This blog is about breasts. It celebrates the beautiful diversity of breasts, of all sizes, shapes, colours, ages and races. 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 and all breasts are amazing. This blog aims to help people with breasts feel better about themselves, improve self-esteem, and show that they are normal.
This blog is inclusive of all cisgender women and trans* people with breasts, regardless of race, age or sexual preference.
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.
WARNING: If you have a blog that mainly contains and reblogs porn, DO NOT FOLLOW this blog and DO NOT REBLOG any posts from it. Otherwise you will be blocked and reported for harassment.
Then please help me to help others too.
Lately I’m finding that I’m not able to spend enough time on my blogs - posting contributions, editing photos to to endure privacy, researching answers to questions and responding to the many emails and private messages I receive asking for my help, on top of the surveys and general research that I do. That all consumes a huge amount of my time - many hours per week - which of course I’m very happy to devote.
But I feel as though recent contributors to my sites are getting a raw deal from me and I’m letting them down, simply because I don’t have enough time. I’m passionate about helping so it’s heartbreaking to think some people aren’t getting the attention, advice, or simply some kind words of encouragement, that they need.
So I’ve decided to reduce my hours at work (I actually have a proper job and I’m not a full-time blogger!) to spend more time to running my sites.
But to do that I’m going to have to ask for your kind financial support through donations.
The work that I’m doing through my sites is important, and I would ideally be able to spend a whole lot more time taking care of them. But a girl’s still gotta eat! So I’m asking you to help me to help you, and other people who are suffering from body image problems about their breasts and labia. If you or people that you care about have personally benefited from my sites, then please seriously consider helping to fund them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can make a donation through GoFundMe.
The alternative is that I’ll have to reduce the number of responses I give, or change the nature of the sites completely to be “contributions only”, with no Q&A at all - something I’d hate to see happen. So please help me out and if you can make a donation, it will be for the benefit of many, and I’ll be very grateful.
Your breasts look like a 15 year old’s. Breasts have a huge range of appearances regardless of age. I don’t know of any way of giving them a lift other than with a bra, but my best suggestion is to try to accept yourself as you are. Familiairising yourself with the range of “normal” can help - that’s what this site is about.
You might be a bit ahead of the curve, but teenagers’ bodies develop throughout puberty at different rates, with some earlier than others. And breasts can be all different sizes and shapes. It’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Teens are often insecure and will find something to fret about, whether it’s worrying that you breasts are too big, or very commonly whether they are too small. The thing is, everyone’s different, and nobody’s breasts are better or worse than the next person’s.
You’re fine. But I would recommend that you get properly fitted for bras at least once a year through your teens, especially if the rest of your body is still growing.
I’m running annual surveys into your breasts and labia - size, shape, appearance and your feelings about them. I use the results of these to help answer the questions I’m asked every day, essentially “am I normal?”
The surveys ask you to take physical measurements with a ruler, and answer questions about your breasts and vulvar appearance, sexuality, and feelings about these parts of your body.
Please allow yourself around 30 minutes to complete each survey, and be sure to do this where you will have the comfort and privacy to be naked.
You can do the surveys completely anonymously.
These surveys are inclusive and all people with breasts and labia are eligible to participate. No cisgender males though please.
There is so little research about breasts and especially vulva, so please help me build up some objective knowledge about our breasts and genitals. Everything learned will help to support people who feel insecure about their bodies, and you may learn something about yourself too.
1. The world isn’t limited to the USA. I’m assuming that’s what you’re talking about. Get a dictionary and look up “insular”.
2. This is about social mores (you might want to look that word up too), sexism, equality and misogyny as much as the law. Whether it’s legal to be topless in any given location, and being able to do it without harassment, are two very different things.
3. Female nipples are still subject to censorship in the media and social media e.g. Facebook, unless you’re a nursing mother (recent victory for sanity there). Female nipples are still regarded as obscene. Male nipples aren’t.
I don’t care much for your abusive message. I think the real learning point in all of this is for you. You can leave now and don’t bother coming back. You aren’t welcome.
I’m glad you found your way here. I wish everybody could understand and appreciate body diversity and starting young, with proper structured education about it at school, would be ideal. Unfortunately that’s pretty rare.