Dating sites that ask about breast size
"I went through puberty super early; I was already a D-cup by the fourth grade.
I developed before all the other girls in my class, and middle-school boys were really mean about it. They don’t realize that it's wrong because they’re so young.
As you become pregnant and then nurse and then you’re not [nursing] and then you’re pregnant again and you’re nursing again, your breasts go through major transformations.
And, it's all wonderful and all good, but [your breasts] become different to you as your life goes on." "I have a love-hate relationship with my breasts. I do love them a lot; I feel like [they] make me who I am...because I’m a curvy girl, obviously.
I called maybe 12 different facilities telling them that I had found a lump and I was unsure about it. In June, when they removed my breast, a total of five masses were completely positive with DCIS, and one area had metastasized into invasive cancer, which could have spread into my lungs, liver, and blood through my lymph nodes. I had come out to her just before we began dating again... New Order's 'Temptation' came on, and she stuck her hand up my shirt and touched my budding, sensitive breasts for the first time.
Hopefully, someday they’ll be feeding my children, and when I’m old they’ll be hanging out around my waistline and no one will look at them twice.
I don’t show them off much, but when I do, I go all out: push-up bra and low neckline. The interactions I have change significantly (read: lots more free drinks).
What about breast augmentation, currently the second most common plastic surgery performed in the U. Most women think about all of these questions at some point in their lives.
Should women revel in the attention and free drinks that a low-cut top can bring, or should they practice modesty and cover up?
If I didn’t have boobs, it would look a little awkward.