High school was pretty much a nightmare, being called pancake chest was the norm and the environmental impact stuffing our bras with toilet paper may have had plays on our minds. Constantly having to buy new padded bras because the stuffing falls out of place in the washing machine. Nobody talks to your chest. In fact your chest is never going to get you a free drink or out of a parking ticket. That look of disappointment when you take a padded bra off. Like opening a packet of crisps and finding them half-filled. Having to search for hours to find an A cup bra in any lingerie shop. Having a baby and going from flat chested to boobilicious to ping pong balls in socks. As soon as you lose a bit of weight you realise it has gone from your already small chest. MORE: 15 things no one tells you about your boobs after you have a child.
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The most common lament from small-busted women is a feeling of inadequacy. They are often embarrassed or feel less feminine than their average or full-busted friends. I help women of all sizes realize that her bra size is just a number and a letter and does not define her worth. We flat-chested women have been feeling ashamed for far too long. Small breasts can be just as sexy and just as feminine as large breasts. In fact, some men prefer them. I know a lot of women are self-conscious about small boobs.
Some girls think theirs are too big or too small honestly, the grass is always greener on the other side , and some embrace exactly what their mama gave them. However you feel about your chest, though, know this: you're not alone. I have an A cup. I'm a cross-country runner, so if my boobs were any bigger, they'd affect my running.