I don’t consider push up bras “fake”- all you’re doing is enhancing what you already have. Kind of like makeup. And if it makes you feel better, then go for it.
I know B cups can be flat- I’m not sure if I said something that implies otherwise, but if I did, I didn’t mean to imply that. I’m sorry you’re having trouble with things, but its not normal to lose weight during puberty- and like you, I have trouble putting on pounds so I really have no advice for that. Sorry :/ Have you tried Lulalu or The Little Bra Company bras?
Only if you think it is.
Boobs are in the eye of the beholder.
I hope I’m allowed to steal phrases from flatgirlcomics.
Personality is much more important than outward beauty, but who am I kidding? Girls like to be told they’re pretty. When they’re complimented on their looks, they may not openly show it, but they really do appreciate it deep down. I honestly think every body shape, size, color, ET AND CETERA, is beautiful. So can we please stop constantly fishing for compliments on Facebook or complaining about our looks?
(Guilty of the latter. LOL.)
YOU’RE GORGEOUS, GURL. WORK IT.
YEAH, WELL, REBLOGGING FROM MYSELF IS STUPID, AND THIS IS OLD ARTWORK TOO, BUT IT’S RELEVANT I SWEAR.
So this anon said she was really depressed she had big boobs and wanted to kill herself. Maybe she was exaggerating, I don’t know. But I really want this blog to help people laugh at themselves and accept their cup size.
Please, girls, know that you’re all beautiful, boob-less or not.
I’m sorry you’ve had to go through all that, but having a flat chest isn’t fun and games, you know. I guess this is one of those situations where the grass is always greener on the other side. You’ve never had a flat chest and I’ve never had big boobs, so it’s not really fair to compare our experiences.