Most women go through life having a tumultuous relationship with at least one body part. For me, it was my boobs. I sprouted at 10 years old and was the tallest kid in my grade 5 class back row, middle in my class photo. With that growth spurt also brought boobs. I was the first kid in my class to have them and when I moved to a new city and school in grade 6, I was instantly accused of stuffing my bra what?
When you can't really know what your cup size really is.
I have small boobs. So no, figuring out ways to go braless with big boobs isn't exactly a problem I have. In fact, I could probably easily live bra-lessly for a week — small perks of having small boobs. Bless the sweaters and all things slightly loose-fitting. The universe wouldn't have a clue what in the world of boobage is happening in that area of my body — if anything at all. Yet that's just the thing. When it comes to wearing anything a little more revealing, it's hard to cross the seemingly infinite pre-pubescent boundary of "small and cute" into "sexy and mature. Without the slight boost of a bra — padded or unpadded — I sometimes can't help but feel like a year-old-girl trying on her mother's clothes and playing adult. And don't get me wrong, I've totally gotten to embrace my tiny ta-tas.
When you're not wearing a bra.
Girls come in all different shapes and sizes, and we're all beautiful, but sometimes being flat-chested seriously ain't easy. In a world where big boobs get so much attention don't deny it , for those with barely any boobs to speak of, the struggle is real sometimes. Here are the struggles all small-chested girls can relate to. You grow up believing that one day your boobs are going to grow, and after years and years of waiting in front of the mirror, you come to the horrible realization that it's just never going to happen. And you just want to be like:.
The biological function of breasts is to feed babies and give life, but somewhere along the way, our boobies became so much more. Along with your size, each shape supposedly dictates the type of bra you should wear. But then I got to thinking: Why stop at just seven shapes? My boobs have been more than seven shapes during my lifetime.