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Anonymous asked: "Thank you so much your blog makes me feel like I'm not alone! People pick on me saying I look like a little kid and I have nothing on my chest. But I've learned to not let it bother me and try to embrace the perks of being flat:-)"

That’s what I’m here for~

Embrace it, girl! 


"Men’s traditional view of sexiness isn’t sexy. It shouldn’t be so obvious: push-up bras and miniskirts? Sexiness, to me, is when people are comfortable with themselves."
— Sienna Miller

Anonymous asked: "okay so I'm a 34B, but I feel like my boobs aren't 'normal'. They're sorta perky but droop down and out a bit, and I find myself constantly having to pull my boobs back into my bra. Is this normal?"

Yes, absolutely. There are many different boob types and I don’t have experience with your type but I wonder if any of my followers do?

P.S. If your boobs are falling out of your bra, have you considered getting a new one?


I made an FAQ page

posted 1 month ago

queen-oleander:

We should teach young boys to respect women, but we should also teach young girls to respect women. Women should not see each other as enemies, but as allies. Stop telling young girls that the best they can be is “not like other girls”.


Anonymous asked: "As a college student now I see more different body types and daily struggles people face. Many people are more concerned about getting their degree rather then focusing on beauty. I feel showing the world you have confidence (even when you do not) can make anyone look beautiful."

Anonymous asked: "B cup girls suffer just as much abuse about having small boobs that A cup girls do."

Do you have a scientific study to prove that? No? Okay then. 

All girls suffer because of expectations about their bodies. I’m not trying to deny that. I’m just saying that, in general, those who fall closer to the “norm” are less oppressed than those who fall on opposite ends of the spectrum. For example, fat people are constantly criticized  about their body size, thin people are sometimes criticized, but people close to the middle of the spectrum don’t experience that amount of criticism. 

I don’t even know why I have to explain this. 


Anonymous asked: "I'm 17 and a 34AA. I only got my period last year. I'm ridiculously tall and skinny and I have an awesome butt (I've been told) so it doesn't matter that much but I'm really, really self-conscious. I can't even go bra-less, my boobs are too pointy. Is there any chance that I'll still get bigger boobs? Also, what bathing suits look good on that kind of body type? Thanks :)"

Yes, there’s always a chance that you’ll get bigger boobs, if you go through a growth spurt or gain a lot of weight. But I wouldn’t count on it. 

Bathing suits…You should avoid one-pieces because they’ll make you look even taller lol. It’s good to bring attention to your chest with ruffles and embellishments. A printed or light colored top with a dark, simple bottom can also help balance things out. I found this great article here about swimsuits, hope it helps :)


Anonymous asked: "So I'm a bit worried... I'm nearly 17 and don't even fit into an A cup, but that's not really my problem. (Sorry if this is a bit crude) I've got really large areolas that are essentially my entire breast and it just makes me really uncomfortable - I dread the day that someone will see me naked :/ I feel like small nipples would look more proportional..."

That’s nothing to worry about. Nipples come in a hundred million shapes & sizes. I’ve heard people say that every nipple is unique, like a fingerprint. (There’s a great gallery of different nipples/areolas at 007b.com, if you don’t mind looking at breasts.)

Anyway, small nipples might look more proportional, sure. But is it really going to do you any good to worry about it? I know sometimes it feels like you’ll be alone forever because something about you is just. so. ugly. Maybe today you feel that way and tomorrow you won’t but who knows and you just gotta keep keeping on. 

This reminds me of a famous saying: Find the courage to change the things you cannot accept, the serenity to accept the change you cannot accept, and the wisdom to know the difference.

Find the serenity. 


Anonymous asked: "Yesterday i bought bras from the pre-teen section with no shame! And will go shopping again today at Target to buy two more bras! I'm sick of wearing bra bands or w.e u call them lol. P.S i'm 18."

One of the best bras I ever bought was from the preteen section in Target. #noshame