This blog is by people with breasts, for people with breasts. This blog is inclusive of all people with breasts, regardless of gender. It celebrates the beautiful diversity of breasts, of all sizes, shapes, colours, ages and races. Breasts are such an important and integral part of what makes us feel beautiful and sexual. By showing how all breasts are different, and uniquely special, we will be able to challenge the beliefs around what makes breasts beautiful. There is no single standard for breast beauty! By sharing photos we are demonstrating how every breast is different, and in turn, we will be able to help people with breasts feel better about themselves, improve self-esteem, and show that yes, you are normal.
NOTE: This blog shows photos depicting nudity in a non-sexual setting, and contains written content with adult themes. Photo submissions showing nudity are to be from people 18+ only.
I already have a small group of people participating in my study, but really I’d like as many as I can to make the results significant.
Would you be willing to confidentially photograph your vulva every day of your cycle, and write a short diary entry documenting any changes? Are you not on the pill or other hormonal birth control? Do you menstruate?
If this is you, then please write to my Large Labia Project email address - firstname.lastname@example.org - and I’ll tell you everything you need to know to participate.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Thanks for writing. It sounds like your breasts could look a bit liek these. Do they have a shape something like this?
If you’ve been busy Googling different breast shapes then you might come across terms like tubular or tuberous breasts. Most of that will be coming from cosmetic surgeon’s websites. If you think that’s you, then my advice is not to buy into the very biased and misleading information that you’ll see on those sites. It’s designed to make you think you have a medical problem, using negative and pejorative terms like “deformity”. Their objective is to make as much money as possible by convincing normal beautiful people like yourself to pay for expensive and unnecessary surgery. How? By trying to make otherwise normal anatomy into some pathological (diseased) problem. Breasts like these are just as beautiful as any other.
And for the record, I think that puffy nipples (areolae) are some of the sexiest things on the planet. And I’m not alone - millions agree with me. I don’t like to refer to porn as good gauge of attractiveness and desirability, but just Google “puffy nipples” and you’ll get a feel for how much guys really do like boobs like yours. There’s nothing wrong with them at all, and they are really beautiful. I’ve always been envious of people lucky enough to have them. And I love my boobs! That might not make you feel any better of course. Hopefully realising that you’re normal and attractive.
I hope this has helped in some small way.
Hi! I’m a 17 years old girl and a big fan of your work. I don’t really have problems with my breasts. Two years ago I’d wish they were larger, but now they seem perfect and gorgeous to me.
Anyway you have helped me a lot with my labia. I was so ashamed and I had such a low self esteem but since I found you my self esteem have grown so much. I think that my vulva is extremely cute and I’m no longer ashamed. I have even gone to nudist beaches without a problem! Hahaha.
Thank you so so so so much. You changed the life of thousands of women, including my self.
Well, I found this models, camdamage.tumblr.com and ohvex.tumblr.com. Their breasts don’t fit in the “perfect stereotype” so I think lots women will find it helpful seeing that they are seen as beautiful and that they even work as models! I don’t know if this is going to be helpful but I think you’ll like to see their blogs.
Thanks a lot and sorry for my English.
Hey thanks for writing, and don’t worry, your English is fine.
I’m so glad that you’re feeling much more confident about your body and I’m proud that my blogs have been a help. Hey I applaud your venture into nudism. I don’t think I’d have been comfortable doing that as a teenager, but I have been nude and topless on beaches many times as an adult and it’s very liberating and natural. I think if more people walked around naked there would be far less anxiety about our bodies and the world would be a much better place!
I’ve been involved in the modeling business before, and I know a lot of girls who are currently models. I can assure you 100% that while there are a lot of ridiculous body ideals, and harmful pressures on models in the fashion industry, models and photographers who do art-nude work are far more likely to embrace body diversity, and you’ll see boobs and bodies of all shapes and sizes.
Thanks for taking the time to write, for your kind words and message of positivity. You’re the best :)
That’s an easy one. It’s because you’re normal. Most nipples are fairly flat and many generally site flush against the breast, only protruding when they are erect from cold, arousal etc. You don’t need to feel self-conscious because you’re totally normal.
Oh you made my day, but you really don’t want me as a hero :) The really good thing about smaller breasts is that they are so beautifully awesome - because they are breasts. Size doesn’t matter. All boobs are magical, wonderful things. I hope you can grow to really love yours regardless of your cup size. I have no doubt at all that they are stunning and perfect in every way. Thanks for writing :D
Before you go any further down the path of surgery, you owe it to yourself to talk to a psychologist about how you see your body. Investing 50 minutes of your time in doing this could really help you. It’s not healthy to be thinking that way about your body. It doesn’t mean you’re crazy to see a psychologist or mental health professional. It’s just that they may be able to help you see things more clearly, and help give you better strategies to deal with your self-image other than resorting to surgery.
In 2013 in the USA, there were 3,325 breast augmentation procedures performed on women under 18 years of age. 51.3% were for purely cosmetic reasons. Source: www.surgery.org
I’m planning a research project to look at changes in vulvar appearance throughout the menstrual cycle. There’s little research that I can find which discusses changes in vulvar appearance, coloration, labial size etc across the cycle.
I’m looking for participants who:
- will commit to photographing their vulva every day throughout their menstrual cycle (i.e. for a whole month)
- who can provide clear, large, well lit and detailed photos. A good quality camera / phone is necessary.
- will commit to writing a short diary entry every day to describe any changes that they notice in their vulva.
- are NOT taking the pill, or using other hormonal birth control (implants, injections, vaginal rings, IUDs etc). You need to ovulate.
- are over 18 years of age.
All participants will be 100% anonymous with your privacy guaranteed. I will compile the visual and written results and publish the findings on the Large Labia Project when complete.
If you are interested in participating, or know someone who may be, or would like more information about what’s involved, please write to me at email@example.com.
Most people have some degree of asymmetry. That’s pretty much the normal state. I’ll soon be publishing the results of my recent survey into breast size and appearance and will be able to give you a better idea then. My gut feel is that a difference of 2 cup sizes is at the larger end of the scale, but you don’t have a deformity.
Padding is a good way to make clothes fit better. Given that asymmetry is the more common way for breasts to be it’s a shame that clothing and bra manufacturers don’t recognise it and cater for what people with breasts actually need.
There’s no reason to feel self-conscious about what guys say. Were they negative comments, or were they just mentioning it? I can’t imagine it stopped them, ah, playing with them lol. If guys are ever being dicks, and saying negative things, then kick them out, and comment on their balls being uneven sizes (which by the way, is the norm too).