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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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

Asker Anonymous Asks:
a thing about the survey, how do i measure the size of both breasts differently as in to find out how much cup difference there is?
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Good question, and I really don’t know! My breast asymmetry is less than a cup-size so they’re basically the same. Maybe some of the other site visitors could advise? I’d take the larger of the two and then guesstimate otherwise.

Em

Email Submission: “I’m a 32B, 19 years old. I happen to like my boobs as they fit my frame. They are a handful and as you can see my left boob is clearly smaller than my right, and my nipples are really large so they tend to be extremely sensitive. I like them though, they are a handful. I wish for a small C but I’m content! People say my boobs are perfect for my slender frame. Love ‘em! See my Large Labia Project contribution

(via largelabiaproject)

lacigreen: full study/graphic here.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hi, I was wondering if having no Montgomery glands was weird..? I'm 18 and I have 34b (usa) breasts... is this unusual? Also thank you your blog has done a lot for me. I feel better showing off my gals. Thanks!
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

I’m glad you’re feeling better about your breasts :)

No it’s not weird at all to have no visible Montgomery glands. We all have them, from just a few to more than 20. Some live below the surface and others are more prominent. Both states are totally normal.

One of the things I’m going to find out is the proportion of people with breasts who have visible ones vs hidden. I’ll be including that little fact when I publish the results.

Thanks for writing.

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
How to submit??
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

You can submit a story, comment or photos through the Submit Your Breasts link, following the submission guidelines there. Sometimes it’s easier just to email me at ourbreasts@gmail.com as the submit function in Tumblr can occasionally get a bit screwy.

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
My boyfriend is uncomfortable with me even following your blogs because he thinks I'm looking at porn or something. I said to him that I like them because they're body positive and that they make me feel like a normal woman. He sort of got it. And yeah, just wanted to share that.
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Thanks for sharing. It’s sad that your boyfriend thinks he has the right to say what you do or don’t look at online. I’m glad he sort of gets it now. I hope that that attitude of his doesn’t translate into other areas of your relationship because that might not be healthy. I’m happy to hear that you think my blogs are making you feel better about yourself though. It’s always great to receive positive feedback. So thank you.

Emma
xo

ourbreasts:

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I’ve recently had quite a few messages from girls worried about inverted nipples as well as what are often referred to as “puffy nipples”. It saddens me because they are awesome. I’d like to show how normal and beautiful they are. If you have puffy nipples or inverted nipples (something like the pictures here) then I’d like to hear from you, either as a text submission or with photos of your breasts. Thanks all.

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Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
to the 34DD submitter: I'm the same size and I've had similar probs especially with t-shirts because they make me look bigger than I am, but the solution I found was to wear bras that tend to make you look flatter- avoiding balconette and push up bras like the plague, and wearing full coverage bras that instead of making your breast round and extend outwards like normal, they make them wider, so you seem flatter. I recommend Olga brand! They've made me feel a lot more comfortable with my body.
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said: