Post # 1
First off, let me say that I was always generally happy with my breasts. I actually lost a lot of weight before I met my Fiance and naturally, I lost it in my ta-tas, boobs, whatever you’d like to call them! It didn’t bother me at the time.
I lost my virginity to my SO, and I felt so confident with him looking at my body. But now when I look in the mirror, my boobs are so small, they aren’t even a round shape! I feel so embarassed, so un-feminine. I honestly don’t even really have cleavage with the help of my bra! I wear a size 34 B, but quite truthfully, I don’t fill it out very well. I might even be an A-cup!
Suddenly, I notice women with gorgeous, round breasts. Not even large ones, just cute, natural-sized for their bodies. I feel so self-concious! It’s not like my butt even makes up for it, I hardly even have one LOL!
In bed, my Fiance loves my butt. I’m not sure why (cause I don’t really have one!), but he LOVES it. He told me he’s never been a butt or boob guy. He said he’s been more of a pretty face guy, and if he can grab a handful of butt or boob, it’s more than enough. I don’t know if he tells me that to be gentle about what Mother Nature DIDN’T give me. I was always a firm believer of being proud of your body and not alterating it. I know I’d be unhappy if I got a breast augmentation, knowing that it’s not natural, but looking at before and after pictures, I’d love my small breasts to be a little more round and cute!
How do you feel about your twins?!
Post # 3
I really think mine are too small (34A). I started taking birth control about 6 months ago, which bumped up the size just a bit (from barely an A to a full A), and I’m still excited about it. The difference is barely visible, but I actually feel a bit womanly for a change. If I could wake up with a B or a C, I’d be so ridiculously psyched.
ETA: I’m voting “I’d get implants,” but they’d have to be really, really realistic, and I don’t think I’d go beyond a C.
Post # 4
I wish mine were smaller 🙁 32DD looks weird on me.
Post # 5
I picked the “I am who I am” option. I dont totally love them. They’re huge (bigger than my head!), I have really big areolas which I used to hate, and they arent as perky as I’d like them to be. But I dont hate them, and at this point in my life I wouldnt surgically alter them. Maybe later in life I might get a lift or something, but thats all.
Post # 6
I’ve been measured before as a 36B, but I really don’t fill out my bras completely. I’m more inbetween an A cup and a B cup.
I wish they were bigger and more full, but not huge. I actually quite like the look of smaller breasts. I guess I just want mine to be more round? More boobish rather than pointy. Haha.
Nonetheless, I would not get a breast enhancement. I just don’t like the idea of altering my body in that way. But if I could magically go up a size, I would!
Overall though I am happy, and my SO doesn’t seem to mind! He’s more of a boob guy I guess, but he’s happy with any pair I have, regardless of size or shape! It’s me that matters, not my body shape.
Post # 7
I wish they were a little bigger just so I wouldn’t look so weird wearing certain tops … but I don’t know if I could go through with it because there’s no guarantee that they’ll feel as real as a real boob is. DH is happy with them anyway, so it’s just me.
Post # 8
Sometimes I wish mine were slightly smaller (32D) but for the most part I’ve always been happy with mine.
I will say that at 30 years old, my boobs are not as perky as they used to be. It’s only noticable to me when I’m not wearing a bra, but it kind of makes me envious of smaller chested girls. The grass really is always greener, you know.
Post # 9
Mine sound an awful lot like yours. 😛
I love them. But it wasn’t always like this between me and my boobs! I remember being in highschool and hating them. I had a boyfriend who wasn’t exactly the most supportive guy in the word and he made it a whole lot worse. But then I got involved in a lot of self-love stuff after struggling with an eating disorder and now I love them. They’re ginormous and I don’t wear bras, so they’re not hanging out under my chin or anything. They look like natural, swaying, boobs.
Fact: All boobs are awesome. 🙂
Post # 10
My boobs are my best asset. Even when I have had body issues (ie weighed 200 pounds) I have had good boobs. (I am a large c, small d)
Braging, but I am 34, and I have boobs like a 17 year old. I have always worn a good bra, and a sports bra when exercizing.
OP, stick with being proud of what you have. If you want a boost, there are awesome brasaround to do that rather than resorting to surgery.
Post # 11
I would never get implants but I wouldn’t mind a little extra “roundness” as the OP described. Hormones definitely help fill them out a little but I’ll fluctuate anywhere between “OMG I love my boobs!” to “eh, they’re okay.” All in all, I’m not complaining. (I’m a 32B/C on a REALLY good day.) Oh, and my Fiance loves them just like they are. 🙂
Post # 12
I wish mine were smaller so I could wear cuter swim suits! They don’t make cute ones for my size and it sucks! Haha
Post # 13
I have odd shaped breast. I barely fill a D but i overflow a C so there a bit of an awkward size. I am happy though i would change them and my Fiance is a boob and a but guy and i have both.
Post # 14
If you don’t mind me asking, why do you choose not to wear bras? I’ve always wondered if it was for comfort or some other reason when I am aware that a women chooses never to wear bras. I generally need to keep mine in check, and right before my period it would be super painful not to wear one.
Post # 15
Omgsh, I cant stand not wearing bras! I even sleep in one. I’m so uncomfortable without one.
Post # 16
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I’m a 32AA and I wish they were bigger all the time. It’s basically impossible to find my size in American b&m stores, although sometimes I get lucky with 32As. People always say smaller boobs are better for strapless dresses as well, and that is not true when they’re as small as mine >_< I’m self conscious about it a lot and I ask my Fiance for reassurance all the time, but no matter how unhappy I am with them, I don’t think I’d ever take the next step and get implants. It seems so scary and fake and, well, weird! So I make do with push up bras!