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Small-breasted Women: Does it bother you?


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I've lost 2 cup sizes from weight loss (which I never had large ones the first place). Now I'm tiny, but I think I'm liking it. Is that not normal or what?

I don't know what men thinks about small breasts, but you're more than welcome to share. For the women out there, does it bother you having small breasts?

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I don't have small breasts, but I do have an opinion on them!

When I see a woman with smaller breasts, she almost always looks very petite to me, which I envy. When I see a woman with larger breasts (at a healthy weight), she looks larger. Not fat, but larger. It's very hard to look petite and slim with larger breasts. For example, I love hoodies (over the head or zip up) and with large boobs they make you look big.

So I say enjoy your breasts. Enjoy wearing pretty much anything you want too! Trying to wear a V neck top with large breasts = girls showing off, but with smaller breasts you get to see the chest and it looks so nice.

This is just my opinion, of course. I hope I lose several cup sizes during my weight loss.

I'm not hating on big boobs! I would just prefer to have smaller ones myself. I don't care what men prefer, I'm the one that has to live with them. ;)

Yes...but only because I feel very disproportioned.  I'm 5"7' with linebacker shoulders, no butt, and a belly plus a baby pooch that won't go away.  I feel if my breasts were slightly bigger than the belly would look smaller and...well I don't know about the butt...let me just mention that when I weighed 230 I was ALMOST a C...size 18 bathingsuits and dresses looked so stupid on me cause I could fit another person in there.  Now that I weigh around 169 I'm Bish.

Would I do something about it?  Yes I would...but I can't afford it and my husband thinks if I did get bigger boobs that I'd leave him (because that happened to a co-worker years ago).  So, I just go and buy super padded maxi push up bras with air bags and crap and it makes me feel better.

It doesn't help that my daughter has double D's...I don't know where she got them from.

:o)

I used to be as flat as the wall and now rock DDs and like being big better. When I am at my normal weight they look ginormous and they make the rest of me look tiny.
Original Post by looloogirl:

I used to be as flat as the wall and now rock DDs and like being big better. When I am at my normal weight they look ginormous and they make the rest of me look tiny.


*sigh* SEE?!?!

:o)

They also make some tops look like you're wearing a tent. :/

I'm OK with mine.  They're certainly not huge, but you don't need a microscope to see them either. 

I heard a rule of thumb for most men is if there's a handful there, you're good.  Perhaps, I was just being humored.   :)

I used to be an A cup. It was fine. Now I got on the pill and my boobs decided to become C-D cups. Whatevs. I think I preffer the smaller ones as it's easier to sleep on your belly. They advantage of bigger ones is that you can look feminine even in something like a boring t shirt. The advantage of small ones is that you can look classy even with a bigger decollete. I'm just glad they're not big. I see no advantages to big boobs.

From what I notice there is one thing men like universally about boobs, regardless of size - playing with them.

 

BTW, I just looked at your avi Brackish_Kitty.  You look fantastic!  Congrats on the loss.  

I'm short and very petite with 32A. I really enjoy them generally. They look great in dresses because I don't have to wear a bra, but can still be kinda edgy and sexy. I can wear any type of jacket or top, double breasted, halter, boxy, whatever I feel like. 

I've never had a man that complains about them either. I do have a JLo booty so maybe that helps ;) 

When I had my uber short hair, I felt very gamine like an Italian version of Audrey Hepburn (except not nearly so stunningly beautiful). 

@ kimmy: ot I know, but when I tried to lose weight in the past, my butt was the first to go so this time I'm trying to keep a little junk in the trunk by doing lots and lots of lunges and squats. It's a pain cuz I loathe lunges, but I do enjoy that my butt is shrinking, but it's still keeping a shape.
Mine are after market so I don't need a bra either.

Does it bother me? No, I've always had a small chest (36AA, I might as well wear training bras) so its not like I'm missing anything. Hell, I only own 3 'proper' bras, and they're primarily for white/light/see through shirts. My husband is an ass man (and there's plenty of that) so no worries on that front. The only thing that bugs me is that I look (in my mind) ridiculous in bikinis. I have fairly large shoulders, so I think I look unbalanced with big shoulders, no bust, nipped waist, and BAM hips. 

I need a new bikni that DOESN'T emphasize my lack of bust.

I don't want my breasts to be larger, but I wish they were rounder. I'm a D cup but they're not very big (my grandma, upon hearing that I'm a D, took a look at my chest and said 'D's sure aren't what they used to be! thanks, grandma...) and I have no cleavage no matter how high I push them or how much I squish them.

I guess for me it's not size, but shape, that seems to matter. So no, I don't mind having small breasts - I can sleep on my stomach, most shirts button up for me, and they don't give me any back trouble.

They say that "more than a handful's a waste, but less than a mouth full's a shame."

Bother me?  Hell no. 

I've been a A-cup my whole life, though I had a brief foray into B-cup when I was on birth control.  Being small chested means no worries about jiggling or pain when I'm playing sports.  It means going the entire summer without worrying about wearing a bra.  It means I can get away with a shirt with skinny straps or no back without worrying that I'm rocking the trashy bra strap look.

I've never once had a guy comment negatively about my breast size, and if one ever did, he'd probably get a similar criticisim pointed right back in his direction.

 

teatoddy - I felt super femme and sexy when I had my short hair too.  And I agree, having a great ass helps.

 

Original Post by brackish_kitty:

I don't know what men thinks about small breasts, but you're more than welcome to share.

I'm a legs, hips, and thighs guy so "pear" or "hourglass", I'm in heaven. "Carrots" are OK.

You asked.

Original Post by cptbunny:

I don't have small breasts, but I do have an opinion on them!

When I see a woman with smaller breasts, she almost always looks very petite to me, which I envy. When I see a woman with larger breasts (at a healthy weight), she looks larger. Not fat, but larger. It's very hard to look petite and slim with larger breasts. For example, I love hoodies (over the head or zip up) and with large boobs they make you look big.

100% agree

small breasts make you look "streamlined", I love my small boobs!! Especially since I'm short they suit me, big breasts would make me look like I'm 4-feet wide

I always thought I wanted large breasts...so I did the pad up experiment...yu I looked like a prostitute!

I don't have tiny boobs, but I realised that they are the size they are because that's what suits me.

Original Post by brackish_kitty: I don't know what men thinks about small breasts, but you're more than welcome to share.

Large breasts, small breasts - doesn't matter to me. They're all good.

Original Post by brackish_kitty:

I've lost 2 cup sizes from weight loss (which I never had large ones the first place). Now I'm tiny, but I think I'm liking it. Is that not normal or what?

I don't know what men thinks about small breasts, but you're more than welcome to share. For the women out there, does it bother you having small breasts?


No, I'm fine with my small boobs = )

I never had big ones anyway, but when I was about 18, I dropped 30 pounds or so, which stayed off, and that meant the boobs never bounced back, either.

I gained 20 pounds again after age 30, and I think my boobs got bigger then, but of course when I lost it, there they went again!

At 33, I don't have much hope they'll return, but hey..less to sag, right?

 

It bothers me!

Last time I really worked at losing weight, losing 80 lbs also meant dropping from a C to a B. I'm worried that if I get to my goal weight I won't be able to fill out an A-cup. I think that looks fine on women who have always had small breasts, but I'm worried that the large amount of weight loss will leave me with those nasty droopy extra-skin boobs. Frown I saw it happen to a friend who used to have DDs and lost a lot of weight. I'm too young to sag as much as I already do, and I don't want to get more saggy!

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