it around so everyone can laugh at the woman with the gross boob on the label.

And then I was self-conscious that people around me would know exactly why I was staring at that particular wine label for so long. (I'm flat on the left, but have something even worse going on on the right...I'm totally asymmetrical, and the thing on the right is not normal. I've come to find out just recently that it's "tuberous") My right thing falls down and is way way lower than the left. It's totally obvious in clothes. It's always obvious. Nothing on the left, blobby dollhouse sized toilet paper tube on the right. You can tell I'm full of self love today.

I had been in an okay mood since our family was all together (cousins, aunt, mom, dad) and I felt "safe" for the first time in a long time, but that picture killed my mood in a millisecond.

I hate the reminders, I hate how it never goes away.
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post Oct 4 2008, 08:59 AM
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woah ive missed so much!
Haven't been able to read everything yet so I'll just make some random boob-related remarks that probably have no place in the current conversation.
I saw 'the Dutchess' recently, inc a fab topless keira scene. she really is my hero of the celeb world. im also loving ayness deyn at the moment. i started liking her due to her style and hair but then i saw these pics http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showb...icle1170446.ece which pretty much made my day:). i know the Sun is a terrible paper but i was also kind of impressed that there wasnt one remark about her size in the 'article'. Not sure if she's even known in the states but thought i'd share anyway. I chose to ignore the comments people have made. the readers of that rag arenttypically the sort whose opinion i would value. I'm sure a lot of people have made negative remarks but does she honestly look as if she gives a f**k.
I've also heard a lot of comments lately about how they not only like but prefer small breasts. Im pretty sure these men have always existed but i think it's taken my own acceptance of myself before i was willing to realise it. and even a lot of the men who are into breasts would prefer small natural ones over big fake ones. Ive heard this loads of times but for some reason always assumed it was a lie
I wish i could go au-naturel in the padding department because it would save a lot of worry when it came to erm exposing myself to new partners. however i really dont dress for men and as i like the way a bit of shape looks under most clothes, it shall remain. I dont feel like im trying to fool anyone, women do all sorts of crazy things to adapt their appearance as they so choose.
Aithinne 34bs sound absolutely perfect for a petite woman like yourself. if i saw you in the street id probably envy your figure:)
underwear-wise i bought some gorgeous camisole type sets recently. no worries over cup-size and they still look super cute in bed, drawing attention to my best bits.
sorry but im dying to catch up on all the posts i've missed
*gets hot drink and settles down to small-breast-fest*
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post Oct 4 2008, 06:14 AM
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thanks crinoliiiiiine!
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post Oct 3 2008, 09:25 PM
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wow, aithinne, definately a relatable post. i must lend my support to the side of the B-cup girls, in many cases this is still considered very small. i think sometimes it depends on your body type too. i realize there are girls who are smaller, but i think we can still relate.
i am a 30B which is very difficult to find a bra for in Canada. sometimes i love my small breasts, but there are times, esp being very aware that i am underweight, that i am extremely self concious of them. my breasts are quite far apart, and don't have the shape they used to after nursing a baby for 1.5 years, so there is no cleavage happening, and they dissapear quite easily under clothes. i think there are nice bras i can wear, but i resent having to pay through the teeth for them! i used to work at La Vie En Rose and i remember looking through the product catalogues. the amount of size discrimination (for us small and large) was unbelievable! most of the "standard" (read white, beige, black) wear bras were avaliable 34-38A, 34-38B, 34-38C, 34-40D, 36-40DD. many of the colorful, lacy, or interesting ones, were only avaliable in 3 or 4 sizes! it was stupid. and although we were taught to measure women properly, we were still expected to sell to whomever came in the store. any women who were "small" were encouraged toward a 34A, and i can't tell you how many women i saw cramming themselves into a DD, when they should have been an E, F, or G.

the only 32A we carried, was a water bra. i'm all for padding etc and playing around with your size, but it's like they figured we wouldn't want anything else. this mind set is twisted.

/end rant.
thanks for indulging me, that felt good. i enjoy reading your posts everyone.
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post Oct 3 2008, 08:53 PM
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QUOTE(dj-bizmonkey @ Oct 3 2008, 10:44 AM) *
maybe it's just me being over-analytical, but i thought it was interesting that in american pornography, bare breasts=sex, while in france, bare breasts were just part of the whole sex package. i think it speaks to the breast obsession that we have in the USA (that appears to be spreading now). breasts have become hypersexualized because they aren't as 'dirty' as other aspects of sexuality. we are fixated on the breasts because our puritan sub-conscious won't let us look at a vagina. you follow me? maybe it's a stretch.....

This theory rings true to me, remember all the hoopla over Janet's breast at the super bowl. The reactions definitely came from a puritanical place because there was nothing sexual about that "wardrobe malfunction". We can see ass cheeks all day in the media and no one bats an eyelash, nor should they, and neither should we about some breast tissue.

Again, I think that emphasis on breast tissue is cultural, and am grateful to come from a culture that sees sexuality or femininity as emanating from more than just the breast tissue.

I am not amazon height, but I am on the taller side at 5'8 & 3/4", I've got A cups (sometimes B's depending on the bra) and plenty of curves that fit nicely with my small bust. I think having good posture has always helped my sex appeal and confidence in myself. I stick my chest out in defiance of the overall attitudes about small breast. I don't wear certain things that flatten me out too heavily on top, and love having a hint of cleavage. And I've also been totally crushed out on girls that were A, AA, AAA cups.



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post Oct 3 2008, 08:09 PM
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V- Lulalu ships to Portugal, scroll down to the bottom of that page and it's on the countries list. Lulalu specializes in petite bras, especially size AA-A.
I love this one .

Aithinne (hi! welcome to the board)- Are you saying that you can't find a pretty, lacy, racy bra in a size 34B? like this or this or this? They're everywhere, if you look for them.
I have smaller breasts than you (32A) and my boyfriend just says that they're "perfect". And from the amount of his attention/interest that they generate, I believe him. So some guys really do say things like that, and it isn't trite or contrived.


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post Oct 3 2008, 06:36 PM
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hei Aithinne, I'm gonna have to re-read your post so that I can reply to it properly. But right now I think you should only focus on your emotional barriers, that seem to have grown with you and maybe a bit provided by your familiar environment and forget about the breast thing. Your breasts are not small, your breast size is the size millions of women are paying to get. Small is AAA/AA cup breasts and even A cup is big for me, but no matter what size they are, be sure that no men is "avoiding" you because of them. Men are not the pigs we tend to believe they are. Your "social issue" may rely on your own behaviour like your introverted side and your insecurity and people sense that. They do.

Have you tried on Intimissimi? They only work with B-cups. And you have all kind of lingerie in B-cups, you just gotta search for it. A-cup and less are the ones that are hard to find, at least around here. I've never seen a bra in my size. Push-up bras are too a chance for you since you have something to push up. Just open your mind cause your B cups are medium sized girl. Cheer up
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post Oct 3 2008, 03:53 PM
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girltrouble, you write like a poet or erotica novelist. Amaazing!

DJ, about "false advertising," once again, your insight amazes me. Yep, you are right--wearing a contoured or padded bra is no different than wearing makeup.

Aithinnie, WOW. Thanks so much for sharing. And WELCOME! I'm about to leave work but have so much I could respond to in your post, so I will have to save it for another time. A lot of what you wrote could have come tumbling out of MY mouth, my dear.
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post Oct 3 2008, 01:43 PM
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Some pretty bras for Aithinne. I wish I could wear this stuff, so you'll have to wear it for me!


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post Oct 3 2008, 01:30 PM
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Hello there ladies... I'm new to this website and have loved the conversations here about small breasts. I haven't read through all the posts, so I hope you all will forgive me if mine is not on the current topic of the board. I also hope you'll forgive the length of my post, and appreciate those of you who take the time to read it.

I've been looking around the internet for months now, trying to find support for small-breasted women. I stumbled on this site and it has helped me tremendously, so I thank all you women who have posted here, because you all have helped me not to feel so sad and hopeless. I have so many emotions bottled for so many years, that it's finally come to the point where I have to talk to somebody or I'll explode. So here goes:

I'm 23 and petite, with 34Bs. I know some of you have smaller breasts than me, but I've always thought mine quite small. I've always been very introverted, and have difficulty making friends. I guess I don't have the personality where people naturally feel relaxed and comfortable around you. So I tend to keep to myself. Because of my introverted personality and the fact that my dad has always looked at emotions and emotional people as idiots without reason and rationality, I've never told anyone about my deepest feelings. And now since I recently graduated from college and feel lost in life, all of my bottled up feelings have come to the forefront and have become magnified. My feelings of being adrift in life have multiplied exponentially what I always thought of as a minor confidence problem. I've always had what I considered a small problem with feeling like I'll never succeed, that I don't have what it takes. Now because those feelings have grown out of control, I seem to be pulling all my other insecurities out of my closet and magifying those as well. I think feeling confident has always been a struggle and my small breasts have suddenly exploded into a real problem for me and I feel like I'm scrambling to build myself up again.

I remember back in middle and high school being excited that I would finally grow breasts and develop womanly curves. It didn't happen. I felt like I got short-changed, that God forgot about me in the middle of puberty. I felt like I was being punished. I remember in middle school I got asked out by a boy I liked and found out in front of an entire lunch table of his popular friends that it was a joke. I remember in high school watching all the girls getting boyfriends and I didn't. I didn't get my first boyfriend until after I graduated from high school, and I honestly think I only dated him because he was the only one that seemed to want me. I figured, I should date him because I don't know if it will ever happen again. After all, I'd been invisible to men my whole life. I didn't feel pretty, but I didn't feel ugly either. Just plain, not noticable either way. I actually remember one time in high school when I almost walked right into a popular guy because he opened the door for me and in my subconsious I didn't think that he would do that. I'm so used to being invisible and overlooked, that to this day, that door-opening experience reminds me how shocked I felt that a male would actually notice my existence and rush to open the door for me.

Naturally, it's human nature to want answers for the things that happen to us. I was always looking, trying to think of why I was always alone, why no one wanted me, and getting frustrated because I could not figure out for the life of me what was so wrong about me that I wasn't likeable to men. I would get confused and angry because I just didn't understand why I was overlooked so much. I actually don't normally obsess over my flaws, I actually usually don't think about it at all, I'm intelligent, I have a passion for science, I was always good in school, not a drama queen, very easy going and even tempered, and I've always been a reasonable person. And I honestly didn't think I was so unattractive that it would be impossible for a man to be attracted to me, so it really confused me when I had all these good qualities but nobody wanted to consider me in a romantic way. I think because of all my confusion over my invisibility, I latched on to my small breasts as the only scapegoat I could come up with. It was the only thing that I could see that might be a turn off for men, might be the reason they didn't want me.

We've all grown up with the societal view that small-breasts signal immaturity, pubescent femininity, not the sensual curves of womanhood. On the rational side, I know all this anxiety over my small breasts is stupid. I know that 60% of women have B-cups or less. I know that many small-breasted women have men that love them for who they are, and love their small breasts. But sometimes all the media and teasing and negative feedback from my teenage years still opens deep hurtful wounds. I wonder if anyone will be attracted to me, if anyone will love me. Would they cheat on me, and would I blame my breasts? I always worry that I wouldn't be able to keep a man, because you know their roaming eyes, and I'd wonder if he was shopping for someone better, prettier, more womanly and volumptuous. I worry that I would wonder if while with me, he would fantasize about how great it would be if I had curves. I worry that I would wonder if I turned him on, if my small breasts were a turn-off. I would wonder if he was just settling for my 'unfortunate lack of curves'. I feel sometimes like I would have to settle for a man because he would have to settle for the body I was given.

I've tried telling myself all the things that large-breasted women go through, the back pain, the talking to the chest, the labels. But it doesn't work. Sure, there are a lot of advantages to small breasts. I like sleeping on my stomach, I like hugging people close, I like not wearing a bra all the time, I like that they aren't saggy. But I still wish I looked more curvy. I feel like my body does not match the rest of me. I have the heart of a woman, the mind of a woman, the spirit of a woman, and i feel stuck sometimes in this unfeminine body. Other times I love my body and feel comfortable with it, and can't understand why it's not considered feminine by men and others. I understand that it would suck to constantly have people and men talking to your chest, and I imagine that large-breasted ladies might sometimes feel trapped in their bodies, like their bodies didn't match the women they are. But, in my mind, I dismiss this as a way to feel better about my small breasts because I figure, hey, at least they are noticed! After being invisible my whole life, being seen at all would be so nice.

I also HATE when people say "more than a mouthful/handful is a waste" and other such dismissive comments to try to make small-breasted women feel better. I don't want men to say this to me. I want them to say instead, "Small breasts are damn sexy, womanly, and feminine in their own right. They are beautiful and turn me on as much as larger breasts. I love small breasts on women!" THAT, my friends, would make me feel great if it came from a man's mouth. Not that stupid, more than a mouthful is wasteful crap. I wish we would hear some real compliments in response to small breasts, instead of those stupid evasive comments.

Also, if you have noticed recently, there seems to be this backlash against petite naturally thin women going on. I understand many women feel self-conscious about having curves and a little 'meat on their bones' and would write me off as an idiot for wishing I wasn't so thin. But I wish people would understand that every body type has their possible self-criticism. I've always grown up with the idea that men like women and women have curves, so I have always wished I could be like my curvy peers. Recently, I've been noticing that people have been saying things like "real women have curves", and people talking about how skinny is bad and unhealthy-looking and that men like women with something to grab on to. I don't have curves. I am healthy, but I happen to have a fast metabolism that keeps me shapeless. It just seems that recently people have been bashing women without curves in order to boost up those women who are self-conscious that they actually have them. This angers me because we shouldn't be bashing one body type to make another feel better. Why can't we all be beautiful? Tall, short, skinny, curvy, large breasts, small breasts. Why do we have to bring one down to build the other up?

Another gripe I have is clothing for small breasted women. Large-breasted women always seem to say that clothes fit better on us. They are WRONG. Clothes fit best on women with medium-sized breasts. Large-breasted women are always agonizing over how they are always popping out of their clothes, but small-breasted women constantly struggle when they cannot fill anything out. And I can't tell you how angry I used to get when I would go to buy a bra and they were either white, black, or nude colors. Nothing pretty, lacy, or racy for us smallies. Like we weren't feminine enough to have sexy clothing made for us. I always thought lingerie companies were telling us smallies that we weren't real women because we were small, that we weren't sexy so we didn't need the sexy underthings. It felt like they were patronizingly patting our backs from afar and telling us that when we develop into real women, then we can shop for real women's lingerie.

Ugh, I'm just in a slump right now, and appreciate anyone who read my post. I had to get that off my chest wink.gif It makes me feel better that there are ladies like you all who know how I feel, yet who have chosen to live life the best way they can, without going under the knife and bowing to pressure. When I come here and read comments from you ladies, I don't feel so isolated and alone. I don't feel so invisible. And I thank you for any comments you have to offer me, and any support as well.

Have a wonderful small boobie day, and LIVE SMALL! Haha, we should make yellow bracelets.

Hugs and love to you all,
Aithinne
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post Oct 3 2008, 12:44 PM
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QUOTE(karategrrl @ Oct 2 2008, 03:31 PM) *
This came up once before here. Someone else did not have the same experience as I--that is, women were harsher with her than men and didn't accept her small breasts like men did. (I forget who it was, though.) I guess there are really no generalizations.


karategrrl- (thanks for the welcome back, btw) that was lux, a bustie who may be long gone but she was on here intermittently for awhile. she had a pretty critical gf as i recall.

while i've never had a female lover (though i hope to at least once before i die!) all gay/bi women that have been attracted to me loved my breasts, how small they were, the shape etc. whatever it is, lesbians always make me feel good about myself. maybe it is that sisterhood, mutual femininity thing.

on a side note, i just wanted to address the idea of wearing a padded bra as being 'dishonest.' while i think i may have said something to that effect before, i don't necessarily believe that is the best word to use. is a woman with bad skin dishonest if she wears make-up to cover it up? what about spanks or control-top panty-hose? what about hair dye? hell, you could take that logic to its natural conclusion and say that all the trappings of dress are in a way, dishonest. they are meant to enhance or conceal our bodies and make them appear more attractive than they are. i guess what i'm saying is, we should pick on or single out women who wear padded bras as being 'dishonest,' that women (or men) who use any other foreign, material means to enhance or change their appearance.

i was dinking around on netflix yesterday going through the 'watch instantly' section. i came across this AWFUL documentary called 'taboo: the beginning of erotic cinema.' the movie is terrible, i didn't watch the whole thing, but just the voice of the idiotic narrator was enough to make me turn it off. it's basically footage of porn from the 1920's-30's. i did watch some of it (on mute, mind you) and was struck by the wide variety of women featured and how beautiful and natural their bodies looked. it was like a renaissance painting come to life. i think in this age of high definition and re-touching we tend to forget what regular, attractive people look like. i also found this review striking:

"The more things change, the more things stay the same... or so we are supposed to think. The point of Taboo is to provide us with an overview of early porn (oh ok, e-r-o-t-i-c-a), and to show that folks in the early 20th century weren't that different from the folks living in the early 21st. We are supposed to be shocked and also not surprised that a few men with access to early film cameras turned to making sex films much like early internet entrepreneurs turned to porn to make a stash of cash off of the freaks. Point taken. What's interesting is the choice to contrast American efforts with those of the French. The French were much more daring and filmed actual sex acts, male nudity, and some heavy S&M action. The Americans were more Puritanical. They mostly stuck with burlesque, no men, no sex, and lots and lots of bare breasts. Apparently, Puritanism ran so deep in the US that even the pornographers were infected by it. And that's about the gist of the whole film. The narrator offers nothing profound, and at times he's annoying, but the entire film is nothing but clips of early porn flicks, so feel free to turn off the volume and imagine yourself in 1932 watching a silent adult film in the privacy of the neighborhood pervert's living room. If the subject matter of early pornography interests you, then check out the film Inserts with Richard Dreyfuss from the mid-70's. It's well made and quite entertaining."

maybe it's just me being over-analytical, but i thought it was interesting that in american pornography, bare breasts=sex, while in france, bare breasts were just part of the whole sex package. i think it speaks to the breast obsession that we have in the USA (that appears to be spreading now). breasts have become hypersexualized because they aren't as 'dirty' as other aspects of sexuality. we are fixated on the breasts because our puritan sub-conscious won't let us look at a vagina. you follow me? maybe it's a stretch.....

((((busties))))

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post Oct 3 2008, 11:10 AM
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I looove triangle bras, I find them sexy, sophisticated and retro like you said. But don't get me wrong, you gotta have at least an A cup to look good in it. I've got one and sometimes I use it to sleep in summer and I love it to death, but are you picturing those 11 year old girls who wear bikini tops to cover-up-I-don't-know-what? At least an A cup to fill them out would be nice. I'm not petite either, I'm tall and generally slender, but my torso is very long and flat and my legs are short and bigger in thighs and bottom area. I love jeans with low waist, even though I know they only make my legs shorter and my torso bigger lol So I think a padded bra balances me out a bit. The padding creates the illusion of having more waist and hips and makes my clothes look better.
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post Oct 3 2008, 10:20 AM
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i love triangle bras. i find them waaaaaay sexier than underwires, or regular brawls (heh) and they are just so femme. i love even looking at them when i see them in magazines, or in photographs. it seems like they are stylishly retro, you know? they have this lovely air of sophistication, and when i think of women i think are sexily smart, like katherine hepburn, well, little boobs are just the best. i love playing peek-a-boo with them, even when it's just me looking in the mirror. i love covering my nipples with two fingers or covering them with my arm, cupping them, looking at them in profile. small boobies are the coolest. and triangle braws seem like they are out of the 20's or 30's like a camisole or a slip. there is something so sleek about them. but then, i rarely wear bras, unless i wear a bra with falsies. which i do every now and again, usually when i do a dj gig.

i'm not petite, i'm an amazon, 6' or 6' 1". i used to think because i was so tall, that small boobs weren't that feminine, but i think of them now as very feminine, i think of all those lanky models wearing those shirts cut down to their belly button, and i have a shirt or two like that. i love wearing them because i know i can get away with it, and it doesn't look sleazy, it looks super hot. and it feels so effortless.

it's kind of funny, but i love showing my little booblettes off as much as any big boobed girl, and to me it seems so much less contrived. i don't have to wear something to bear my cleavage, no push up bras, nothing low cut for the ladies to get attention. i could wear a slightly loose racer back cotton cami, something so...humble, so casual, so effortless, and i am always amazed at the attention that they get. or i can wear something body hugging, and bang!

its so funny i used to day dream about getting a boob job, and i occasionally do, but mostly now i feel like i'm getting away with something. like oh, you might not know it, but these little babies? they are sooo my secret weapon. i don't have to shout to get that attention, i'll just whisper. and why not? i've always appreciated the use of deft, subtle, moves that fly below the radar...

have a great day, small busties!


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post Oct 3 2008, 09:44 AM
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This is slightly off-topic but since we've mentioned mothers-in-law with large breasts, I have to share this joke that was told to me by my ex's mom years ago. She's dead now but I really did love her a lot. But we had a constant battle over my skimpy/sexy way of dressing - she was very conservative. I knew we were getting to a better place with our conflict when she told me this joke, in her heavy Charleston accent:

A teenage girl was visiting her grandmother and they were getting ready to go out to dinner together but when the Grandma saw the skimpy top the girl was wearing she said "You can't go out wearing that!", to which the girl replied "Grandmother, it's my body and I can wear what I want!". So Grandma said "Wait a minute, I'll be right back" and disappeared into her bedroom. A few minutes later she came out wearing a top cut down to almost her belly button. The teenager said "Grandmother, you can't go out wearing that!". To which the grandmother replied "If you can show off your cute little rosebuds, there's no reason I can't display my hanging baskets!"

smile.gif Have a great weekend, everybody!
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post Oct 3 2008, 08:39 AM
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QUOTE(strongirl @ Oct 2 2008, 09:58 PM) *
Believe me, they are out there and there is no shortage! And I'm too busy to take care of them all myself! wink.gif


LOL!! laugh.gif

Vendetta, glad you are doing better! You sound better.

I once dated a guy whose mom and sister both had tremendous knockers. I once asked him why he'd be into me if he was used to that. He said he was kind of tired of it. (Side story: His sister and her fiance got one of those shirts made in the mall with their picture on it. The caption said, "What a Pair"--referring to she and he--but she was wearing a revealing bikini top in the photo, making her breasts the focal point. "What a Pair" took on a different meaning, to me, anyway. It was so hard not to laugh when I'd see it.
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post Oct 2 2008, 06:47 PM
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Besides triangle bras and similar, which make me look like a boy under my clothes, I hate the feeling of an empty cup, not to say that I would have to cover myself a bit more so that no one could see my nipples when I move. And there are no AAA/AA bras around here, at all, so the contour ones I have been looking for all my life are a no chance for me and all those petite size sites don't ship to Portugal. So what's lacking in breast tissue, my bras have in padding so they can fit me. But still, sometimes my girlfriends or bf have to tell me, "I can see your nipple". So no chance in no padding lol

Ailurophile, I do feel better. My breasts don't make my day, but I think a bit less about them and that's why I'm better. And since I stopped worrying if bf likes them or not, and I guess I don't give a shit about it for almost 2 or 3 months, I'm feeling waay better. Cause sex stopped being a torture as it was for some time. I don't feel like a sex queen but at least I can have an orgasm lol But my bras still don't fit me and I still look like a boy in my tops and nothing bounces between my low-cut tops. So it's just me.
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