This blog is by people with breasts, for people with breasts. This blog is inclusive of all people with breasts, regardless of gender. It celebrates the beautiful diversity of breasts, of all sizes, shapes, colours, ages and races. Breasts are such an important and integral part of what makes us feel beautiful and sexual. By showing how all breasts are different, and uniquely special, we will be able to challenge the beliefs around what makes breasts beautiful. There is no single standard for breast beauty! By sharing photos we are demonstrating how every breast is different, and in turn, we will be able to help people with breasts feel better about themselves, improve self-esteem, and show that yes, you are normal.
NOTE: This blog shows photos depicting nudity in a non-sexual setting, and contains written content with adult themes. Photo submissions showing nudity are to be from people 18+ only.
Hi Emma! Ever since I was in middle school I always wanted large breasts. Once my breasts started growing (I was a measly 32A by my eighth grade year), I vowed to myself I’d get breast enlargement surgery and be beautiful. I started doing more active sports (water polo and swimming) and I started to appreciate my small breasts. In fact, they grew! I was a 32B up until my junior year of high school. I have a lot of friends that have large breasts and lots of back problems, and I’ve grown thankful for my small chest. I started lifting weights my senior year as well as taking birth control and my breasts have grown to a 32C. I love my body and I love my breasts and I honestly can’t wait until I’m eighteen to share them with you!
Your blog is a great place for women!
Thanks so much for writing Kayla. It’s wonderful and refreshing to have posts from people who are happy with their bodies. Small breasts, medium-sized breasts, as well as large breasts are all amazing. But I seriously wonder WTF nature was thinking when it invented large breasts without the spine and musculature to cope with them and without a set of instructions on how to maintain good posture! So many smaller-busted people crave large breasts, and fall victim to the bullshit peddled by the fashion and cosmetic surgery industries, and end up experiencing the little known problems of having big boobs.
When you’re 18 your 32Cs will be very welcome. Thanks again for writing :)
Did you know that the “gore” (the part of the bra band that’s between the cups) should sit flat up against your chest, without digging into your skin uncomfortably or being lifted off your chest altogether? If it doesn’t sit comfortably flat against your skin, you’re wearing the wrong bra and it’s time to get professionally fitted.
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I think it’s important to have a male perspective, given a lot of the anxiety people with labia have about their bits relates to what they imagine males will think about them. But not everybody who has labia cares about male opinions for a number of reasons, including but not limited to their sexual orientation. So having male opinions front and centre isn’t desirable. That’s why I created a separate page for male comments which site visitors can look at if they choose, or ignore if they wish.