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post Aug 7 2006, 04:47 AM
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well yeah lesbians... i just have to say that though you're not straight it doesn't mean that you live outside the general gender stereotypes and expectation. we do grow up in the same society as the rest of the people do! this seems to really hard for people to remember. i can only speak from my own experience but women have made me more conscious about my own body that men. and special thanks to my current gf who's made me hate my breasts, since they in their small size are just not good enough for her.
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post Aug 6 2006, 04:06 PM
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Hi Chimera. It's great to see you here. smile.gif One thing I've found out in oh, lots of years of having small breasts...(I'm 38 years old)...that self confidence is one of the things that attract people. If there's a large breasted woman with low self confidence, and a small breasted woman with lots of self confidence, men (or women!) will tend to gravitate to the small breasted woman.

It's harder FOR a small breasted woman, in general, to have lots of self confidence, because of conditioning. We all see the pictures of the pin up girls and the playboy magazines...and the television shows. And they all seem like they have more perfect bodies than we do. Boobs are larger, waists are thinner, hips are curvier. Anyway, if you don't fit in the "norm" it's easier to be insecure.

Don't be!!! (I know, easier said than done, right?)

Seriously, just get to being comfortable in your own skin. Get to know your own body AND LOVE IT. Every day, go naked to the mirror and tell yourself SOMETHING that you love about yourself.

Really.

Some of the most gorgeous, most sought-after women I know, have maybe 34AA boobs. It's not the boobs, it's the WOMAN behind them. And if she exudes self confidence and self pride, people will be attracted. smile.gif

Kath

*edited because I just realized how heterocentric my original post was!*


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karategrrl
post Aug 6 2006, 03:29 PM
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Booskie, I enjoyed your mention of lesbians, heh heh. I am bi (way more experienced with guys than girls, though, and now married to a man) and I have to say that by far my boobs were waaaay more appreciated by the ladies! I was seeing a lesbian woman once who described my breasts as "perfect." I had never heard that in my life!!!!
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post Aug 6 2006, 07:50 AM
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Hey grrls,

After a bit of an absence, I'm back to read posts by all you lovely gals.

Bella coola, I love your reference to "Bantam Boobies!!!" HA!

Anita, I do understand what you mean about going braless and getting some possibly unwanted attention. I don't mind being noticed but I do mind being leered at and men who make sexual comments. But still, I have to say I admire all of your braless bravery and just a minute ago I removed my slightly-padded bra!! Let's see how the day goes! biggrin.gif

Chimera, I'm so sorry you've had some blows to your ego! Yeah, I could see how your mom getting implants during the crucial adolescent period could mess with your head. I'm so glad you mentioned this because I used to work for a man whose very small-breasted wife had gotten implants. He was so proud of this. At the time they had a young daughter, and I said to him, "Well, how do you think your daughter is going to feel when she hits her teens and sees her mom with big implants and herself small?" And this prick said that, well, implants would just be an option for his daughter as well! What an asshole! Small breasts are not a "flaw" to be "fixed!" (And in a weird ironic moment, this guy later admitted that sometimes he preferred his wife's "pre-implant" body because with the new boobs, they couldn't hug as close!)

Chimera, I'm surprised that the photographer told you to get implants. I mean, all the serious fashion models have itty-bitty chests. And on this thought, I am not a big fan of Paris Hilton or Nicole Richie, but I do admire the fact that with all their BILLIONS of dollars and ability to buy the best surgeons and implants, they are still natural! Rock it, grrls!

Thanks for reading, everyone! I'm kind of chatty today!
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bella coola
post Jul 31 2006, 10:57 AM
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Go halcyon! Did you browse the refridgerated dairy aisle before going to the till?

Hey chimera, your interruptions and/or rants are more than welcome. Anything you want to get off your chest.. heh. Body image sooo is tough, but you're in the right place! Is your gyno male? Either way that's just ignorant! You're built just the way you were meant to be, and that should be celebrated rather than criticized. Different boys like different bodies - and regardless of who likes what, you should like you! If you had boobs, you would be a an awesome person with bigger boobs. Rather than an awesome person with chimera-sized boobs. Do surgically modified people seem any more happy than the rest of us? I don't think so!


I got a sunburn right under my boobs the other weekend, so I got a training bra for shirts that I can't go braless to work with. I was talking to a feller last night that I connected with online, and he was teasing me about my age because I'm 11 years younger than he is. He said 'well it's not like you wear a training bra anymore, right'. I said 'Funny you should ask..' and explained. Ha, 22 and still in a training bra
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post Jul 31 2006, 02:52 AM
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hey ladies. i'm new to this thread, but have been lurking a bit.

i'm like a 34 barely an A. my gynocologist told me that i have tiny, lumpy breasts" after performing a breast exam. i have been wearing padded bras since high school. my mother had a breast job when i was 16, so that did wonders for my body confidence. i grew up feeling flawed, like i needed to be surgically modified.
when i have short hair, i feel like a boy.
when i gain weight it goes to my ass, not my chest
when i was 16 years old, a photographer (i did modeling) told me to get a boob job.
i hate it a lot of the time. but i find ways to prove to myself that small breasts are attractive. like, i search for actresses with small chests. or i read this thread. but sometimes, i feel like if only i had boobs.
sorry to interrupt/rant.
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halcyon
post Jul 30 2006, 11:12 PM
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You gals inspired me to wander around the grocery store late at night with a tight tee and no bra. It was nice, although said tee has a big owl front and center (not from hooters! just an owl, ha). Not overly flattering, but hey, it's good practice...the lil' checker boy seemed pleased.
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bella coola
post Jul 30 2006, 05:16 PM
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Recommendation:

wearing a clingy dress braless to a hardware store. heh heh
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post Jul 30 2006, 04:57 PM
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Anita, just rock the shirts braless. Guys can usually control themselves. And after awhile you'll probably start to enjoy the glances, it will really make you realize that you don't need big boobs to attention, the little ladies are also very popular!!!


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halcyon
post Jul 30 2006, 04:50 PM
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ha ha! apologies--upon reading your post again, I misunderstood.

Yeah, they are uncomfortable. And I hate how bras get kind of gross in the hot weather, especially after a few wearings...yeah. 'Nuff said.
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post Jul 30 2006, 03:49 PM
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QUOTE(halcyon @ Jul 29 2006, 11:35 PM) *

Also, if you've never slept naked, maybe see if that helps you to get more comfortable with your "bristol cities"? Worked for me...

laugh.gif I have no problem walking around naked in my room or anything, it's just going outside and having everyone notice my nips.

Actually I was wearing a dark shirt yesterday that squished them down pretty well, so I went the entire day without a bra. It was soooo comfortable - I hate bras, they're so annoying!
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halcyon
post Jul 30 2006, 12:18 AM
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Anita,

How about trying one of those shelf-bra-in-tanktop shirts here and there? It might help you get used to the feeling of not wearing a bra, while not plunging you fully into nippleville right away. Eventually you might feel comfortable enough to take the next step of wearing a regular shirt without a bra in public.
Also, if you've never slept naked, maybe see if that helps you to get more comfortable with your "bristol cities"? Worked for me...

I know how tough it is to be raised with the "all men are dangerous/will take advantage of you" idea. It's hard to overcome, but you can totally do it...good luck!!
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bella coola
post Jul 27 2006, 03:34 PM
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Hey Anita (and all), cheers to non-mainstream sexay-ness.

What about going out during the day, say to the grocery store or something sans the bra? Rather than a nightclub or something, braless errand running might feel like a safe start for you. It's very liberating. I even come to work braless sometimes, and I work on a construction site (in the office though!). Ha

Ooh, my own boob news: I went camping over the weekend with a good friend and our mutual friend, and three other girls. It was intended as a girl camping weekend but a couple of guys latched on at the first site we went to - which was fine, they were pretty cool and went biking all day Saturday anyway. So we floated on the lake and hung out (smirk), and eventually all (but one) of us got topless. It was soo nice, nothing like fresh air/lake water on bare skin (despite the sketchy beach, blery lucky we didn't get swimmer's itch!) and so freeing. Esp since I had never met the 3 gurls before. We didn't get topless again after the boys returned but it was a full moon before the sun even went down, poor unsuspecting dirtbikers passing by. Ha ha ha

Just thought ya'll might like to hear about my fun girl weekend. I am so up for making a failed pencil test shirt, anyone else familiar with easy computer print-off iron-on transfers? I'd be happy to design!!! Pleased to meet all of you. Go Bantam Boobies
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post Jul 27 2006, 02:29 PM
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QUOTE(jasmith @ Jul 6 2006, 02:21 PM) *

"You may not care what I think, but a lot of other men (especially those in my culture) have the same ideas of beauty that I have. Thus, you have a better chance of getting the guy you want if you listen to me."

We're not here discussing how to nab the guy that we want. Furthermore, I for one (and I'm sure many women here share the same sentiment) wouldn't want a guy that thought like you. And to listen to *you* would be pushing feminism back several years.

Exactly. I've been lurking around here for a while, but this is my first time posting. smile.gif

I dated someone who mentioned he was disappointed that I had small 32A boobs (I wore a majorly padded strapless bra for a concert dress when he took notice of my chest, LOL - I met him when I was wearing my PJs and I was definitely braless then) and it was a serious blow to my ego. Of course he never outwardly expressed his disappointment, but knowing that he preferred large bouncy boobies never sat right with me. I guess for some guys (especially the young ones who let Mr. Happy make a lot of their decisions tongue.gif ), big breasts equates to a more sexual woman, since that's what they see in movies and porn. He eventually broke up with me and hooked up with a "friend" of his, who was way more curvaceous and acted more sexual than me in public. It's probably karma (sweet, sweet karma) that his new girl actually had way more issues about sexuality and body image than me. She just acted more sexual around people, when she wasn't actually that way in private.

It's also most likely sweet sweet karma that his favorite movie is American Beauty. (One of the characters brags to her friends about her sexual escapades but is actually a virgin.) Obviously, perceptiveness was never his strong suit.

Anyhow, I've come to appreciate my body now that I have no one to drag me down with media ideals. I have so many favorite parts, I don't know where to start!

I love to go braless around the house, but I have yet to muster up the courage to do it in public because my nipples stick out so far. When I was growing up, my mom would always tell me not to wear this, not to do that, in case guys "got the wrong idea." I know that girls who dress skimpy don't ask to be raped, but I was brought up to think that guys are really dangerous. It's kind of sad - I love my body and I want to show it off but I'm still scared of that kind of aggressive attention.
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post Jul 26 2006, 06:32 PM
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booskie, I loved Real Genius, partly because the other (not Kilmer) main character's love interest isn't conventionally beautiful. If I remember correctly she's got small boobs, among other things.

I just bought a tight 'n' clingy top today that shows mine off much more than my usual tops. I love flaunting 'em!
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post Jul 11 2006, 12:50 PM
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Whoa, gross, I leave the internet for just a few days and we've encountered a hideous troll! Ah well, with hope he too shall fade into obscurity.

Anywho, I'm glad I got some support for the whole nipple revealing idea. My girlfriends think it's awesome too. My one friend, who has beautiful tear-drop D's, saw me wearing this tiny pink tank top with stitching that perfectly cupped my breasts. She was like, 'only some one with your breasts could wear something like that and look good in it. I'd look like I belonged on the other side of the tracks turning tricks if I wore it.' Everyone enjoys a good compliment, especially one with that much alliteration.

As for the idea of the tight t-shirt with 'i failed the pencil test' on it, i'm down with that and i'd pay top dollar too.

thanks for the welcome back hercules, it looks like i need to stay more connected, i'm missing all the drama!

karategrrl, i love love love that movie, i still have it on VHS. I heard (and it's probably just an urban legend or something) that there is an inverse correlation between a man's IQ and the size breasts he prefers. I defintely heard it some where, but it's probably not based on fact or any kind of scientific study. Also, I'm not trying to slight my bustier busties, it's about unity ladies! All in all, our self-esteem is not dictated by whether or not the average man finds us attractive. Umm helloooooo, what about lesbians?!

Now this is really random, but 'Weird Science' always makes me think of 'Real Genuis' (maybe all my cognitive pathways relating to the 1980's are interconnected) with Val Kilmer and he's always wearing that tight white t-shirt that says 'i heart nukes.' he's coming on to some girl and says something like 'i can do anything for you baby.' and she's like 'can you hammer a 2 inch nail into a six inch board with your penis? no? you call me when you get that figured out.' HA! Anyone else remember that movie?
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post Jul 7 2006, 08:00 PM
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Hehe, anyone remember the movie "Weird Science" from the 80s? Two teenage geeks use their computer to make a woman. When it comes to the part where they decide what size to make her breasts, they make them a smallish natural size, I'd estimate a B cup. One of the guys says to the other, "Anything more than a handful and you're risking a sprained tongue." Well said. :-)
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post Jul 6 2006, 06:01 PM
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My $0.02 on the pencil test: Ladies, I still fail the pencil test and I have 36D (going on to DD at the moment) breasts. Also I'm 31 years old, so it's not like they still have the perkiness of youth - alas they don't! It's just that I lack the "fold" altogether for some reason.

Ergo, the pencil test is completely meaningless. The "fold" under your breasts doesn't have much to do with size or firmness/sagginess. It's a total fallacy.
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post Jul 6 2006, 05:19 PM
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Well said tatiana
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post Jul 6 2006, 04:13 PM
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I can tell you his comments wouldn't go over any better in the other thread because the basis of his comment is that HE is reassuring us that HE finds us attractive so WE shouldn't be sad.

I'm sorry, but are we supposed to basing our self-image on what someone else thinks? I don't think so. Don't bother going over to the other thread AB, we wouldn't appreciate your comments there either because big or small, none of usneed validation from YOU, and it is condescending in the extreme that you think it is appropriate to give validatoin that was not requested or required.
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