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post Nov 20 2009, 07:40 PM
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just doing my regular skim and couldnt resist a quick post to buttercups. By the sounds of it id love to have a body like yours! the main thing i dislike about my AAs is that i dont feel like they fit in with the rest of my body- but if i had a tiny petite frame like yours id feel far more happy about them and alot less freakish. only yesterday i was talking to a petite girl in work about how jealous i was of her being only 5ft tall with a tiny frame to match (she of course said the opposite and admired my height lol- typical). Im not that tall or anything but i still always envy my smaller friends. anyway, im 100% positive even without knowing you that your bf finds you hot. lots of guys i know have told me they love women with figures like yours- and no, they werent dodgy sorts with a schoolgirl fetish. i think they find it sexy (thats right, sexy) because they get to feel all manly and protective. It sounds like your bf has sex issues of his own anyway so if anything hes probably worrying more about that than what your boobs look like. I totally understand your body issues- i could tell you something i dislike about every single part of my body- but just wanted to say that you sound completely gorgeous to me and are probably hot as hell

oh, and how annoying is the post-period boob deflation:(. every single month i get excited that maybe this time its for keeps & im finally starting to grow then...bam byebye boobies. sighh when will i learn

spot-on i lovedd the story about your grandma & her flapper dresses:D

The other day my mother said how she definatly thought a partic celeb had had a boobjob and when i said she hadnt (i thought it was clearly just a pair of nice sized natural boobs with a decent push-up bra) she was like 'no she's definately had them done, its part of her job, they all get it done to look good and sexy in all the costumes & dresses they have to wear, it makes them look better' etc etc etc. i cant remember her exact words but i know i found them quite cutting... i did better this time and managed to tell her i disagree (as opposed to my usual reaction of sitting silently in utter disbelief). geez mum. she'd probably try to buy me 'better' boobs if she could.
you guys are my positive female rolemodel when it comes to body issues.
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post Nov 20 2009, 07:25 PM
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Wow Treehugger, that was the best smack ever. Anytime I feel this self-deprecation coming on again I'm going to read over your post, you are absolutely right and I want to try so hard to internalize everything you said. Thank you so so much * hug *

<3 buttercups


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post Nov 20 2009, 06:50 PM
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hey buttercups,

here's an ever so gentle smack upside the head.

If your boyfriend wasn't happy with you he. wouldn't. be. there. Period.

Any woman, ANY woman, regardless of boob size, if she carries herself well and she is PROUD of herself, will attract eyes, I swear!! One of the most gorgeous women I know is an AA. And she turns heads and men drool and some women too, and, she is HOT and she knows it and her boobs become secondary. People are looking at her eyes, because they are confident. They are looking at her lips, because they are self-confidently smiling. And if they look at her boobs, well, they just fit her!

Do NOT judge yourself. If for nothing else, because if you FEEL inadequate, you will radiate that to the outer world. And then they will see you as inadequate, because unconsciously you are carrying yourself, walking, treating yourself like you should be an apology!

Your body is a thing of beauty. It can give pleasure, it can cause pain, it is a miraculous thing. It is yours to do what you want. And if you choose to hate it, to denigrate it because your breasts aren't as large as you think they should be? Yeah, here's another thwack on the head (ever so gentle, of course.)

The world is a better place for you, Buttercups. Do. Not. Forget. That.

Ever so lovingly and fellow small breastedly,

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post Nov 20 2009, 12:36 PM
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Ugh Busties, I lost the battle with my body again last night. This is the week after my period so any little boobage I got from my pill is now gone and I'm back to...well being less than a AA I guess. My bf wanted to have sex and he has performance anxiety so this was kind of like a first for him being more of the aggressor and I freaked out at him seeing my body and ruined it. I feel like the more I try to accept myself the further I move away from acceptance. I just can't for the life of me see myself as sexy in this little tiny body, I see myself as a little girl and a disappointment to my bf, who will never touch real boobs again if he stays with me. I know this is so negative, but it's what I've been struggling with lately. And the problem has moved from my boobs to everywhere else. I now see my shortness as being unsexy, my stubby legs, my belly thats too big for such a small frame, my childish face that never looks pretty to me no matter what I do to it- how much makeup I wear or how I style my hair. I know I'm being too hard on myself and that I'm way too much of a perfectionist when it comes to judging myself. I'm not perfect, I'm never going to be, but I have trouble accepting how far away from perfect I really am. I know my bf's not perfect, but at least he's fully developed and looks like a man, you can't dispute that. There's nothing little boy about him at 6' and 190 lbs. I feel selfish for keeping him in a relationship with me when he could be with someone pretty who looks like a woman. Haha I know you ladies are going to have it out for me with this post, but I guess I'm hoping you'll all smack me back into shape. Why is it that everyone else can get over this and I'm still struggling? I know I should see a therapist or something and just get over it, but I'm way too embarrassed to talk about this and I know I never will be able to. Just seems that taking on such a negative body image on my own isn't really working. I have days where I feel more confident than most and feel like I can take it on, but I always end up back here. Maybe it's because I really am smaller than everyone else and I've just found it hard to relate to people being upset with B cups and things I can only dream of having with silicone pumped in my body ( not to diss my B cup girls I know you struggle too). Bah. Give me a big old smack out of this self-pity ladies, I can take it!
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post Nov 19 2009, 02:00 PM
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oooh that's very pretty! Thanks for the heads up!
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post Nov 19 2009, 12:34 PM
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Urban Outfitters has a new triangle-style bralette available online:
http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catal...;navAction=jump

I just picked up the blush and turquoise colors. It's cheap and pretty smile.gif Most of their bralettes have a mesh linining in them which helps subdue your hi-beams. Your nips will be a bit noticeable if you're wearing light-colored, tight-fitting clothing.

Also, another note on their bralettes: the Camellia line has seaming that bisects the breast...so if you're wearing tight tees, those seams will show. The Lana line does not have that design 'flaw'. From a purely aesthetic standpoint, the Camellia line has a much more beautiful lace pattern. Even if you wear padded bras all the time, it might be something nice for around the house. They are super-light on support. I'm very tiny and I still get a bit of a jiggle-wiggle if I jump in them.
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post Nov 17 2009, 11:09 PM
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I like Dolly Parton too. She doesn't pretend that she hasn't has work done and like you said Strongirl she's totally light-hearted about it all, great personality! What I think her sex appeal is, again we've mentioned it before, CONFIDENCE. She has it in buckets and you can tell. She positively oozes it.

Aithinne, that is awesome news girl! Glad you are liking your boobies!

nbdx - yay you go girl!

Small boobs rock!
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post Nov 17 2009, 10:19 PM
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Aithinne, that's so wonderful to hear. smile.gif It made me smile. PS: I went to a concert this weekend and wore a cute fitted tee with a thin bralette underneath...and that didn't stop a guy from pulling me out on the dance floor. Yayee. I had so much fun.
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post Nov 17 2009, 09:12 PM
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I like Dolly too- she seems to be nobody's fool.


On a side note, a few days ago I was getting nekkie for a soak in the bathtub and saw myself in the mirror. I think I'm really starting to believe whole-heartedly that my boobies are perfect and purdy the way they are. I was very pleased to look in the mirror and enjoy the reflection. So there's my positive boobie story for the day.. tongue.gif
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post Nov 17 2009, 09:02 PM
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You know a big boob girl who I absolutely can't resist? Dolly Parton. She's been in the press some lately, I watched an interview with her in Nashville at the Grand Old Opry House, and boy, she is just as genuine, self-deprecating, and sweet a person as one can possibly be . She's completely fake looks-wise but she's not defensive about it - she says "It takes a lot of money to look this cheap!" If more people in the world had her kind and light-hearted perspective, life would be much much better and more fun. So I'm trying to channel my inner Dolly - kind, funny, and light but without the boobs, hair, and gallons of makeup. Ommm.....




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post Nov 16 2009, 09:24 AM
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Ok I'm back. Had to take a little boobie break. Had some body issues come up last week and I spiralled into depression etc for about 48 hours. Ironically it all stemmed from my bra shopping trip! Having a well fitting bra after spending almost 15 years in sports tops was quite a shock. At a 34B/32C I tried on both bra's and the *32 in the style I chose seemed to fit better. Well I suddenly had boobs (still small, but bigger than I was ever used to) and ended up forever feeling like it just wasn't right and because I am active I'd be adjusting it, whether it needed it or not. I know a lot of it was in my head. I switched back to sports tops and felt better. I need to make the adjustment gradually it seems. I'm starting out by only wearing the bra at night.

Kind of ironic considering I bought the bras to feel better about myself and give me a bit more self/body confidence.




*yet in other styles the B fit better, it really does depend a lot on the style of bra huh?
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post Nov 12 2009, 07:27 PM
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I remember my grandmother, who was a wild flapper in the '20s, telling me about binding her breasts down in order to look slim and sophisticated and to fit into those way-cool dresses. When I tried on some of those dresses from an old trunk of hers when I was in my own twenties, they fit me perfectly and she said "Oh, I would have killed to have your perfect figure when I was that age!"

Buttercups, you do look like a porn star, some of the ones listed in here recently have little to no surrounding breast tissue. And they, and I'm sure you, are hawt!!!

Along that line, when you guys mentioned Melissa Ashley, I looked up her website to check her out but used my bf's computer rather than my work laptop. Recently he came upon the link when he was checking back on some stuff he'd done and opened it. He was so struck by her that he asked me the next day if the link was there from me since he didn't recognize it but apparently once he got there he spent some time because he now wants to check out some of her pay features together and I suspect he jo'd over her cuz I didn't get any that night. Her tag line is "the tiniest titties on the 'net". Love that!
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post Nov 12 2009, 03:45 PM
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QUOTE(karategrrl @ Nov 12 2009, 09:11 AM) *
LMFAO!!!!!!!!!! laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

Aithinne, I am officially your biggest fan. Can I carry your books? Wash your car?


Whatever, I was your biggest fan first. But then again, I live out in the country so my car is always dirty. Lol! laugh.gif
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post Nov 12 2009, 11:11 AM
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QUOTE(Aithinne @ Nov 11 2009, 07:20 PM) *
On that other article where the girl said that men with bad eyesight and lights off can be your best friend.... fuck that!! I'll have sex with the lights ON, thank you very much. And if the guy doesn't like what he sees, he's perfectly welcome to get the hell out. Case closed.

It's time for us smallies to stop apologizing for our size. We don't need to 'make up for' our size, we don't need a stupid 'Mega Boost' bra to make us instantly bigger and worthy to go out on the town, and we don't need to feel inferior to bigger women. Any man who says otherwise needs to chop his dick off and shove it in his mouth because he won't be using it with the beautiful small-breasted woman with the lights on OR off.

LMFAO!!!!!!!!!! laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

Aithinne, I am officially your biggest fan. Can I carry your books? Wash your car?
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post Nov 11 2009, 08:25 PM
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The small boob vs big boob look definitely cycles. Women throughout the ages have altered and adorned their bodies to conform with the latest societal trends. Like enfermera said the 20's were definitely small boob city, with larger endowed ladies taping their boobs down to get "the look". Big boobs came back into fashion in the 40's/50's then it flipped again with the 60's and the Twiggy look. In the 70's natural was the look to go for, boobs swung free and easy and whatever you had was appreciated for being what they were, gloriously natural, whatever their shape/size. The 80's though saw the turn back to big boobs and the implants phase began and things kinda spiraled from there.

Ok upon checking this next bit over for spelling, I see that I kinda went off into a bit of rant then off on a tangent. But still posting it because I am working through some issues and I need to get it off my chest (pun fully intended) tongue.gif

I really don't think anyone can say that heels, make-up, hair dye, supportive underwear, or push up bra's etc are wrong because it's taking away womens right to choose, which is afterall what feminism is all about. Sure I agree, we don't NEED these things, but the fact is they are there should we CHOOSE to use them. What needs to change is the media's portrayal of these objects and of our breasts, not our individual opinions. Like has already been mentioned the before and after pics of the bra woman are ridiculous (but they do the same for weight loss products etc too). There are TONS of women (celebs and IRL) that are completely happy with small breasts, odd shaped breasts, no breasts etc, but the media portrays these women as abnormal and unfortunately this is what young boys and girls are led to believe and where pressure comes from. Heck when I was younger implants were unheard of, only for actresses/models, now it seems everyone is getting them. But not only that, it's that when they get them they are then considered "better". THAT IMO is what needs to change! They aren't "better" they are just different to what they were.

I used push up bra's a lot in my late teens/early 20's. Not to get a man but to make myself feel better. I had lots of body and personal issues to work through (still am to an extent) and they made me happier. I like wearing nice underwear what can I say? I considered implants sure, but I knew I couldn't do that to my body. Then I got into fitness and things fell into place for me... for a while. All my life I think I have fit myself into a mold of the person I thought people wanted to me to be, and when those people went away (we moved) and it was just me and my husband I realized something. I was 30 and didn't know who the fuck I was! I've done lots of soul searching in the past year or so (and some procrastinating) and I've come to the conclusion that I am going to create the new me. the person *I* want to be. This has meant working through some issues I still have with my breasts, and why I joined this board: To bounce (ha ha!) around idea's, to try and be happier with my breasts (I am most the time I swear!) and to help anyone else struggling with these issues. I like my breasts. They are small, but perky, the nipples are great and I love them being touched. But there is that little fucking voice in the back of my head telling me they aren't big enough, aren't good enough and that they aren't "normal". I just need to find some rope and duct tape and gag it the hell up!

Since about 1996 I wore bralets and sports bra's pretty much exclusively. This wasn't much of an issue to begin with but when we moved to America I saw my self confidence plummet. Sure there were other reasons too but I think one was that I didn't FEEL confident within myself. Like I said I've always felt happier with pretty underwear, it was always my one vice clothing wise. That's why this year I have been on a quest to make myself FEEL happier. Losing weight was one step, getting recertified another, and now trying to find my style and bring back feminine items into my wardrobe, including proper bra's. I don't want implants but they'll pry my push up bra's from my cold dead hands!

Oh and for the record I've never had a problem getting laid either with my smallies either! Quite the opposite wink.gif Lights on, sober and 20/20 vision smile.gif Oh and I've never needed to stop and tell the guy I have a push up bra on! Ridiculous! But then once I get going, I don't stop, lol! If a guy were to ever have a problem with my boobs, then he wouldn't be with me very long! I may have issues to work through, but I don't need someone else's too!
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post Nov 11 2009, 05:32 PM
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QUOTE(buttercups @ Nov 11 2009, 03:41 PM) *
I wonder if the day will ever come where there will be bras created to make girls look like me (not that I would wish it on anyone). I just had a funny thought when I was looking at those pictures wondering what it would look like if bras were created to give girls the "tiny boob" look. Maybe we should invent that!


this was popular in the 20's, buttercups! the flapper look included flat chests and straight figures, and women wore binders to flatten their breasts, and straight, drop-waisted dresses. the movie "thoroughly modern millie" shows julie andrews struggling with her large breasts, and wondering why rich girls always had flat chests that let their beads hang straight laugh.gif

truly, fashions cycle around, including popular body types; we just happen to be in the other end of the cycle.
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post Nov 11 2009, 03:41 PM
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It's time for us smallies to stop apologizing for our size. We don't need to 'make up for' our size, we don't need a stupid 'Mega Boost' bra to make us instantly bigger and worthy to go out on the town, and we don't need to feel inferior to bigger women. Any man who says otherwise needs to chop his dick off and shove it in his mouth because he won't be using it with the beautiful small-breasted woman with the lights on OR off.
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I love that Aithinne, I totally agree! I'm so tired of feeling like I have to apologize for being so small and like it's something to be humiliated about. Why on earth do I feel like I should be humiliated? I guess one problem that I'm still struggling with is that I don't consider what I have to be breasts bc there really is almost zero breast tissue. If I had just small breasts I don't think I would feel as ashamed as I do to have pretty much nothing for a guy to grab onto but a nipple. That said, I do think my nipples are pretty cute, I just wish I felt like I could relate to the feeling of having some breasts. But should I have to feel like I owe other people an explanation for being made this way? I try to take the stance in my everyday life that it's really no one else's business what the hell I look like. I'm never going to be the "pornstar" looking girl and all you men out there are gonna have to deal with that!

Ugh those Mega Boost pictures really pissed me off. One of my main fantasies is for no body type to be considered better over another and for us all to be accepted no matter what, but I wonder if the day will ever come where there will be bras created to make girls look like me (not that I would wish it on anyone). I just had a funny thought when I was looking at those pictures wondering what it would look like if bras were created to give girls the "tiny boob" look. Maybe we should invent that!
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post Nov 11 2009, 02:45 PM
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LMAO, that white shirt "after" picture is so clearly airbrushed it makes my eyeballs hurt. yay, now i can have my shirt unbuttoned halfway down to my navel? srsly?

and really. guy getting to touch your boobs=happy guy. push-up bras are so commonplace i can't imagine a guy needing a disclaimer. and if he's seriously turned off by your lovely, natural breasts, who needs him?
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post Nov 11 2009, 02:34 PM
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I dunno who buys into that "false advertising" thing. Is wearing underwear that shapes your body is somehow a new invention? As if women typically go outside without doing their hair, wearing make-up and choosing clothes that work with their figure. If you're wearing heels are you "false advertising" your height? If I wear contacts am I false advertising my ability to see? Now personally I'd be happy if we could all just walk around naked and not feel the need to hide our bodies, I'd be the first girl out there, but unfortunately that's not the real world.

I didn't like that article either, but it's interesting to know how other size A's out there are thinking. It's sad. I would never feel the need to announce to a guy right before having sex that my boobs are smaller than they looked in my bra. Maybe I'll also announce that I'm 2 inches shorter than I looked before, now that my shoes are off. What guy would care? And what girl would simultaneously complain about guys giving her boobs too much attention during sex, while also thinking that guy must hate how small her boobs are? That doesn't even make sense.
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post Nov 11 2009, 02:20 PM
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Ugh, and that second set of pictures, where the girl is wearing the white shirt? In the left picture, she's got huge '80s glasses on to make her look like a complete social reject. There's more going on in these pictures than just showing cleavage. She's smiling in the 'cleavage' picture, and her hair is down and flowing. One more example of advertizing BS. Of course they couldn't have the girl in the same position, same hairstyle, smiling in both pictures, with just the cleavage difference. They have to make it out like the 'unenhanced' look is dorky, undesirable, unsexy, and not capable of being attractive. Personally I think her boobs looked better in the 'smaller' pictures. If she was smiling, she'd blow barbie-double out of the water. What a sickening ad. I think we busties should start our OWN line of bras, cute patterns (not just white, nude, or black), unpadded, no push up, and advertize them in a way that shows their UNENHANCED gorgeous beauty!

On that other article where the girl said that men with bad eyesight and lights off can be your best friend.... fuck that!! I'll have sex with the lights ON, thank you very much. And if the guy doesn't like what he sees, he's perfectly welcome to get the hell out. Case closed.

It's time for us smallies to stop apologizing for our size. We don't need to 'make up for' our size, we don't need a stupid 'Mega Boost' bra to make us instantly bigger and worthy to go out on the town, and we don't need to feel inferior to bigger women. Any man who says otherwise needs to chop his dick off and shove it in his mouth because he won't be using it with the beautiful small-breasted woman with the lights on OR off.
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