Our Breasts

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.


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Hi Emma, I can’t bear to send another pic of my breasts because I feel they are the most unattractive part of me! They are large which is nice but have always hung low and my nipples are so huge! A lot of girls on this blog have beautiful breasts and I just cannot help but to think that I did something to make them like this. Also, my nipple doesn’t show through my shirt like some girls do, and I secretly wish mine did sometimes.


I’m so sad to hear you say that, because your breasts are as beautiful and normal as anyone else’s. Apart from having good genes you didn’t do anything to make your breasts look like this. Everyone is their worst critic, and it’s easy to wish for something else. You have need to envy other boobs, or visible nipples through your shirts. Seriously your breasts are lovely, and I’m not the only one who thinks so.

Emma
xo

Email Submission: “Hi Emma! I am currently in my early 20’s and have no children and I am so glad I have discovered this website. I have large breasts and although I like the size I feel like they sag too much and one is bigger than the other. I also feel that my areolas too big. I feel they that my breasts overall would look more proportional if my areolas were smaller. I just hardly see women who have small nipples in comparison to a large areola. Is this normal?


That should put to rest your fears about your breasts. But yes, having large areolae and small nipples is normal. As normal as any other breast appearance. Breasts have incredibly diverse natural variations, and yours is but one among the billions of other normal, awesome breast appearances. Thanks for sharing and being brave. I hope you get a massive confidence boost from being here.

Emma
xo

Anonymous Submission: “I am a 19 year old female, and my bra size is either 34D or 34DD. I often see pictures of other women on here who say they are the same size as me and think ‘but mine are much smaller!’ but every time I get measured I get told I’m a DD cup. This particular bra is an (Aus) 10D but the band size is too small. I used to be a 10C, but about a year ago I gained almost twenty kilos because of medication I was on. I have since lost about ten kilos, and I still want to lose another five kilos. I am a health weight but I think I am a bit fat. I think because I have so rapidly been gaining and losing weight that I really have no idea what my actual bra size is!
Most of the time my nipples look like this, but it is not unusual for them to be completely flat or to invert.
I generally like my breasts. When I was younger I was self conscious about how they’re not perfectly round and point to the sides. Now that I am older I like them a lot more. But I am always self conscious about how pale my areolae are. I am a very pale person, but it still bugs me a bit.”

Anonymous Submission:I am a 19 year old female, and my bra size is either 34D or 34DD. I often see pictures of other women on here who say they are the same size as me and think ‘but mine are much smaller!’ but every time I get measured I get told I’m a DD cup. This particular bra is an (Aus) 10D but the band size is too small. I used to be a 10C, but about a year ago I gained almost twenty kilos because of medication I was on. I have since lost about ten kilos, and I still want to lose another five kilos. I am a health weight but I think I am a bit fat. I think because I have so rapidly been gaining and losing weight that I really have no idea what my actual bra size is!

Most of the time my nipples look like this, but it is not unusual for them to be completely flat or to invert.

I generally like my breasts. When I was younger I was self conscious about how they’re not perfectly round and point to the sides. Now that I am older I like them a lot more. But I am always self conscious about how pale my areolae are. I am a very pale person, but it still bugs me a bit.”

Anonymous Comment: “Hi, I wanted to add to the last couple of posts about inverted nipples. Both of mine are inverted - grade one if that’s relevant. They both come out sometimes, fairly easily. When I was pregnant they came out all the time, but went back to normal afterwards. 

I used to be very self conscious about my nipples and thought there was something fundamentally wrong with them. I never let any of my first three boyfriends see them at all. But since then none of my exes who have seen them have made any negative comments. My boyfriend now loves my breasts and also likes my nipples. He calls them shy too and says he thinks it’s fun to try to make them erect.”

Hi! Girl with inverted nipples here with input! I had always known mine were a bit different, as they looked nothing like all my friends’. This plagued me with a lot of insecurities around them throughout puberty. One of mine emerges when cold, while the other had never come out even remotely at all. I had always thought any guy would be disgusted, but even my current boyfriend lovingly nicknamed the very inverted one “shy-guy”, haha. He never minded and it made me become much more comfortable with my inverted nipples. But even though it was his admiration of them that made me disown my shame of my perfectly natural inverted nipples, I believe now that any woman should be accepting of them with or without approval. Be proud! It’s all natural, and it’s all beautiful!

Asker Anonymous Asks:
I had inverted nipples and although I tried very much to become comfortable with them and love my own image, I sadly couldn't. I had always wanted mine pierced and it saddened me that I couldn't. When I expressed this to a professional piercer, she told me nipple piercings "correct" inverted nipples due to the bar safely forcing them to stay protruded. I thought it was too good to be true, but now I can tell you that I myself have two pierced, erect nipples with no inversion or insecurity!
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:
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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hello! I heard you wanted people with inverted nipples to share. I am 16. I don't mind my inverted nipples at all! Up until 2 years ago, I didn't even know they were different. I only found out when I was changing with my friend and she pointed them out saying they were so cool and wonderful :) after doing a little research I got quite worried thinking I would need to get plastic surgery. In fact I learned they are perfectly normal. One thing I mind is that they make my boobs look triangular.
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Thanks for writing. That’s great that your friend immediately said they were cool. Inverted nipples are gorgeous. I hope you now know that you don’t need surgery at all. And I’m sure your breasts look great and you have nothing to be self-conscious about.

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
I just measured my cup size the way you said on your post about it and checked on the lists of cups in it, the bigger difference between The band size and the cup size is 10 inches and mine is 12... i usually wear D cups but now I don't now >_<
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

That way of doing is a reasonable guide, but it’s always best to be professionally fitted so that would be my suggestion.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
i just get so jealous when i look at your blog and all the women with these beautiful breasts, i feel so terribly ugly about mine because they are extremely asymmetrical, this is the first noticeable thing about them and i feel the bigger one is growing and sagging more while the smaller one have just given up completely. i can't go for surgery as its not allowed in my religion, i just don't know what else to do about it i feel so hopeless and helpless :'(
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Anonymous Submission: “For the anon asking about asymmetric breasts. I would say my breasts are rather asymmetric and I would never consider surgery, I’m not 100% confident with them but they are mine and I love them no matter how different they are. I am 21 and wear a 38C or D bra (UK sized) :)”

Asker Anonymous Asks:
its annoying that when i search about asymmetrical breasts they mostly show people who got them "corrected" with surgery
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Yes the cosmetic surgery’s mastery of the internet is wonderful for distorting reality and crushing female self-esteem for profit. After all, that’s what cosmetic surgery is all about. Don’t rely on what you see in the top search results as representing reality.

Email Submission:Hello Emma! I’m an almost 20 years old curvy French girl ! I have 36C boobs, with the left one a little bit bigger than the right one (same for my labia, kind of funny, I’ll send a picture of them to you one day, but I don’t have enough courage right now).

I want to thank you for your amazing blog, I’m so glad I found it! In my family everyone has AA or A cup breasts, so I always thought mine were too big and falling down and apart compared to my sister’s, mother’s or even friend’s ones.

But my boyfriend once told me he didn’t find them big, but little and cute. It first surprised me, but then helped me in accepting them (same for the rest of my body I must say. Being loved helps a lot!).

But still, the opinion of my boyfriend doesn’t seem that impartial, and seeing all the boobs out there, all different, but all beautiful makes me feel proud of my own. So here is my contribution to your masterpiece!”

Anonymous Submission: “My super tiny underdeveloped asymmetrical breasts. I’m 22 and I wear 32A. Is there any way they are gonna grow a little bigger?”


Your super-beautiful, perfectly-developed breasts are amazingly pretty, totally normal, and very attractive. Asymmetry is very commonplace, and far more widespread than you probably imagine. You are definitely not alone. My boobs are asymmetrical, and so are a very large proportion of all breasts. Sometimes boobs can continue to grow into your early 20s, but usually by now your growing has stopped. People with small breasts often long for larger ones, but the truth is they are as desirable, beautiful and amazing as their larger sisters.

It’s easy to think that life would be better, clothes would be easier to buy - ones that fit well, people would look at you differently etc. But people with large breasts often think the same thing, but wanting to be smaller so clothes don’t make them look like they are massively stacked, or that they wouldn’t be attracting leering looks and thought to be sluts because of their breast size. It’s all insane though, because they are just bodies, and we all have them. But so much emotion, prejudice and other rubbish is caught up with body appearance - that’s why I made this blog, to fight the insanity!

Two definite advantages of having small breasts though are:

1) there’s less need for a bra (a MASSIVE plus there!), and
2) reduced neck/shoulder/back pain.

So please believe me when your breasts are flawless, exactly how they are. You look the way you were designed to be, and that, my friend, is perfection personified. You’re gorgeous.

Emma
xo

Anonymous Submission: “I’m 19 and I’m a 32C (probably). When I was younger, I felt kind of awkward about my breasts because my friends or even my mother would every so often point out that they were sizable or tell me to pull up my shirt. Now, I feel really comfortable with them and think they’re fun!”


Thank you for sharing your thoughts, feelings, positivity and beautiful breasts. Boobs are fun! And they’re just all-around wonderful bundles of joyousness, in all their terrific diversity, so it’s really great and inspiring to hear how you now understand that and embrace them :) Your contribution will help other girls on their path to self-acceptance. Brava!

Emma