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|A 36-year old, size 44J, with two children; the older is nursing at age 3.5. "I started developing breasts at age 9, and was teased mercilessly through grade school and middle school. I was constantly humiliated at the size of my breasts. I have terrible posture as a result of a
lifetime of hunching over to hide them. They are now a huge weight and
cause me daily pain in my back and ribs. Finding clothes that fit is a
nightmare. Buying a bra is a major expense, as they run around $45
each, and I have never had one that fits right.
But I am grateful for them, nonetheless, b/c they are a source of food and comfort for my babies, the way Mother Nature intended them to be. :-)"
|Age 32, has breastfed one child for 8 months. She has lost a lot of weight and has stretch marks. "Stretch marks and all I love them."||"I am 28 years old. I have been pregnant once and was unable to breastfeed because I made NO milk. My breasts never changed during pregnancy or
engorged after and with the help of a lactation consultant and a hospital
grade pump we learned that I made no milk. It's never been officially
diagnosed by a doctor but I do fit all the 'criteria' of tubular breasts.
I am obese and at the time this picture was taken I had lost about 50lbs. I was thin in high school and extremely small chested (maybe an A cup on a good day) and even then they were very saggy. As I gained weight they got bigger though never fuller, just saggier really."
|Breasts of a 12-week pregnant woman. "My areolas have darkened since my pregnancy began, which is normal I hear. They used to be a carnation pink color tone. Also, my breasts have increased one cup size. I was a 34B, but am now a 34C."||Breasts of the same lady as on the right, now 17 weeks pregnant. She's grown from a 34B to a 36C by this time.||The same lady again, now 32 weeks pregnant.|
|"I am a 39 year old woman, bra size 16C (Australian sizing). I have 4 children (the youngest is 4 the oldest is 14) whom I breast fed for up to a year each. I like my breasts they do sag and they do have stretch marks from pregnancy and weight loss and gains ( many over the years). I weigh about 89 kilograms and am 6 feet tall. .. I would like them to be perkier if anything but they present me no problems and my husband is in love with them even after all these years."||"I am 25 years old. I've never been overweight or anorexic, though I have been slightly underweight in the past. I was a small A cup until I became pregnant; now that child is nearly 18 months old and I wear a C cup. My baby has been breastfed from birth and we have no intention of weaning any time soon. We even nurse in public, and have never received a negative comment. My left breast has always been a little larger than the right, which used to make me very self-conscious, but now it doesn't bother me at all--partly because I have seen, through this website and by other experiences, that most women don't have perfectly symmetrical breasts, and that is only a myth perpetuated by our over-sexed, commercialized culture. Veins on my breasts have always been visible but they were even more noticeable when I was pregnant. I love my body, with all its imperfections."||"I'm a 27 year old mother of 2. I got the tattoo on my breast for my 19th birthday. I breastfed both of my children. My first for over a year; my second for about 4 months. Before my first pregnancy I was less than an A cup. While I was breastfeeding both of my children my breasts were almost a D cup. After I weaned my second child, my breasts shrunk back down to less than an A again. I've since used herbal supplements which have increased my breast size to a full A."|
|A woman's breasts at 13 weeks of pregnancy.||The same set of breasts at 39 weeks of pregnancy, one day before giving birth to twins. Notice the areolas got darker; however this lady's areolas did not get larger.||The same breasts as on the left 1 month postpartum, while breastfeeding the twins full time. The breasts are larger than during pregnancy and veins are visible - all that milk production requires a good blood supply in and out.|
|"I am 37 and have had three children in the last nine years. My youngest is nine months old and still breast feeding each day. All of my children were breastfed, the oldest two for over a year each.
My breasts have always been large (E cup), however they have become quite huge since having children. I have always had a low body image esteem due to the look and sagginess of my breasts and was immensely appreciative of your website. I am currently a little overweight, finding it difficult to lose my excess fat since my youngest child was born. Unfortunately, even when I lose a lot of weight, my breasts remain large and droopy.
I hope this helps other women who have breasts they think are unattractive realise that they are normal. Just like I am."
|"I am 24 years old. I have been pregnant 3 times, but only have two children (one miscarriage).
I breastfed my first child for one year and then breastfed my second for only a month because of digestive problems.
I am 5'4 and as a teen I weighed 165 and wore a C cup bra. I lost 30 pounds in about 4 months and kept it off but my breasts went down to a B cup. When I got pregnant with both children I gained 40 plus pounds and went back up to a C cup. After breastfeeding my first I went down to an A cup and my weight dropped to 118. Now after my second I'm borderline A or B cup and I am 130 pounds. My breasts are droopy and my areolas are large and dark. I have lots of stretch marks from the rapid size changes. My right breast is larger and saggier than the left because that is the side my children favored when I breastfed. I've never had full looking breasts except when breastfeeding. Even as a teen before having children my breasts always seemed more pointy and droopy. I like my breasts fine now. I like not having to wear a bra all the time. I know that I look like a normal woman and anything else would just be fake. I've had people tell me they are shocked that I could breastfeed because I was so small chested, but that's just a myth. No matter what size your breasts are you can support the nutritional needs of a baby. "
|"I am 25 years old, have a child who's almost a year old, have been brestfeeding the whole time (first six months exclusively) and plan to continue as long as my baby wants. In the picture my right breast is filled with milk and left is empty, that causes them to be really asymmetrical. Before pregnancy my left breast was a bit bigger and I had small B-cup, during pregnancy it went up to D and in the first weeks with the baby and milk up to DD. I am still having troubles getting used to bigger boobs, because I liked them when they were small and used to bind them sometimes. I have lost a lot of weight while breastfeeding (about 22 lbs) and I'm trying to get it back though I'm not underweight yet, it's my personal crusade against the fat war :) I have a tattoo on my chest and tattooes around my nipples, I used to have nipple piercings too and consider getting them done again when I'm not breastfeeding anymore. I also had a little milk even before I was pregnant, my gynecologist said it was propably because of too much prolactin but I didn't get it tested because it was never a problem for me. I have some stretchmarks that pregnancy caused, and I'm planning to use them as details in my future whole-chest tattoo."|
|"I'm 24 years old and have a three-year old daughter. I breastfed my daughter for a week when she was born. I breast feed my daughter only on my right breast."||"I am 22 years old and have been pregnant once but never carried any children to term. I'm 5'4 and 170lbs which leaves me short and stocky but I prefer to think of myself as voluptuous.
I love this website and the wonderful message it's sending. It has made me feel so good about myself, I want to share with other women and be a part of something that could help girls deal with feelings of inadequacy.
I've had my anxieties, like any woman. I've felt that my breasts weren't perky enough at so young an age and I've had some particular withholdings about the veins that stand out starkly and close to the surface of my pale skin.
All the same, I've always loved my breasts as a part of my overall self and they suit me just fine. :)
I hope every woman can eventually feel the same way."
|"I am 34 years old and have had two children. I have attempted to breastfeed
both of them, and have failed both times! ... I am quite slim (size 10 / 12 in UK sizes
I think this is size 6 / 8 in USA) and tall (5 foot 10 inches) and have
always been so, however I have a big frame big hands, feet, head, etc.
so I dont look particularly petite.
My breasts have always been very small (AA cup), and even when I was pregnant I never made it out of an A cup I couldnt even buy a Maternity bra as they all start at a B cup. I have always been very self-conscious of my flat chest; I hated school communal showers, and even to this day wont change in a communal swimming pool changing room in case people think Im a freak.
I actually prefer my breasts now (as pictured) to pre pregnancy as they are bigger, squashier and more breast like, I can even buy an A cup now, which is fantastic I feel much more female and voluptuous and a whole new world of underwear shopping has opened up before me (I really struggled before to buy underwear, and found the whole experience very upsetting as nothing fitted).
...I have considered having implants and decided against it beneath the worry and fear that I dont match up, is a belief that I shouldnt have to cut into and disfigure my own body to appear attractive to others, it is better to learn to accept myself and hope others will too.
Thank you for your website, it is great.
|"Hi, I am a 24 y/o mother of two and I love your site. I used to be quite happy with my breasts but since having my kids they have sagged considerably and the space between them has grown. My areolas used to be quite small but now they are very large and don't seem to be reducing in size again." (Which is normal because areolas increase in size during pregnancy and do stay that way.)||22 year old, with one pregnancy, breastfed for one year. "Breasts have been saggy from the day they developed. They were a little perkier before I got pregnant, but never compared to the so called "normal" breasts. I have considered having a breast lift, but I want the ability to breastfeed future children--so I don't want to take that risk. For the most part I am happy with my breasts--the only thing I would change would be for them to not be saggy. One is larger than the other since my pregnancy."||She is 38 weeks pregnant in this picture - notice how dark the areola is, probably at its darkest. The color will fade during several months after delivery.|
|"24 year old, one pregnancy 4 years ago, breastfed for approx. 3 months, some stretch marks, my breasts prior to pregnancy were a full C, now an A so they seem to have shrunk and look like it too."||"I am 33 yrs old. I have two children, now 6 and 3. I breastfed the first for 11 months and the second for 15 months. I wear a 36C. I wore a 38B before the pregnancies. The scars seen on my stomach (and some unseen ones under the smaller breast) are from surgery done when I was a baby therefore totally unrelated to the breasts, but causing the smaller one to have a "tuck" under it and causing the nipple to point downwards. I've always wished my nipples were erect all the time and I've always wanted my breasts to be bigger, but I'll never be willing to surgically alter them, plus no matter what they look like, they fed two beautiful, healthy children naturally and inexpensively."||"38 year old, SWF. Developed about 14/15 yrs of age. Been about the same size my whole life, except while I was pregnant with my one daughter. Depending on the bra, I wear a 34 D or a 34 C. I would love a pair of those perky, media seen breats, but not willing to go to the extreme of surgery. I have an active lifestyle and stay fit."|
|"Hi.. I am 27 years old, with two children, two births. Twenty-four months PP. Did not breastfeed, not currently pregnant. I am considered obese, normal pregnancy weight gain and weight loss. Slight stretch marks. The discoloration at the top are tattoos I erased out. I am very uncomfortable with my breasts because of the sagging."||"Hi, I used to be very very insecure about my breasts until I found your site. It's giving me soo much convidence in myself to know that my breasts are NORMAL!! I use to think perfect breasts were perky with small areolas & nipples, as you can see in my pic I have very large areolas & nipples. Even before pregnancy my areolas were huge, but yah it got larger when I got pregnant.
I'm 21 years old, currently pumping in the day & breastfeeding at night. I only give him formula for back up, that's hardly ever though. My son is 4 months old. I love breastfeeding, & I am very proud to be one of the few americans who do. All my friends who had or currently pregnant don't even want to try breastfeeding. I still always encourage them to.
Breastfeeding is Awesome!!!
I hope my story can help other women out there! Thank you ladies out there soo much for giving me the convidence I now have."
|The same lady as on the left; about 2-3 months later. "I'm 21 years old. I've always had large areolas but it got alot darker when i got pregnant. My baby is now 6 months old and I'm still breastfeeding. I have stretch marks all over my breast :(
I love this site. Thanks for making me feel normal!!!!"
|Age 72. This lady always goes topless at home, but wears bra most of the time [otherwise].||"I'm 27 years of age. I've been pregnant twice and have one child the other pregnancy was a miscarriage. I breastfed for a couple of days on my left breast. The left breast appears a little bigger than the right one. I've always been overweight. I've lost weight and gained. I've gotten stretch marks when I became pregnant. I like my breasts and so does my husband and thats all that matters. I'm a 40D sometimes a C cup. But I really like this website because it makes me feel more comfortable with my body. All of our bodies are unique and beautiful in their special way!"||"I'm 24 years old and I have two children. I breastfed both of them for 8 months. I used to be bigger before pregnancy, but I've never liked the shape of my breasts. They have always been pointier with larger nipples. I think they have always been lopsided, but I think they are worse now. I used to be 30 lbs heavier as well. I have never thought that my breasts were normal. "|
|"I am a 74 year old caucasian woman who had 2 pregnancies and breastfed up to 6 months. My children are now 46 and 44 year old and have their own families. I am very proud of my breasts and am a 38C, was 34 B before I gained the weight I have now on me. I weigh around 77 Kg and am 5.5 3/4 ft. I love to walk around naked around the house and prefer not to wear a bra, but wear one anyway because I don't like the nipples to show through my clothing. I am a young looking woman and proud of it. I play a lot of tennis and am very active and agile still."||"I am 34 years old. I have been overweight since my teens, I am 19 weeks pregnant. I have never been happy with my breasts so I was very happy to see this site. I was a 36 B but have gone to a 38 C since falling pregnant. I had never been pregnant before and now since my pregnancy my nipples have gotten a lot bigger! I have been on birth control several times since my teens this always used to cause an increase in my cup size but never made my nipples get bigger. At the moment my breasts ache constantly and the nipples are very tender and sore."||(attached photo: 34G, 32 years, 4 babies breastfed) "For years I really disliked my shape since I developed quickly and younger than my classmates, and immediately got the 'wrong' sort of attention from males, which led to an eating disorder and deliberately dressing to disguise my bust - I essentially found myself apologising for having large breasts on a small frame. I continued this well late teens and early twenties, holding myself with a slouched posture, wearing minimising bras and layers of clothes, anything to hide. After I started having babies my perspective changed, my boobs got bigger and whether I liked it or not, they couldn't be 'hidden' because it was important to me to nurse my babies. For what it's worth, I now really like my boobs and appreciate them as an 'attractive' part of my figure, given that they're pretty useful when used for what they're made for."|
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"I am a 39-year old with two kids; both were breastfed for a year. I have always been proud of my breasts, and normally shaved them because I thought my slightly hairy nipples were abnormal or unattractive. Thanks so much for your site. My husband and I love how the gallery shows that real breasts have such variety and beauty. I hope you can include my pic to show that normal breasts can have hair."
|"I am a 32 year old mother of an 8, 6, and 2 year old. I pumped milk for a year for each of them because I overlactated and none of them wanted to latch. I have survived ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, and a complete hysterectomy. I was an a cup priori to the first pregnancy. With each pregnancy, I grew to a 32 DD. I am less than an a cup now."||"My breasts have always embarrassed me; I've always hated them. I am
married, I have three children, but my husband has not seen my naked breasts for
years. I am 40 years old.
The reason I sent these pictures is not because I enjoy gratuitously exposing myself ... far from it. However, I believe that body image problems for girls and women only start with the breast. Ultimately it is the whole body that becomes the problem. That is why I feel that posting my breasts (again! I have been here once before) plus a bit (a lot) of extra flesh(!), and furry bits, might help to put the breast issue into perspective."
|"Like almost every other woman on your website I have struggled for years with my self esteem. My stats are - 19years old, 5'4, 77kg's with a 36F cup. I used to be a lot slimmer but have put on 25kg's due to Hyperthyroidism. My bra size used to be a 32D. I have been pregnant once briefly and did lactate for awhile (also lately due to my thyroid), my breasts have been quite 'full' since. They used to be somewhat deflated... I definitely prefer myself more with a bra on than without! I have a lot of stretch marks on my breasts too, most are faded but there are some stubborn ones.
What you are doing is great, and the same could be said for other body parts - not just the breasts. Tummy, bum, or even vagina? I remember watching a documentary on women having plastic surgery on their vaginas to make them look more 'normal'. Anyway, very inspirational website. Thankyou :)"
|"I have been pregnant, but never had children. Only a few months in unfortunately ;( I have thought about trying again, but I am already
37! ) I started developing breasts at a young age. My mother was also very well endowed. I got stretch marks on my hips and breasts due to
how rapidly I developed in my early teens. It was horrible for me. I was picked on A LOT.
When I was 18-19 I lost about 20-25 pounds. My exercise reduced, as I got a full-time job, and my body didn't change much for about 6 -7 years...My breasts had shrunk down to a C cup and stayed there, and I was so happy. However, during any weight gain, it goes straight to my breasts and saddle bags!
I have been jogging and walking again. I have decreased in size again, but I am still a 34 D @ 5"2 and 115 pounds. I never WANTED to know truly how large my breasts were, so I would always wear bras that didn't fit (I know that's awful).
I have always felt they were ugly and looked saggy. I have never been able to wear a tank top or anything without the support of a bra. Finding clothes is a nightmare, and they are very uncomfortable when I am around 130 pounds or any higher. I think my highest weight ever was 140, fully clothed, at the doctor's office.
Reading some of the stories on the site I could relate to. It is very difficult on young women. You are teased mercilessly and both the boys and girls are bad (In middle school/junior high)! It gets a little better in high school at least.
I just wish I could give all the girls a hug that have to go through what I did. Exercising is difficult also *a lot of jumping around*, etc. But it isn't too bad now that I have lost 10-15 pounds.
My boobs were the same sagginess when I was 19 and lost weight. I am short waited so my boobs seem to be in my lap when I am not wearing support.
I hope this continues to help all females understand that breasts are NOT perfect naturally!! Only on the special occasion they are small (and even then, they aren't always perfect looking!!)"
|"This is after four children and no breast feeding at age 55. I think I am undersized for a grown woman. By age twenty I always bought the enhancer cups and pads to look presentable. I am happier with the size now, it seems the breasts are maybe one and a half ounces bigger than before and that's enough to improve my disposition about the subject. I have taken saw palmetto and a multi-vitamin for years and I think this added the volume, especially the saw palmetto. I gain more weight on the hips and upper thigh so I diet to make the breasts seem larger. I don't lose weight in the breast area when I diet."|
|"I'm 34. Breast fed twins (for 3 weeks) and singleton (just 3 days - way too painful. He had a very strong sucking reflex) Five years have passed since feeding. I always thought my breasts were a little too small. I wore a 34B until I got measured last year. I'm actually a 34DD! I instantly felt happier with them. Society defining large breasts as more appealing has obviously affected my subconcious. When I perceived them as small, I thought about augmentation. Now I'm not interested. Your website is inspirational. I will definitely show it to my children. If I had been educated sooner about how varied breasts can be, I'd have loved them sooner."||"I'm nearly 21, I've had a child but haven't breast fed. I have lots of big dark stretch marks and I think they are super saggy."|
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Thank you!!!! This website shows that we are supposed to be different. I'm not brave enough yet to submit a picture. It is helping with my extremely low self esteem.
I love this website. I think it is fantastic and certainly helpful for women who question the aesthetics or the health of their breasts. I am 25 years old and have always questioned the appearance of my breasts. I am now 3 years postpartum and ask myself why I was ever self conscious to begin with. It probably had something to do with the media, or the magazines, or the fact that I felt that if I wasn't perfect I wasn't worth it. Well, today with my sagging boobies after breast feeding I am gratuitous toward this website for showing me that I am normal, and I fed a child and I am amazing. Thank you so much!
Ladies, I think all breasts are normal, you need to get over your worry about your boobs. God gave you what you have and any man worth his weight will love you for you so don't worry.
I am a therapeutic massage therapist specializing in Orthopedic Massage. Having been told about this website by a patient I have referred patients with questions/concerns about their breasts to this site, first, to define "Normal." More often than not I have offered referrals for evaluation of breast reduction secondary to neck and back pain rather than augmentation. Many women have asked questions about symmetry. Few women look at proportions to the rest of their body. The site really excels with the narratives. It has been my experience that women in the U.S. really have little to compare them selves with! Most go to sexually oriented, usually intended for males, types of pictures. It is also helpful for males in that they rarely see anything but the magazines. A very helpful source, thank you!
After a comprehensive analysis of your site I have a couple insights. I am a guy. I like them ALL. If your partner can't accept you with the ones you have, you have the wrong guy.
After seen these breast pictures I know my breasts are normal size. I always thought my breasts were small, but now I know they are normal. But I most say, you women have great breasts and you should be proud of them.
Hello, I am 19 years old and have always had body-image issues. I ended up on this site because I found a link from a blogger who has their page based on anatomically incorrectly drawn female figures in comic/anime type art. I thought I might share my story. When I started developing around age 11, it seemed I was late (majority of the girls my age developed from 8 to 9 years old). When I started, I used to get teased and called "pencil tits" because I was not allowed to wear a training bra (my foster mother at the time was very anti-bra). Then due to all of this, I gained weight to gain boobs. I gained the weight too rapidly and I regret it to this day; I went from 120lbs-220lbs in a matter of 6 months and since then have been "yo-yo"ing my weight give or take 20lbs since then. I had those green/purple spidermarks everywhere which have now faded into stretch marks. The shape has changed over the years and now I wished I was patient to see if my double A's would get bigger. I bounce back and forth between a B and a D, and I have no idea what my proper size is. The largest size I've been up to was a double D. I've been so desperate over the years to get surgery to the point where I hated the sight of my nude body to the point of utter disgust. I've tried creams, herbs, diets. I wish I had seen this website sooner. I am still struggling to see something different in the mirror. I am still sexually attracted to the porn industry type/surgically enhanced breasts. I do like the normal ones, but I feel hardwired into believing this is beauty. Logically I know this is not meant to be. I've lived in some foster homes where nude-ness was supported, but most of the homes I went to required you to wear a bra at all times, even in sleep. I've only recently started spending my time more nude at home and trying to comfortable with who I am. Little by little I am changing the way I see the mirror and these pictures. But seeing this site has helped with putting it in writing and displaying side-by-side displays of what is normal in a respectful, non-sexual way. Thank you all.
I'm a male and this is a great site, it supports all the women that have small breasts, and they need not worry about it. I want to tell all these women as a male that small breasts are beautiful,and not all men like large breasts..Feel great about that part of your body...
I applaud all of these women for being brave enough to allow their bodies to be shown on here. I am 5' tall 100 pounds. I was a 32A but had breast augmentation and the plastic surgeon was able to keep my breasts the same shape as originally had just made them bigger. Unfortunately the surgeon went behind my back and implanted larger than requested and gave me D cup size implants. I am happy with the shape and look but they are way too big for my body so will be going back to a different surgeon and be reduced to C cup implants. After looking at this gallery I feel thankful as many of these women are very young and have issues with their breasts. I think my biggest issue is my skin. I can live with my breasts large or small but I hate my skin.
Thank you, Thank you for placing this website up for women who are either considering breast augumentation due to cancer surgery. What the scars may look like both underarm and whole breast itself. Before/after photos of what surgeries can/cannot do. I thought I was the only one out there with breast issues, how my husband accepts these flaws with love and not bitterness. Thank you 007 Breasts
I don't normally wear a bra because I am more comfortable without one. Recently, though, I got a job with white uniform shirts, and my nipples showed through, so I decided it was time to get around to finding a bra that fit. I ended up finding it in the kids' clothing section - a lone beige bra in my size in a sea of "Hello Kitty" and little frogs with rainbows. Anyway, by the looks of it, I may not be the only adult woman looking in the girls' department for bras who isn't shopping for her daughter. Thanks.
Every one has the right to "LIVE", is the bottom of the day, one thing. Daughters of Eve just don't worry,the world on other-side is equally colorful.
Kudos to 007B! Why is a 52-year old man visiting this site, you may ask. Because I care, my mom had breast cancer, one of my wife's sisters has had it, and a few other ladies in our circle of friend's have been affected by it! I think this is a top notch web site for helping females of all ages cope with some of society's most questionable issues.
Why is breast feeding so controversial? I can only guess that the people who deem it inappropriate to breast feed in public have skewed ideas on what normal means!
As a man, I find breasts of all shapes and sizes attractive. My wife has medium sized pendulous breasts and when she sits, some times her nipples turn in and touch her tummy. I adore her breasts and can not imagine her having surgery to change them in any way! Modern medicine has made some great strides, but when I see all the women who have suffered through different types of trauma because of implants and other types of breast augmentation that have gone wrong, it breaks my heart! There is of course a place for surgery , ie breast cancer etcetera. If a man can't get past the shape or size of a woman's breasts he has issues and should be regarded accordingly.
I know it's human nature to seldom be happy with what we are born with. I'm bald, I have one testicle larger than the other, and my penis is slightly twisted, however I have no inclination to get a hair transplant, or try to "enhance" my man hood as it were.
Be your self ladies, you'll get more respect from those who really know you, and don't fall victim to society's concept of "perfect"! Remember there are people out there who love you for who you really are.
Women, stop obsessing over the size, shape, perkiness of your breasts. They are beautiful as they are. DO NOT get surgery, even if you say you don't want them larger (lie), all breasts are beautiful just as you were given them and how they have changed over the years. The worst thing you can do is let a man mess with the perfection God created. Leave them natural, the majority of the men in the world would rather have it that way.
I think all of you women should be very proud of the fact that you had the courage to bare your breasts. My girlfriend has always been sensitive about the size of her breasts (she is an E cup) and always thought that they were too big. As a male I would like to assure all of the women that had posted on this forum that loving yourself and being happy with who you are and what you have is very, very alluring to men and size, shape and perkyness is not so important. We men deal with similar issues about our bodies in many different areas and we like when women are confident in who they are. I apologise if this is meant to be just a female forum but your pictures and stores have helped my girlfriend love who and what she is in a way that maybe I couldn't, so thank you all
Really great site.... I have been insecure about my breasts for many years as I felt they were too droopy. Now looking at pictures of younger women (I am 40) I realise that that's just how some of us are made. I have breastfed 4 children all for 2 years each and actually they only sag more now because I am older, NOT because I breastfed. As I tell my daughters... they are not put on your body to fill your frock! You might as well do something useful with them. My husband was very supportive of me breastfeeding but always had an unhealthy interest in porn which really wore away at my self confidence in my breasts and myself in general, especially when he would make negative comments about my breasts... it was the main thing that led to our divorce. I am still struggling to love my body and have no confidence to start a new relationship even though it has been 4 years. Your site has really helped me start to accept who I am and when I have a bad day I will look at it to inspire me...thanks
I am 18 years old, 32D bra size. I started developing around 14. I only became self conscious of my breasts when I turned 16 and started to notice different celebrities or models who have really perky breasts and small nipples. It made me realize that my boobs do sag a little and I have very large areolas, I had become very self conscious. Your website has really helped me to understand that normal boobs come in all shapes and sizes and that every woman should embrace her body. I believe this website is very important and should be known by more young girls, who feel the pressure to have the "perfect body image" that society wants them to have. Thank you!
I think this page is great. I am 18. I am a 36B and am very self-consious of my breast. Small breasts run on my mom's side of the family. I never liked my breasts for the fact the are small, pointed, and have stretch marks..... but now seeing all these real breasts makes me love mine a little more thank you :)
I hate my breasts with a passion. I admire all of the women on the website who have taken photos of their breasts. Looking at all of the pictures I have realised that my breasts are unique and are not small but petite and suite my frame. Thankyou for making this site. It has helped me overcome my hate for my body :)
I'm 17 and this made me feel less self conscious. Thank you to the women of this site. I now feel much more appreciative of my 38 C breasts, I realize that the slight sagging is normal, and other girl's chest also looks more or less like mine.
I have had breast enhancement surgery years ago (I'm 39 now) and while doing research I really wish I would have had a site like this to look at. I still would have had my operation and would never regret doing so but having access to a site like this would have made me feel a lot better about my natural self. You only see breasts in mags and movies, not real women and this is problem. One of the best ideas anyone could have come up with. I only have one thing to say about one of the comments on your pages - one lady said her nipple piercing changed the size of her breast - I do not see how that is true and do not want anyone misunderstanding - I am a professional tattooist and piercer and the nipple piercing DOES NOT cange the shape of your breast - the jewelry can give you the illusion of a slightly bigger breast and in many cases being different due to piercing women feel better about their breast but it does not physically change the shape of it.
I will be very honest and nice about the women on this site. My wife is a 40C cup but her aerolas are small. I love my wife with all my heart; but I think large aerolas are beautiful and women should not be ashamed of them. God made women beautiful to look at. Men are just masculine and have a lot more to be ashamed of than women. Thanks and ladies please be proud of what God gave you.
Hi, I never realized how self conscious women were about their breasts and how much they suffer because of society's expectations or because of the media. Also we really live in a truly repressive society sexually and in so many other ways, how truly sad. I am very happy that your site has helped some women better accept themselves the way they are; that is truly a gift. The part about male breast feeding was fascinating and remain a serious taboo in our society as in the rest of the world and that needs to change.
dr nick fennelli
Thank you very much for this website!
I didn't really feel comfortable with my boobs... but now when I've seen how different they can look even as normal I feel more happy about mine, and my husband loves them! =)
Ladies, I stumbled on this site by accident and was amazed at the variations I saw, having only had 3 intimate relationships in my 70+ years, then I came to realise you all have different and unique faces, so why shouldn't your breasts be unique?
I cannot understand the slavish observance to the media fashions regarding breast standards.
For instance, looking at the galleries I notice almost all the photographs show a good deal of separation between nipples, when did someone decide that artificially squeezing a 'cleavage' is an acceptable appearance?
Must be less than comfortable.
Thanks, my boobs arent that bad, I mean I've been looking at this site for about 5 hours now looking at mine and then at the pictures and I'm not perfect but I'm perfectly happy with my ladies!
I came across this site after one particular tearful night - I have a very awkward pair of boobs - one is almost two cup sizes larger than the other. My body is fine, otherwise, I've an hourlass figure I'm proud of, and I like my bum, too. However, having a B boob and a D boob, I get quite self conscious about the way I look. I'm 21 years old and have considered surgery to align them, but eventually gave up on the idea. I wear a happy medium bra - a 36C, but it makes my bigger boob ache and doesn't properly support my smaller one.
This site, however, has made me a hundred times more confident. My boyfriend never comments on the difference, or makes fun of me for them, and I realised that the only person who thinks I'm abnormal is me! Thanks so much for this project, it's really opened my eyes and made me realise that I'm not the only one who doesn't have 'celebrity' boobs! I'd recommend this to all my girlfriends who have worries about their shape and size!
How informative that so many women are not happy with their breasts! Too small, too saggy, nipples too big, nipples pointing the 'wrong' way, different sizes, etc. Also, many have exactly the kind of breasts others wish for, but they also wish for something different than what they have! It's more of a statement about the false expectation of beauty our society puts on people than about the people themselves.
From this man's view, I am much more impressed seeing a woman who holds her posture erect, head high, who is confident, warm and genuine. All the other worries are just a meaningless waste.
I appreciate this site for being informative, honest, and confidence building!
I think your site is very informative and also kind of intriguing. I never really thought about natural breasts as not perky or large as most of the women I have seen are one or both. Thank you for the information you provide and keep it up, it is very informative to us idiots.
I'm 14 years old (almost 15), and my breasts just started growing, I don't know, a year ago. All my friends seem very comfortable with themselves and are even comfortable enough to say, go skinny dipping in other people's pools. Of course I'm never around then or when they change in front of me I don't sit there and stare, so I haven't actually seen anyone else breasts. I have always been jealous of their confidence. I think I'm an A cup, (I've never been properly fitted) and haven't shopped for bras since I first got one (from the kids section) and it's a 32A. But I don't really care about my size, I'm actually only uncomfortable with my nipples witch are either flat or inverted I'm not sure. Your gallery helped me so much, I'm not completely confident (due to being a teenager with emotional problems) but I do feel a lot better about myself thank you.
I think women and teens should love the breasts that they have. People should love them for what they are and not to change them. As a man, I love every shape size of a woman breasts. I don't mind if they're are big or small. Women and teens out there, love your body God gave you.
I had never felt the relief from any heart destroying problem that is capable of making one mental or commit suicide than the day I stumbled into this site while trying to study about breast cancers. Many a time we worry about irrelevant things out of inexperience for what others pass through in life, but I have come to know that I need not kill myself over a pair of shoes when others have no legs.
'Maria', you are one in a million person in the world. I know you are a great counsellor, keep it up you are doing a great job of saving lives.
I came across this website by accident - and though never had any continuous issues of confidence regarding my breasts (I am a 38 GG-british sizing) - like most women I have hated them from time to time. Your website has made me realise -even more than I already did -that there is no such thing as 'normal' in the media hyped sense -and that indeed my boobs are actually very nice -thankyou -for my 45 yrs and 5 children later-in fact they are quite possibly my best feature and I love them. I intend to tell my daughter -and sisters and neices about this site -as let's face it -how often do we actually get to see REAL boobs??? They are hidden under clothes and in bras and don't tend to come out in public. Therefore it is possible for the media to market their total rubbish about the perfect breasts and us ladies fall for it hook, line, and sinker, because we all too often have nothing to compare our own with. A fabulous site -keep up the good work!!!!
Ladies and girls, I am 11 and I am already a 34A. I look at skinny girls in my grade and I just am so jealous. They are flat. A few girls in my grade have the same size as me but I definately have the ugliest body. But I am getting through that enjoying my life and ignoring the fact that I have bigger breasts than I should. They are just extra layers of skin and fat anyway. Sincerely,
Ladies, please remember what your breasts are foremost designed to do...they are to feed your babies first, they are to be admired and touched by men second. Do not lose sight of that reality. You are all beautiful!!!
Wonderful site! Some of the comments made me want to cry with recognition and empathy. I am a 34DDD or 34E and my breasts have not been "perky" since age 11 or 12. I have had a lot of stretch marks since age 13 or 14.
Oh how I wish this site had been around when I was a teenager. Thank you for doing this.
You have a wonderful web site. I was one of the early developing girls and I am (at age 43) an E cup. I have been conflicted more years than I care to count over my breasts. Alternating between hating and loving them. It wasn't until my 40's that I began to accept my breasts. I wish this web site had been available when I was going thru puberty. Seeing breasts as natural instead of sexual is very good for all women. Thank you.
Hello, my friend showed me your site when I commented on how "unnatural" my breasts were. Turns out, they're normal. I have big boobs and to me they look saggy. I always hated and the shape and used to think of getting surgery to "fix" that. I get really worried that if I meet a guy and he sees my boobs he won't like them.
Anyways, I just wanted to say this site helped alot. I'm not so harsh on my boobs anymore. :D
Ladies, Girls, I've led a long life, married 3 times, once to a textbook barbie type, once to a lady who weighed over 300 lbs, and the last somewhere in between. I just want to say, do NOT be ashamed of your body. Any man who truly loves you will love whatever body you have. If he puts you down or rejects you because of your body, HE has a problem, not you, and you are better off without him. Just my 2 cents worth.
I'm 35. I have always hated my breasts. I have a difficult time showing them to anyone in any context. I feel somewhat better after coming across this website. Thank you.
I must admit to finding this site by accident. I am a middle age man who views life in many dimensions. All my life, I've described as sensitive and concerned about the feeling women. Though married for many years, during my lifetime, I've dated a few women when single. What I found attractive about many of them had less to do with body parts, size or weight. It had more to do with their ability to communicate, personality, common interest, compatibility, knowledge and education and of last sexuality. Personally, my ideal woman has never been limited a by body type, or breast size. Im not sure, but I believe a man must have invented some the devices that restrict women, such as the bra, the girdle, and pantyhose. All are designed to tell women what makes them attractive. Women in the magazine and TV ads are not average women. They are idealized images of what society tells us how women should look to be considered attractive or beautiful.
Many years ago, while in college, I dated a young woman who was self-conscious about her small breast size. I saw her as attractive, beautiful, intelligent, interesting, and sensitive with a big heart and companion for people. She was then and still is a wonderful woman. I remember my many failed attempts to reassure her to no end that she should not be concerned about the size of her breasts. Out of frustration, I asked her directly, has any man ever asked you for some breast? She laughed so hard that I still remember the expression on her face. What she had to offer came more from inside than her perceived breast related deficiencies. What she is was far more important than the size of her breast.
My ideal woman has never been limited to one particular body type, or breast size. Like men, women come in all shapes and sizes, and a woman's most attractive feature is self-confidence. Some of the comments I've read by women in their 50s, 60s, and 70s on this site are very inspiring. Their self-confidence has allowed them to enjoy lasting relationships with husbands, partners, and children while I'm sure addressing more important concerns during their lives.
We should all say, Bless them all; bless them all, the long and the short and the tall. Bless all the women of all shapes and sizes with good health, fulfilling relationships, healthy and happy children, and the ability to realize their individual dreams, whatever they may be. Remember, your cup size, shape or weight should never determine totally how you see yourselves.
Thank you for this site. I am 26 and I never had the perky breasts I see in magazines. I feel much more confident, my husband asks me why do I hide them from him. I will not anymore thanks again.
I'm 30. My left breast is extremely larger than the right side. I have two children. I have never been happy with my breasts so I was very happy to see this site. I was a 36 B but have gone to a 38 C since falling pregnant. I had never been pregnant before and now since my pregnancy my nipples have gotten a lot bigger! I have been on birth control several times since my teens this always used to cause an increase in my cup size but never made my nipples get bigger. At the moment my breasts ache constantly and the nipples are very tender and sore.
The size and shape of the female breasts are not important. It's the person they're attached to that matters.
I thank God for this site. I'm 32 and I've always been self-conscious about my breasts because I thought they sagged.
In high school, I was a 36 C and now after children and weightgain I'm about a 38D. But, after getting married and seeing how they satisfy my husband and how efficiently they've feed 3 children so far, I'm extremely thankful.
Seeing this site really makes me know just how normal I am and gives me a lot to be thankful for. They're a nice size, they're basically symmetrical, nice nipples, hey I can't complain. My girls may not be featured in the latest video, but I thank God that I've had no problems with them and they're a blessing to me.
Realizing the deceit of the media made me decide to educate my girls about the beauty of natural breasts when they come of age. For now, I've got a little time since they're only 4 and 1.
Thank you guys!
I'm a guy and I'm happy with the work you've done here allowing real people to show everyone what real breasts look like. This I believe will curb the lies the media use to brainwash people into not accepting themselves as they are. I hope more that the ladies would come to peace with the shape, orientation and size of their natural breasts and learn to love them so. That would help all of us a lot because unless the ladies see and accept the beauties of their features, they possibly will never believe it when we tell them how beautiful we think they are.
I came upon this website while doing research on mothers nursing babies. As an artist and hoping to do a series of paintings on that subject, I find that the majority of women are too hard on theirselves when it comes to size and symmetry of their breasts. That's a shame as I don't think most men feel that way. Some men like large breasts, some men like small breasts, if he doesn't appreciate what God gave you, you don't need him. Breast augmentation should only be done if there is a deformity. All breasts are beautiful as is the female body. If men didn't love the female body, the human race would have died out centuries ago. Love yourselves, ladies. Don
Wow, with one click I found your site and I can't believe how good my breasts are! I've known for a while that my poor body image (esp. about my breasts) was not logical or probably even warranted, but mostly it's been caused by the fact that the media only shows "the best" breasts. I've always wondered what the normal, natural range of breasts was, but I wasn't going to wander around locker rooms or anything like that. I didn't even consider that there would actually be a natural, normal and NOT-perfect breast site.
Bless you, I think everyone should see your site at some point in their lives.
I just finished breast feeding my daughter, and I was feeling so bad about my breasts that I tried to find a "cure" online by looking for something I could wear that would make my breast appear beautiful. But after seeing what is real I am happy with mine. I wouldn't change them they are a part of me. Thank you sooo much I am going to share this website with my friends!!!!!
I love your site! I have always been uncomfortable with my B-cup sized breasts (I guess I'm lucky to have any cleavage at all!) but after seeing this site it has made me a bit more comfortable with them. Also, I am obese and I am pear shaped so I tend to think that makes my boobs look even smaller. I also just had a thought that if you could make cup size categories just so women can see how different breasts are at different cup sizes might help with other women's self esteem as well. Thanks so much for this site!
The problem with cup sizes is, first of all not all women know theirs accurately. Second, judging from pictures won't be accurate either. Third, the cup size varies according to band size. 32A breasts are not the same size as 36A breasts. It just isn't quite "linear".
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