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|"I am 23 years old. I have a medium build and I've worn bras that were too small for as long as I've had breasts. I wanted to ignore them when they started growing. As a teenager, I wore tight sports bras and duct tape to smash them down. I still don't know what size I wear. Every sales person that has measured me couldn't find a bra that fit perfectly. I'm around a 34 DD. A guy (a porn addict) once told me that my breasts were "too hangy downy." I never spoke to him after that. For the last two years I've dated a 31-year old guy. He worships me and my breasts. I didn't learn from his adoration, approval or acceptance--to love my breasts, it just happened. I have very thin skin and my veins show through a lot. The veins used to bother me a lot but I don't mind them now. I suppose that since I'm a lot more comfortable with my breasts I could always sunbathe in the nude! Backyard party anyone?"||"Your project is awesome!!!!!!!! I am a 28 year old woman, no pregnancies.
I was always a 34B throughout high school and college. When I went on the Pill at age 19, my breast size increased. Coupled with the usual post-adolescent weight gain, they increased to a 34C by the time I was about 23. I thought they were about "perfect" then.
In the last six months, I have changed Pills due to hormonal face breakouts, on the advice of my doctor, and lost a little weight due to dietary changes (became vegan). My breasts are now 34B again, which was somewhat emotional, as I had gotten used to having larger ones, and enjoyed them! Also, I now have slight stretch marks from the weight loss, on the tops/inner sides of both breasts. I have also, just in the past six months, noticed some sagging, which surprised me, since I am petite and always thought of my breasts as on the smaller, perkier side. I have also had, since puberty, several long, black hairs (like on my head, but darker!) growing from around my nipples. I was always terribly embrassed about them, especially when I was younger, and have always plucked them. They have increased with age, but having read more about breasts online, I now realize that while this is not "average" it's also not really "abnormal" and certainly not a medical problem.
I used to think my nipples were too big, but now I think they are fine. I think that was just the pornocracy making me think most women had tiny areolas and that men expected that. My guy, who is the most amazing, giving, supportive man, loves them. I'd like to say to younger women and girls out there: there is a LOT of pressure on us to hate our bodies if they don't look like the ones in the media. But keep in mind that, while it's not as obvious or intense, boys and men experience pressure, too, and have concerns and hang-ups about their bodies. If someone really cares about you, they will appreciate the beauty of your natural body, just as you will naturally and pretty much automatically think that the body of someone YOU love is beautiful. Men's parts also come in all shapes and sizes, and they are insecure about sharing that with YOU. Real mutual respect and love, once experienced, will make all these hang-ups evaporate, and will greatly lessen your insecurities about your perceived "imperfections". Do not compromise. Don't share yourself with a partner (male or female) who makes you feel like there's something wrong with you. There's not! There's something wrong with THEM - on the inside. "
|"Hello! Your site was very informative and have convinced me that my breasts were normal. I'm 18 years old, asian and I fit into A-B cup bras. My left breast is noticably slightly larger than my right breast and my nipples are quite small and flat. Early in my teen years, I didn't really develop like my friends did. I noticed that I started growing when I was about 14-15, but my breasts didn't really grow as much. Your site really helped me realize that breasts are beautiful no matter what size or shape they are. Thank you!"|
|"I am 42 years old and have never been pregnant. I have been overweight to varying degrees since childhood and I am currently within a few pounds of my highest lifetime weight and wear US size 28 or 30, and bra size 48D. My breasts have always been asymmetrical, and as I've gotten older and heavier it has become more pronounced. I am fair-skinned and my areolas have always been light, with small nipples (which were inverted for a while during puberty.) My breasts started out somewhat cone-ish and the nipples were always at the very tip. They started heading south when I was very young -- probably 15 or so -- because they were never on the upper slope of my breasts to begin with."||"I can't say I feel much better after looking at your site, but I think
sharing my photos despite will be empowering in its own sense.
"I'm 20 years old, never been pregnant, slightly above average in height, with a small frame. I'm generic American (my family has been here since the 1700s) with a bit of Native American, etc., thrown into the mix. I have an hourglass figure, but this is because my shoulders and hips go out while my middle section goes in, not because my boobs are helping. I'm self conscious about my breasts- I don't mind that they are small, but I dislike the size of the areola, my lack of cleavage, and the shape of my breasts (I was chubby while I was developing and in the last two years or so I've lost weight without trying to diet so I think some of the mass from my breasts was lost as well). Weird things about my boobs that don't bother me: the left one is slightly bigger than the right, and has a freckle on the areola and a chicken pox scar on the areola. I love to wear shirts that drape, anything v-neck, and demi cup bras- these are things that look really good with my boobs =)"
|This girl is 23 years old. "I was overweight in my early teens - about 12-17 years old. My breasts used to sag more than they do now. Also, I have big areolas. I am happy with my breasts but I have seen my sister's and she has amazing natural breasts. My mom thinks my breasts are saggy and need breast lift surgery. I used to feel very conscious with guys. But to be honest, I want to be more concerned about my happiness. I'm trying to improve my abdominal muscles to gain more self esteem from my breast insecurities."|
|"I'm 26 and never been pregnant. Even though my breasts are quite small they've had stretchmarks forever, even the smaller one. I sometimes wish they were bigger and perkier and I always wear a padded bra otherwise I feel like my stomach sticks out more than my boobs! But I'm grateful I can sleep on my front and I've more or less accepted how I am. I think the human body is always a beautiful thing, even if it's hard to see our own one that way. "||"I am 19 years old, and I have never been pregnant. Last year I lost 20lbs and have gained 10 back since then, but the shape and size of my breasts have not changed drastically. Currently I wear a 34B. I first saw your website after telling a friend of mine that I was completely in love with The Shape of a Mother, and she referred me to you. Originally I decided to submit my pictures because after looking at your site I didn't see any that I thought looked like mine, however now that I look at the pictures of mine I see that I was wrong. I have never been supremely happy about the size and shape of my breasts, but I've slowly become more accepting of them this past year. My tattoo is extremely recent - I got it done yesterday, and with it I now absolutely love how I look topless."||"I submitted a picture of my 34B breasts about a year ago to your site, and I wanted to send you an updated picture to demonstrate that breasts can increase in size into your 20s without gaining weight, being pregnant, or changing hormonal birth control. I am 20 years old, and in the past 3 months my breasts have gained an entire cup size - I'm now a 34C. Women on one side of my family are late bloomers, and if my breasts follow the same growth pattern as theirs did (which they appear to be doing), I may very well gain another cup size within the next year or two. Hope this gives hope to some younger girls who are worried their breasts will never grow larger (though they are perfect the way they are)!"|
|"I'm 24 years old never been pregnant. I'm probably B-cup judging by
measurements, haven't worn a bra after I realized it doesn't make me more
adult when I was 15-ish or so. I've always been quite skinny, and all
women on my mother's side of the family that I know are small-breasted.
I like my breasts very much as they are now. Not sitting quite straight
in this picture.
Thanks for your site, it's very interesting and although I don't think many people can hear past the "not wearing bras make your boobs sag!" propaganda, it's nice to have info in one place. :)"
|A 22-year old from Germany. "I am always topree at the beach. In Europe one may at most beaches. At some one may be even completely naked, which I like also." "||A 21-year old, with size 36 C or 34 D, depending on the brand. "I didn't really notice that my breasts were larger than 'average' until I went to prom in a low-cut dress and everyone commented. I've never loved my areolas, I think they are way too big and too light-colored, but I've never gotten any complaints and I am learning to like them. I also dislike the veins on my breasts, I'm not sure why but they have always been noticeable. I have incredibly light stretch marks on the outer sides of my breasts but they're hard to notice. I have always enjoyed them in low cut outfits ... but they are a huge burden during the day and especially when trying to find appropriate business attire. Great site!!"|
|"I'm a 21 year old with petite A cup breast. During my teens I hoped that summers would be the time that my breast would develope a little more . Later I realized that would never happen. At times I wish they were slightly bigger because I feel a little less womanly with my petite frame. Overall I'm pretty happy with my breast. They make be petite but I love their beautiful shape."||"I am 18 and have never been pregnant. I have always been small both in weight and height. I wear a 32A mostly. I am learning to love [my breasts] though and I love this site. There should definitely be more like it."||An update picture of the lady on the left - three years later, when she is 21. "I developed amenorrhea when I was 18 because I was underweight. In order to solve any potential problems this might cause, I was put on birth control by my doctor. (She told me that there needs to be a period at least every three months in order to keep up uterine health). My breasts to grew rapidly when I first began taking the pill. I believe that this is due to the fact that my hormone levels were very low before I started the pill. I am now 21 my cup size has increased to a B. I have learned to accept my body more and more with each year and now I am very comfortable with every part of my body, especially since I am now a more healthy weight. I have also learned not to focus so much on the size of my breasts but rather the overall health and appearance of my whole body."|
|"I'm 25 years old, I live in Europe. I'm pretty skinny. I have never been pregnant.
I have very small breasts and never been to happy about that (left is
slightly bigger then the other). I've always been very self confident and
when I was about 15 I realized that my breasts won't grow anymore... so ever
since I tried to make the best of what I have and to accept myself the way I
am. It wasn't always easy. I never wear a bra, first, because I can't find
the one that fits and second, now I got used to it :) not wearing one, I
Would I like my boobs to be bigger? Yes, not too big though. But I would never go for a surgery, ever!"
|"Age 19 , average build and no pregnancies. Through high school I wore an A cup bra but my breasts didn't fill the cup until last year. I was always embarrassed of my small size. The influence of Hollywood's idealism made me feel inadequate, ashamed, and less of a woman. This site, along with my husband urging me to understand the different kinds of beauty we all posses gave me a much needed reality check."||"I'm 24 years old and I have never had children. I was very happy with my breasts four years ago till they suddenly sprung from smaller B's to larger C's, I had priviously been taking birth control and my doctor said this was all "normal". I come from a German/Dutch background so I assume it has alot to do with genetics. I have some pretty severe bacne and it often spreads to my chest and breats. As you can see one is larger than the other and these are my areola at their largest. .. I also have LOTS of enlarged pores in my cleavage, stretch marks near my underarms which are only just starting to disappear due to about 20lbs weight loss."|
|"I'm a 20 year old girl and have never been pregnant. I was a cross country and track runner from sixth through twelfth grade, and consequently didn't get my period until my senior year of high school, and was barely a 34B cup until this time. I was happy with my small breasts, which were perfect for running. By the time I graduated from high school I was a 36DD. They came fast, along with overall weight gain. I now run marathons, but I run so much more slowly because I'm so top heavy. I've considered a breast reduction surgery multiple times, and I'm so self conscious of my breasts that I wear a normal bra as well as two sports bras every day to make them appear smaller. My left breast is slightly larger than my right, and I've hated them since they grew in. Looking at the pictures on your site has helped me feel a little better about them psychologically, if not alleviating the heavy discomfort. Thanks for making this site."||"My breasts are assymetrical.. It is my belief that my left breast is a C and my right breast is a B, but I've always worn a B-cup bras, slackening the strap on the right shoulder, and keeping the left one snug. In the past months I've put on some weight (after coming off the pill), and maybe they're big C and small C cups, right now. Also, you can see the flab of fat under the right arm that the doctor assures me is 'breast fat' (maybe that's why they're assymetrical?) I've always been conscious of my lopsided breasts, and moreso, my flab of fat. Interestingly, though, it was only after I got married last year, and realised that my husband didn't even NOtice the difference until I told him, that I have begun to relax. I still hate the armpit fat, though! I'm glad that I found this site, and can realize that I'm not as lopsided as I could have been. I'm a Caribbean national of African descent. OH.. and I have scoliosis (hence the high and low shoulders)."
The armpit "fat" may in reality be extra breast tissue (supernumerary breast). Breasts can develop anywhere along the "milk lines" running from armpit to pubis. They can be very uncomfortable, and are a potential focus of breast cancer. Extra nipples are common, usually showing up as a "mole" further down the chest. These supernumerary nipples/breasts are recorded in the medical literature.
|"I am an 18 year old female. When I was 16 I had "ideal" breasts...a 32 full B. They were very perky and I never wore a bra. Then I took birth control, and my breasts went from full B to a small D. Sadly, I was furious. I cried. I had to wear bras, I could no longer wear tiny tanktops etc, and I felt that was all anyone looked at. I am a tiny woman, so my "new" breasts are completely out of proportion. However, today I am happy because I have learned to love them! Although I do not flaunt them, I am secure with them."|
|"I'm a young woman from Athens, Greece that happened to run across your site.
I'm 25 years old, never been pregnant and considered neither slim nor obesse. I do have a couple of extra kilos on me. When I was a teenager my breasts grew rapidly and as a result of that I have fairly visible stretch-marks. I do sports and weight-lifting and maybe that has caused my breasts to be slightly pointing outwards. My right breast seems to be placed a bit lower on my chest, seeming shaggier that the left (in my opinion). A couple of years ago my breasts started growing (for no apparent reason-yet painfully) and from cup C I went to DD."
|"I got caught up and took several pictures of my breasts trying to find a way to make them more attractive -- then I realized I was defeating the purpose. I'm eighteen and I've never been pregnant. I've been on birth control for three years but I don't think it affected my size much. I am unathletic but I maintain an average weight with a 34A bra size. I was a late developer and I remember praying in my bed at night that they would just get just a little bit bigger. I've never had any complaints besides my own: One of my breasts sits higher on my body and is a different shape - My aerolas are too light and the bumps (montgomery's glands) are almost as big as my nipples. But then again I only fuss over this when I see them in a photo."||"I am going to be 22-years-old soon. I have never been pregnant. My breasts are size EE. I am of slavic descent, which I have been told, accounts for my large breast size. My aerolas are quite large, about 3.5 inches in diameter. My breasts have some stretch marks on the side from rapid growth. There is also a large visible vein that runs through my left breast (visible in picture). I find your site very interesting and I wanted to add to the variety or breasts featured on it."|
|"I'm 27 years old. I've had mild bulimia and milder anorexia off and on. I do a lot of exercise in phases. I put on a lot of weight with hypothyroidism when I was 21 and training to be a dancer and have still not lost it. ... I was also on anti-depressives and mood stabilisers (and hormone pills when I had excessive bleeding), which made me gain weight around my stomach and thighs mostly and now back. I'm still trying to lose weight. I haven't had any kind of breast surgery, but when I swim a lot my breasts do seem firmer and get more shape. I have stretch marks and have had them since I was 13. My breasts were always big even before I put on weight, my mother's and grandmother's breasts are big too. I'm from India. I've however always had big breasts and have liked them fine, though I've worried about what I thought was unnatural sagging. I felt it was my fault somehow for not wearing bras (I just didn't want to at one point) and for not continuing 'breast exercises' that a family doctor who used to feel me up once recommended. I feel more relaxed about my breasts and their 'sagging' after going through the site and am looking forward to more braless days. I'd been so worked up about it that recently I'd started wearing bras to sleep too."||"I am 23 yr old female. I have always been a little overweight, broad shoulders which give me a wide chest, and stretch marks on my breasts. My nipples are quite large and dark for me being of medium skin tone AND one breast is a little bit bigger than the other. All of this made me very self-conscious! However, I have a very loving man who LOVES my breasts and me (of course) who has helped me greatly. This is a great website for people who are searching for confidence with their body image. Thank you! (0)(o)"||"I am a Caucasian, Australian woman. 19 years old, never been pregnant
or breastfed. I am a size 10E (Australian sizing). Slightly overweight now (about 70 kg) but usually about 65 kg. My
breasts haven't changed with weight change, or since I started the
PIll, they have always been the same since they grew. I have small stretch marks all around my breasts which I hate because
they make them look saggier.
I really hate my breasts most of the time. I think they are too big, and this is very inconvenient. It is impossible to find comfortable fitting bras (and even more impossible to find nice-looking ones.) I can't wear strapless dresses, can't wear bikinis, can't wear tops with thin straps or halter necks because my bras have to have large straps. Due to the unrealistic expectations the media has given me, I hate my boobs because I think they are too saggy, the areolas are too big, too pale, and ugly, my veins show, and they are uneven. I think bras are really bad and would love to go bra-free but because I hate my breasts so much I can't stand being without a bra because I can feel them more, and it hurts because they are big. I would love to do artistic nude modelling or be a model for life-drawing classes but I am too afraid that people would make fun of my breasts.
My mate loves my breasts, a bit too much maybe, he makes me feel very uncomfortable wanting to grab and touch them all the time and gawking at them when I am getting changed. It is a clear example of breasts being over-sexualised.
I am pretty happy with the rest of my body and I just feel like my boobs are holding me back from being beautiful. I hope other women & girls feel better about their breasts than I do. Your site is wonderful, keep it up."
|"Hi, I came across your site and think it's a really great idea - it's ridiculous how we are only ever exposed to one particular type of air-brushed breast on TV, and even more ridiculous that people seem to have issues with seeing mothers breast-feeding in public. So I thought I'd volunteer to add to the breast-gallery, partly because your website is such a great idea, and partly also to take a step in loving and appreciating my body, and being OK with it just as it is. I'm 22, nd have always remained at within a healthy weight range (not skinny or athletic or obese). "||29 years old, European, skinny woman. "My breasts have always been small, some days I love them!! And some other times, I hate them!!! What I liked the least was the hair I had on my areolas. I'm getting laser hair removal now and it makes me feel a bit more comfortable about myself. I guess not having a stable relationship didn't help much."||"I am a 23 year old woman with no prior pregnancies or breastfeeding. I am a "normal" body type - athletic but not super skinny or muscular.
I have had one continuing problem with my breasts. When I was in high school I realized that my breasts faced more downwards than my friend's that was of the same body type otherwise. She could go to dances without bras and I couldn't. I started developing at the average-ish age of 10, was a C cup by age 12 or 13, then grew slowly to a D cup by college. Differently than some other women, when I gain weight I do not gain it in my cup size. In fact, when I gain weight I am a solid 34D but when I lose weight I am a 32 DD (depending of course on my time of the month, when I was on birth control and having my period the cup size was larger).
Again and again society (and even medical drawings, sadly enough) tell a woman her breasts are supposed to be "perky"; the nipples facing up, and more tissue below the nipple than above. Mine, as you can see above, are not like that. I am in the process of growing to love them. I still sometimes think about a lift... My hope is that by the time I'm financially able to do that I won't want to anymore. And more importantly, neither will the next girl who has doubts. Because nature gives us what it gives us. Biology is what it is and we have to accept that. I hope that my children and the friends of my children will grow up realizing that whatever they were born with is good. Hair, sagginess, small, large. I may not be that comfortable, but I really hope we raise our next generation to be. Please join me in that."
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Hello. I personally feel that your website serves such a great purpose; you'll never know. Your site really made me realize that "normal" is entirely what is unique to that person. We all grew up with a certain image of what normal and perfect breasts should look like. Thanks to you I now know that many, many women share the same 'differences' that I do regarding size, shape, etc. Thank you. It does help to know that we are all in the majority. So long as "we" feel healthy and comfortable is all that's important. Best Regards. Chris
Wow, this site made me cry a few times while going through it. There are many things I feel insecure about my body and breasts. So far, I felt like I could hide my insecurity with clothing, but I am just so self conscious that I can't stop thinking about all these imperfections my partner is going to notice once clothes are off and I have nothing to compensate for them.. I am generally happy with my breast size for some practical things, but I still feel that the real thing, without clothes and padded bras, are not exciting or fun enough for my future partner.
I was a late bloomer like many cases in here. My first menstruation went until I was 15, but my breasts never really grew much. Neither my mother, aunt, or grandmothers are small breasted, so even with my family I felt out of place. I had some eating problems when I was younger, so I blamed my late development to it, and got really mad at myself. I did, though, grew on the bottom. From night to morning I had a butt and hips, which I sometimes get complimented on, but I have huge, ugly stretchmarks on the lower part of my butt.
I had a view since young as to what I would look like as an adult, and that image never came true. Now, being 21 years old and not being tall, having boobs large enough to even "hang" from my chest, and not even looking very mature, I just gave up on it. I never outgrew my mother on height, and never got the boobs she had and I expected to grow. It's been hard for me to feel like I've grown up and am not a child anymore when I still look like a child next to my parents; it's just hard to feel like a grown woman.
I've always worn padded bras to compensate and make blouses fit better, and because even with my small size I'm too clumsy and tend to hit myself. Right side is larger than the other, and also is the nipple. They also have their own independent minds: sometimes one nipple will be poping out with the areola crunshed while the other one looks just like a weird mountain of dark mass.. for a while I felt uncomfortable because they didn't hang even close to what you usually see on TV. I've always felt like a b would be a good size, but never reached it. I am a 34 a. I also felt like my areolas were small, and they shrink sometimes, making me feel like if I looked like a man. I also have hairs groing around them... large, thick, black ugly hairs that I'd never heard anyone else of having. I hate them, and considering my small size, it just makes me feel more like a man. It also worries me that with such small breasts, my ugly hairs would make a way bigger impact then my actual breasts. I tried plucking them out, along with similar ugly hairs growing around my bellybutton, but then they just came back as ingrown hairs that left a couple of ugly scars. I don't like the idea of a razor or waxing, so I'll probably just hope my partner will not freak out.
After looking through this site, though, I realize my "problems" are far more normal than I thought. There are women older than me, even with children, with smaller chests than mine. There are women with more hair, or that is even more noticeable. There are asymetries, and other completely different complaints. After going through this site, I am more convinced that whoever I let into the intimacy of my uncovered self should take me as I am or otherwise leave me alone. Breasts do not make me a woman, stretchmarks are not just for after-baby bellies, and I should probably take the invitation to go to pool parties some time this summer and start enjoying a little bit more of life.
Hello! My name is Sarah and I am a 16 year old Asian American(meaning half white and half Asian) and when I was younger I often dreamed of having larger breasts. It was something that I thought I really wanted. Well, today I am a 34D and that's not too normal in my family. To be quite honest, having a D gets to be a pain because most things I wear result in, what I think is, trashy cleavage. I would be perfectly content with having B or C cups, but I love my body regardless and so should all of you! So to any young girls out there who aren't satisfied with your breast sizes, please love who you are! I'm sure you're a wonderful girl with a beautiful personality and your chest shouldn't get in the way of having a great life!
Glad there is a vehicle like this to help people have a more positive image. This is crazy to me, I have read some of the stories and feel for these ladies, but I guess we can be our worst critic. I for one as a heterosexual male LOVE women and their parts on all shapes and sizes as long as they fit my personality. But hey, it is true that men are visual creatures, and media have been profiting off of that fact but media is not reality and it is unfair to compare yourself to an image that does not exist. So keep building a healthy self image and love thyself.
Don't these ladies have guys to tell them how nice their breasts are. They might be down because of tv and movie women but in real life these women are very nice. I would love to have a woman that looks like most of them.
Wow thanks guys this really helped me a lot. I'm 16 and a junior in high school and I've always feelt insecure with my breast and thought I was the only one, but this has really helped me get past that and start loving me for me no matter my boob size really thank you!
I understand it's not all fun and games with large ones, but ladies, there are too many people who love breasts just because they are what they are to let the media (electronic or magazine) or rude/mean people take your self love away.
Large, small, or flat, you have to like it before anyone else does. And lose the ones who still don't. (Or show them this place!!)
Awesome! We are the real people in the world, and we have breasts to our children or future children, for our pleasure too and we are beautiful the way we are! Love all!
Hey, I just turned 17 and this website has helped me understand that not everyone's boobs look photoshopped perfect and now I feel kind of better about myself. I was very insecure because I'm only a 34A and I have very tiny pink nipples and I feel sometimes weird because I've never been able to feel comfortable about them so I'd buy pushup bras to enhance the look of them.
I sometimes worry 'bout my boobs. And yes, I am a girl named Zack. But what's the fuss over boob sizes? Like, what you need to worry 'bout the most is 'Breast Cancer'. 'Cause lots of women die of Breast Cancer. But only few women survive.
If you worry 'bout your breast size. You sometimes don't worry about 'Breast Cancer'. But it kindda does matter. But I hope ya'll will read this and start to think about breast cancer.
My guy tells me he loves my small breasts (32A) more than anything. I am so proud of them.
I think all women should be proud of their breasts. I have an aunt who had a double mastectomy. Until you've had that, praise God for what you've got!!!
First, let me say that I'm a guy and I wanted to give a guy's honest opinion. Yes, all women have different sizes and shapes of breasts. You should be proud of them. Just like there are many variations in hair color, skin color, eye color, so also will there be many different types of boobs. Don't worry, most guys (except for the shallow, superficial guys) will love them all.
Another thing to remember, is that the guy who is with you while you are naked is gonna see you lying down probably, and your breasts will look TOTALLY different when you are lying down. So it's kinda irrelevant what your breasts look like standing up, when you are actually lying down.
And another thing to remember is that every guy has a penis, and they come in all shapes and sizes too. If you are complimentary to us, we'll also be complimentary to you.
My point is that what *YOU* think is a big deal, probably *WON'T* be a big deal to someone else. Just drive on and live your life, and eventually you'll find someone who will love you and your boobs regardless of what they look like. Your personality will trump everything else in the end. Don't sweat it.
Hi! I'm 15 yrs old I am an early bloomer, all my friends are big breasted and sometimes I get jealous of them, but I definitely love my breasts and (I have never been pregnant) people in the past, mainly boys have made fun of the size of my breasts, but it does get better. I love this site.
This site helped me to realize that being a woman is beautiful, and that one's breasts do not determine their attractiveness. Even more so, I have come to realize the beauty in my own body, and love who I am, instead of thriving for a media-fueled 'normal' that was not realistic at all.
Hello, I'm an 18 year old woman. I'm overweight, probably considered morbidly obese. My breasts have stretch marks on the side, and you can see a few of the veins. My nipples are pretty much all areola; the actual nipple only pops up when it's cold etc. I've always been comfortable with my breasts, and in fact I love them quite a bit. They're not perfect, but that's perfectly fine with me.
I think I kinda fall into the category and I like to say all young and adult girls, don't worry yourself for nothing because we are the best and the mother of all.
I really love your website.. I am so glad you know what? It's because i only have small and almost have flat chest but am proud to say that I can still be able to breastfeed my babies.thanks 4 this site a lot.
Hi! I'm fourteen and my bra size is 36A. I've read your website and it's given me a lot of confidence. My mom is around a size D, and most of the girls at school seem to have bigger breasts than me. I've come to realize that God has given me a body to be proud of. And you helped me see that. Thank you so much! I love your website!
Well, I'm a guy, and I hope you don't feel I'm intruding on your site. I find it very encouraging that women can feel better about themselves just the way God made them. The media has done so much harm in setting up the "ideal" human body, and making most males and females realize they will never make it up to that norm.
In my experience, guys are not as self-conscious about their bodies, and we need to be encouraging to our female counterparts. I also want to say that I think most guys are appreciative of the "weaker" sex and don't demand physical perfection.
The best to you, Simon
Hi I'm a 21 year old male and I just wanted to say that this is a great site. Women's breasts should be celebrated no matter the size or shape. I hope all the female visitors to this site find men (and women) who appreciate who they are and what their boobs look like. All women are beautiful, ladies, celebrate your boobs!
(I'm 25 and 23 weeks pregnant) There have been times when I have dispaired about whether my idiosyncracies were something I should be worried about but ultimately far too embarrassed to ask about. When do you ever get the opportunity to just compare lots of breasts just for curiosity's sake? This is a marvellous idea. What's your next site going to be about? ;) Thank you to all involved. x
You have to be thankful to GOD for the fact that He gave you breasts, believe me, some have no breast at all.....
I found your site a couple months ago and found it to be a wonderful place for women, and even men, of all ages to go to learn about breasts from a natural and non-sexual view point. Also, for all of us out here to see for ourselves that normal, healthy breasts come in many shapes and sizes!!
I have a 12yr old daughter and I've bookmarked this site for her and told her that if/when she's curious and wants to learn more about breasts and development, this is a safe and acceptable site to go on. I think when the time comes, it will help her to feel more comfortable about her own development.
I wish there had been a site like this when I was a teen, even a young adult! It would have saved me years of feeling insecure about having small breasts. And wondering if mine looked like other girls/women...it's just a really neat thing to be able to see body shapes/sizes of all sorts because it does help you to realize your own shape/size is perfectly fine just the way it is - just like everyone else's!
Thanks for creating such a great thing and keeping this informative and helpful site available to all!
Thank you so much for creating this site. I too rarely see bare breasts except for my own and have always felt intimidated by media pictures of women with 'perfect' bodies. I feel much more acceptable after seeing that my ordinary breasts are actually the norm and I guess the pictures in the media are doctored to create an unrealistic image that it would be foolish to try to live up to! Blessings to you all. Kind regards from Angela.xxx
I think this is just wonderful. It's beautiful people who accept their beautifully created bodies. I love this.
I am twenty (22) years of age, slim, have hips and when I look at my breast I thought it was something else but browsing through this website has really impressed me that, it is normal. Thank you for your examples, I can now understand my self.
Your site is incredible. I found it when searching for non-surgical ways to get my breasts the same size. I am a 30G and, as I developed a lot sooner than my classmates in school, I've always been quite self-conscious about my breasts, at first hating them because I felt they were too big. Now I am comfortable with my overall size, but notice that my left breast is a lot bigger than the other and worry about undressing in front of people in case they think it's unattractive. Seeing the pictures on this site has helped me to realise that having assymetrical breasts is not unusual or unattractive. Thank you so much.
I am so glad to have found this site. I have never been completely comfortable with my breast, always a little confused about why they didn't look like the breast around me. I was one of the first girls to menstruate and grow breast in my class at age 9 and 10. But despite being an early bloomer all my friends ended up with much larger breast than mine. My sisters all have very large breasts DD and E, one sister had a reduction and is very happy with it, it was necessary for her spinal health. I recently found out when I was 23 that my mother had implants and used to have small breast like me, that made be feel better about my own. My boyfriend commented once about my big areolae and that he did not expect them to be that big the first time he saw them. At first I was a little hurt, but now I know he loves them and was just confused about the diversity breast himself! Since entering my mid twenties my breast have slowly gotten bigger and are the perfect hand-full B or C size right now, but they droop quite a bit. The pictures on this site show how different breasts are and how they change though out a woman's life. Thank you so much for the info and pictures on this site. I wish I could have seen it when I was a teen. THANK YOU!!!
I'm 18 years old, and I've never been pregnant. I started developing breasts when I was seven and got my period when I was nine. I've had some ongoing food issues since I was thirteen, including a three month period where I lost about 40 pounds. Shortly after that I had an overeating disorder where I gained all the weight back. I hate my breasts, and I'm frequently embarrassed of them.
I like your expository & informatory site & I really apprieciate it.
Of a truth, the society & the media has made female breast (especially newly "well-developed" ones) sexual objects used during fondling, foreplay & sex & has made women whom theirs do not look like the ones seen on TV's, magazines etc depressed. How sad! I think women should esteem their breasts regardless of the size, shape & orientation for they did not create themselves. Majority of breasts seen in the media were worked on & they still have their side effects which most media & culture will not uncover. Though I'd like to marry a woman with very attractive boobs, yes! But I will still accept whichever one God gives me.
I just wanted to say that looking through your gallery really helped me. I'm an 18 year old guy who was never really fixated on breasts--I was proud to say that what attracts me the most to a girl/woman is her eyes, and a nice smile (still does). Since I came to college, though, I've started to be more turned on by breasts. I guess it's hormones or whatnot. In any case, I got to see a lot of breasts in a non-sexual atmosphere just now, and it's helped me to overcome my recent obsession. I still think breasts are beautiful, and have my own preferences, but I feel empowered to view them in a natural light now. Again. I'm no longer fixated on breasts from a SEXUAL standpoint. So, thank you, whoever made this site. It's a really good site for guys as well as girls, because it demystifies the breast a bit. Now I can feel good about being a gentleman again. Thanks!
I am your usual insensitive male brought up to not to cry and all that other good stuff.
I came across this site by accident (looking for James Bond if you can believe it)
I took some time and looked at all your photos and read many of your comments.
I thought inadequacy was reserved for us males with less than huge willies.
Well I was wrong all this time.
I read and considered the individual proclamations of insecurities and personal disappointments.
Nothing I can say about that will make you feel better.
If in my heart I want to be Brad Pitt and I'm not, well that's my disappointment and I have to live with it.
But if I'm deluded into thinking I am the elephant man, and I'm not, others can help me see reality.
So, reality, I looked at all the pics and a good portion of the notes and I can tell you, as a member of the insensitive race without considering the sexual aspect I did not see ANY boobs that warranted the insecurities you feel. They ALL looked spectacular.
Girls with big boobs and areolas be proud, girls with small boobs and areolas be proud. We love you ALL
WOW!! I have been really worried about my boobies shape and all, wondering if I was normal, and to see all these other women like me makes me feel so much better about mine, and I'm a lot happier, the media doesn't dictate beautyor "perfection"!!
Hey! This has been very informative. Imagine! I have been driving myself insane thinking I was a freak of nature because my left breast is so much bigger than my right, then I visit this site and find out I'm perfectly normal. I feel so relieved! Now I can sleep tonight and not have nightmares about my breasts or think that guys will find my assymetrical breasts repulsive!!! Also, am I glad that my inverted nipples are also normal or wat?! this site is the best I have visited so far as it pertains to anything about my "girls". Two thumbs up!!! I hope it helps other people as it has helped me! Thank You!!!
I just came across your site and I am in tears. I have been so insecure about my breasts because all I ever see are silicon that Hollywood image. I have a 44DD and men always compliment me, but when it comes time to being intimate, I get shy....I am so worried, but now I know I am normal!!!! So, I am tossing the bra aside and settin these two twins free!!!
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THANKS SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow...your site has changed my lifelong (34 years) negative attitude towards my breasts in just a few minutes of reading. What a relief to see normal breasts. I'm currently breastfeeding my third child and have been frustrated with my large areolas and sore nips from improper latching on. How nice to see others are larger than me :-) Thanks SO much!
I'D LIKE TO COMPLIMENT YOU ON YOUR SITE. I WAS LOOKING AROUND FOR INFO ON BREASTS AND DIFFERENT CONDITIONS. I LOST OVER 165 POUNDS AND LOST MY BOOBS. IT WAS A COMFORT TO SEE OTHERS HAVE HAD THE SAME THING AND THE SAME RESULTS AS I HAVE HAD. IT WAS EDUCATIONAL TO ME. I WAS GLAD I STOPPED BY. THANKS AGAIN...
So good to know not the only one with imperfect-looking breasts (although I guess more important that they work than look good right?) but it really knocks your confidence with body image... will try to get over it. amazing site - thanks!
I had no idea breasts came in so many shapes and sizes. I am a small B cup, with stretch marks obtained during pregnancy and breast feeding. I have always been self concious about my breasts, and it's refreshing to see that there are so many other women with breast issues out there. I don't feel so alone.
I am 35 years old and this web site is the first time that I've seen published pictures of "normal" breasts. All of my life I have been ashamed of my breasts because they were big, saggy, and had stretch marks. I have never had perky breasts but a lot of my friends did. They could go without wearing a bra but I would never even dream of it. My breasts started developing before I was out of elementary school and as a result of my embarrassment I have had posture problems all of my life. Even in middle school my friends would say that I would look so much better if I would stand up straight and put my shoulders back but that made my chest stick out even further and made me very uncomfortable. I did not want to draw any attention to them because I felt they were deformed. I have never worn low cut, clingy, or provocative tops because in a way it felt like it was false advertisement. I didn't want anyone to be misled or think that I was proud of my breasts. All of my life I have avoided any situation that would expose my breasts to anyone. I have been married for many years now and have 3 children but because of my insecurities I never even considered breastfeeding. Never even gave it a thought and thought that women who did were some kind of naturalists without any modesty and probably had no reason to be modest. I wish that I would have had someone to show me that my breasts were normal a long time ago. I have been robbed of many experiences and especially the opportunity to bond with my kids in the way that breastfeeding would have provided but I will definitely make sure that my daughter has access to your website when the time comes and she starts her development. My husband has always said he likes my breasts but I always thought he was crazy and asked him why. He says they are beautiful and that he doesn't like round fake-looking breasts. Well, I still don't think that they are beautiful but it's a start to know that there are other women out there with breasts just like mine and that they are not "deformed." I may even experiment with standing up straight and putting my shoulders back now. Thank you for removing a blindfold that's been on way too long.
I was so relieved to find this site. I've grown up with "tubular" breasts and have always felt self conscious about it. I'd never heard of anyone else having them and felt somewhat of an outcast. As strange as it seems, it feels so much better knowing that there are other women with tubular breasts and knowing that I'm not just odd case with rarely shaped breasts. Thank you so much.
Thanks so much for making this web site. I am 29 and have always had underdeveloped saggy flat breasts. The only time they look good is in a bra. I dont feel as bad about them now that I see what other women look like.
ps.... I wish all men could see this web site.
I was so relieved to find this site! I am 19 years old and I have a 16-month-old son. I felt like my breasts were sagging beyond the point of normal, but your site has informed me otherwise! Thank you so much!!!!
Thank you for this site, I'm a 19 year old asian female, and have always been very self consious about my breasts. In particular the size of my areola, I wanted to ask you I weigh 13 stones, I've been going to the gym as I want to get to my target of 10 stones, will I have the problem of my breasts drooping, and will the size of my areola change?
The size of your areola will not change if you lose weight. The breasts might start drooping some though. You can also see all the questions and answers on Breast development page and the pages following.
thanks a lot. felt horrible about large areolas. Good to know that its natural.
Thank you for such a wonderful site! The pictures are good to see, but for me it was wonderful to read the comments, to know that there are so many other women like me with a deep, painful insecurity about their breasts but who are still strong enough not to go through surgery. I have always been a 34AA (training bra size) and am now 20 years old. I spent my entire teenage years waiting for my breasts to grow, wishing and crying and thinking I was ugly or unwomanly. To all you young girls out there who have gone through this or are going through it now, you are beautiful in so many ways, and no guy who wants a girl for her boobs, or who complains about your chest size, is EVER worth it. I am now going out with a wonderful, attractive man, and my small chest does not bother him. And once guys and girls get past their hormone driven immaturity, there are few people who judge you on the size of your chest, and those who do are still not worth your time.
I am a genetic gynecomastic, started developing breasts at age 8. It is odd listening to women complain about their breasts.
To be female and have the largest breasts in the locker room is one thing - and quite another to be male. In my youth, seriously contemplated reduction, am glad now I didn't. On me, gynecomastia is a progressive disorder, at age 53 have full C cup breasts that look as if they belong to a 20 year old. Oddly my present issue is clothing, an 8" descrepencancy between upper chest and bust makes men's shirts hard to fit.
My marriage of 23 years failed and a subsequent relationship - mostly over my breasts, seems intolerance runs rampid.
Good job! we need more healthy women input!
Breastfeeding my daughter was tough at first, but I couldn't be happier that I stuck to it!
I breastfed in public all of the time too!
Thank you so much for your website. Recently I have been feeling so horrible about my breasts, which are large and somewhat sagging. I've never had children and thought that something must be wrong with me. Why would a 24 year old woman have sagging breasts?? But your site showed me that I'm normal AND beautiful. Thank you!!
This is one of the most beautiful sites ive ever seen...thanks for making it...
I would just like to congratulate you on your extremely informative site. I am currently breastfeeding my 2nd baby I only wish I had had this kind of info with my 1st child as I struggled with my image as a breastfeeding mother (I was A teenage mother)this lead to me weaning him at 14 months which I now feel was far too early for both of us. As the teenage pregnancy rate in my country rises I can only hope that more of our future generation can overcome the prejudices that our modern society has forced on them.
Jess, New Zealand
I want to thank you sooo much! This site has made me feel so much more comfortable with my breasts. I especially liked the pictures because I know other woman out there have breasts like mine! I am only 18 years old, I have lost a bit of weight and so my breasts are saggy with big areola's *I thought this was soo embarassing and not normal and I was afraid to ask anyone* Also, one breast is a full B while the other is a small B.. but it turns out that's normal too! I was seriously thinking about getting a breast agumentation surgery, but thanks to this site, You saved me a whole lot of money! Thanks for letting everyone out there know that they're normal, and beautiful!
Why do I feel that my breasts are not nice B/c the media only really focuses on women with small dime sized nipples! mine are bigger. I'm only 20 and I have no children. it seems as if I'm almost looking like a 40 yr old. All of my friends my age have very small Aerolas. I'm frustrated any advice?
Hi Jen, go see our Nipple gallery page. Areolas the size of a dime are typically found in teens with immature breasts. You can see in the gallery pics above that areola size does vary within women A LOT, but for the most part, after pregnancy women do have larger areola than a dime-size. Still, it is possible that a teen has large areola, or a woman can have small areola after being pregnant. Also note that in women who have had children, some of them have very small areola - and while you worry about 'too big', I've had someone worry about having too small areola! Yes, it's good if you can stop worrying. You don't look like a 40-year old. At 40 you get some wrinkles, your skin is not usually youthful etc. Other people are not concerned about your areolas. Just cheer up - you're perfectly normal!
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