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karategrrl
post Apr 9 2009, 09:36 AM
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QUOTE(Aithinne @ Apr 7 2009, 10:36 PM) *
Where did everybody go? I miss you all... sad.gif I saw the Tyra Show today and they had a repeat episode on about boobs and butts. They had guys on there talk about their opinions, and they seemed like decent guys, so it was a somewhat positive small boobie show. What I've noticed is that when guys say they are 'boob men', they usually mean they are 'large boob men'. Does this bother anyone else? Why can't a 'boob man' mean that they like them small too?
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They need to find at least one guy that likes small boobs for those shows.

Yay for small-boob-lover men! Remember "P-LoverRay?" on this forum? Maybe small boobed men should all go by "SB-Lover_(name_here)_." No? Just a thought.

Something that occurred to me is that maybe we don't often hear much on TV or whatever from small breast appreciators because maybe they're just generally not as vocal as others. I mean, think about it--if men are going to thump their chests and boom how much they love breasts, it will likely be in a setting where it is also expected that they like BIG ones.

I saw an indie film a few years back called "Murderball" (about paralyzed wheelchair rugby players). It was awesome for what it was, of course, but I for one will NEVER forget a scene where the players were all having drinks and doing their guy-talk thing about women's bodies, and one of the men spoke out and (in contrast to all the others) said, "I don't like big tits!" No, nothing against big tits,of course, but it was SO awesome for this guy to acknowledge smallies and also to go against the others and stand firm. Yes, ladies, they are out there. Rare but precious. Small breast lovers, we salute you.
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post Apr 8 2009, 01:25 PM
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QUOTE(Aithinne @ Apr 8 2009, 12:52 PM) *
Oh that's so good to hear... Yay for small boobie men! And I think it's awesome that he has that greeting. I'd welcome that from a guy I was with. Sounds yummy. tongue.gif



A friend of mine is way into boobs. I think he tends toward enjoying larger breasts, but definitely appreciates the smaller ones too. Once, at a clothing optional camping event he told me I have the nicest A cups he's ever seen and would love to have a breasts of all sizes competition, but that he hadn't been able to find a competitor for me.

That felt nice.
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Aithinne
post Apr 8 2009, 11:52 AM
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Oh that's so good to hear... Yay for small boobie men! And I think it's awesome that he has that greeting. I'd welcome that from a guy I was with. Sounds yummy. tongue.gif
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post Apr 8 2009, 09:18 AM
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Hi Aithinne. For my part, I've been traveling and had other things going on lately. I just looked down and my boobs are still there but they have not been anywhere near the top of my priority list.

"Why can't a 'boob man' mean that they like them small too?" I think it can. In a conversation about body issues with my bf a while back, he said "I'm definitely a 'boob man'...just not necessarily a large boob man."

Something else interesting that I've noticed about him recently is that touching my breasts is part of his normal greeting/parting/affection behavior. Like when he comes home from work, we'll hug, kiss, and he'll casually touch my tits and ass, not as foreplay but just as an affectionate greeting. Is this common? I have never really experienced it before him. I do love it, tho.
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Aithinne
post Apr 7 2009, 05:36 PM
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Where did everybody go? I miss you all... sad.gif I saw the Tyra Show today and they had a repeat episode on about boobs and butts. They had guys on there talk about their opinions, and they seemed like decent guys, so it was a somewhat positive small boobie show. What I've noticed is that when guys say they are 'boob men', they usually mean they are 'large boob men'. Does this bother anyone else? Why can't a 'boob man' mean that they like them small too?

They also had pairs of girls on there, one with small boobs and the other with larger ones, and they had them switch sizes, gave the smallies some great padded bras and taped down the boobs of the larger breasted girls. One of the larger breasted women that had hers taped down was at a bar scene and commented after about how she actually had to 'try' when talking to guys. Wow, was all I could think to that.

They need to find at least one guy that likes small boobs for those shows.
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post Mar 30 2009, 11:19 AM
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QUOTE(starship @ Mar 29 2009, 03:57 PM) *

Funny how they sound apologetic that they can only augment one cup size. That'd be enough for me!
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post Mar 30 2009, 11:15 AM
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QUOTE(Aithinne @ Mar 29 2009, 06:33 PM) *
You know, I will be really excited when small boobs become the beauty statement when the whole population is full of women with humungous breasts. We smallies will become the exotic minorty.. lol.

CAN THIS PLEASE HAPPEN SOON??!! biggrin.gif
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post Mar 30 2009, 11:14 AM
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Hey ladies, just logging on again after a weeklong hiatus. Strongirl, I have to say I appreciate your comments and honesty. I have the athletic body but always idealized the curvy type and wished it was mine. Not to put "curvies" down, but you have reminded me to look for the beauty in my own type. I often remind myself but it helps to hear it from someone else.

I went to the baby shower of a close friend over the weekend. This is someone who was also always very small-breasted, and at one point was scheduled for breast augmentation. Anyhoo, there she was, pregnant, saying how she finally had her B-cups but she doesn't feel ANY DIFFERENT about her body, even with the bigger breasts. I knew at that moment I had to share with you all.
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Aithinne
post Mar 29 2009, 01:33 PM
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You know, I will be really excited when small boobs become the beauty statement when the whole population is full of women with humungous breasts. We smallies will become the exotic minorty.. lol.
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post Mar 29 2009, 10:57 AM
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http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/sciencetech/...le-Britain.html
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post Mar 25 2009, 12:42 PM
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QUOTE(angie_21 @ Mar 24 2009, 06:03 PM) *
I definitely got some negative comments from some boys. The best was once at work, walking past a class lineup of junior high boys, I heard one say to his buddy "hey, she's hot," (yay!) and the other reply, "no, look, she's totally flat" (sooo embarrassing!) Of course I remember it for the negative comment, not the positive one. In the end, I know that boys that young haven't seen a lot of girls naked (in real life, anyways) and learn most of their ideas about what's hot or not from TV and porn. At my age, most guys I choose to hang out with know by now that it's what a girl can do that's hot, not how she looks.

Thinking more carefully, I would say most of the negative thoughts I had were my own or (just like the boys) were learned from TV and magazines


Don't get me wrong, i've still had my share of mean comments from guys. I remember in sixth grade, a boy called me "the braless wonder" (cuz I wasn't wearing one yet) and my freshman year, another told me i have "nipples on my ribs". STOOPID IMMATURE BOYS! sad.gif

Good point about the media influence though. And now that you mention it, I think you are right about how when all is said and done ultimately most of the negativity comes from ourselves.
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post Mar 24 2009, 08:11 PM
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QUOTE(KeraBear @ Mar 24 2009, 09:14 AM) *
Interestingly enough, it seems I got more crap from other GIRLS about my tiny breasts than the boys.


Oh me too, I never thought that it would turn out that way. I get it from my sister, her friend and usually girls who are younger and bustier than I am.
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post Mar 24 2009, 05:03 PM
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QUOTE(KeraBear @ Mar 24 2009, 07:14 AM) *
Interestingly enough, it seems I got more crap from other GIRLS about my tiny breasts than the boys.


I definitely got some negative comments from some boys. The best was once at work, walking past a class lineup of junior high boys, I heard one say to his buddy "hey, she's hot," (yay!) and the other reply, "no, look, she's totally flat" (sooo embarrassing!) Of course I remember it for the negative comment, not the positive one. In the end, I know that boys that young haven't seen a lot of girls naked (in real life, anyways) and learn most of their ideas about what's hot or not from TV and porn. At my age, most guys I choose to hang out with know by now that it's what a girl can do that's hot, not how she looks.

Thinking more carefully, I would say most of the negative thoughts I had were my own or (just like the boys) were learned from TV and magazines
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QUOTE(angie_21 @ Mar 19 2009, 11:25 AM) *
But now I try to appreciate everyone as people (after all, if we are judging so many people on their boobs, then we are just as shallow as the teenage boys who made us feel bad in the first place!


Interestingly enough, it seems I got more crap from other GIRLS about my tiny breasts than the boys.
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post Mar 24 2009, 01:10 AM
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Kind of off topic, sorry ladies.. But I found this article when I was feeling a little down about being curveless, and loved it.

About the author of "Real Women Have Curves".
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post Mar 23 2009, 08:34 PM
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I don't think they look like cows. Matronly? Maybe. Cows? No. It definitely doesn't sound too loving in that context. I was 36-30-40 at 5'5, and never got called matronly. I guess it's the relatively small boobs?

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post Mar 23 2009, 11:16 AM
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it's been a while since I've gotten measured, I don't know my measurements any more. I've always been on the petite side though, between a size 4 and 6, and wear a 34A bra. I always thought of the "tight, athletic" body as the ideal, and tried to match it. It wasn't until I started taking bellydance classes that I started to truly appreciate really curvy bodies, and actually wishing for bigger hips and a even a round belly and butt.
I don't think "matronly" or "cow-like" should even be insults-- they both really mean "motherly" right? Like a mama cow? I wish our culture valued mothers more and could see the matron as a beautiful thing. Hopefully some people do.
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post Mar 23 2009, 10:32 AM
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I don't think the terms "cow-like" or "matronly" are at all loving appreciative or respectful, strongirl. Please remember that while this IS a thread for small breast support, the key word there is support. Can't we try to support each other without resorting to putting others down?

The Venus de Milo, which is not large breasted, has a 35-26-38 figure and is mathematically perfectly proportioned. Do you really look at Classical sculpture of female nudes and see cows?

Anyway, while I agree with your final point that we should strive for an ideal where we don't make negative comparisons, I think it would be nice to also strive for an ideal where we don't use such negative and hurtful language toward other women who don't happen to have the same body type we do.



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post Mar 22 2009, 06:29 PM
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QUOTE(strongirl @ Mar 21 2009, 04:38 PM) *
I think the age thing may be coming up again here but to my personal aesthetics, 36-26-36 is not "fantastic". It's too big, everywhere. I think of that figure type as zaftig, cow-like, matronly.

While I embrace diversity and definitely appeciate and love larger women's figures, I have had to work at it. I am stuck with the ideals from the 60's and 70's - Twiggy, Edie Sedgwick, Goldie Hawn in her Laugh-In days. An extra ounce of bodyfat on myself and I feel fat.

There is beauty in every body, I truly believe that. But when I hear you girls bemoan your smallness compared to family members with those big, curvy bodies I just have to notice the difference in my own inner reaction. I feel sorry for them and glad I have a small, tight, athletic body. I would never say anything unkind to them about it and I hope that they feel just as happy with their lot as I do with mine, but that is defiinitely part of my reaction.

I'm not proud of this and I only throw it out here in case it helps any of you view yourselves more favorably. The ideal for all of us would be to stop making negative comparisons, whether we come out ahead or behind.



I was disarmed by your first paragraph myself as well. If anything around 36-26-36 or larger is cow-like, then most women out there then qualify. Why must we be so stringent in society on what is perceived as "not fat or plump". Having a slender figure (like mine at 32-24-34, if anyone needs to know "the numbers") is unattainable for many women, we are not all born to be Twiggy, Kate Moss, the chick who played Ally McBeal or even me, LOL.

But the rest of your post makes very good points, it helps a little bit.
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post Mar 21 2009, 08:39 PM
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Ha ha at 5'7" and 36-30-43, I would loooove to have those measurements. I know I am no longer anywhere near slender but I doubt anyone would describe me as matronly. And my big fat booty is generally highly appreciated by the boys. However, I can see where you're coming from, an athletic figure is awesome. I think it is great that you love your body stronggirl, and not at all insulted! You have your preferences, and I have mine, and all body types have a beauty in their own way.

I read an interesting book a few years ago ("A House for Mr. Biswas" interesting title too!) about a man who felt "tied down" to his family and many children, and fantazed about being with a woman with small breasts because he associated large breasts with "matronly" women like his wife and mother. It was interesting to see the cultural differences in perception - I think it took place in Trinidad. In the book, small breasts symbolised youthful and sexually liberated women, and I think were also considered a bit exotic.
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