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.
From what I’ve read you may have what’s called athelia, which is the total absence of the nipple and areolae. If that describes you then there could be other related health issues and you really should see your doctor.
If you have nipples and areolae, but your nipples are kind of inside your breast, known as inverted nipples, then that’s fairly common and nothing to worry about.
Hi Emma, I’m 16 so I can’t submit just yet, but I look forward to doing so in 2 years! ;)
Anyway, I was a super late bloomer (I only started growing boobs last year), and was totally flat chested through out all of middle school. In 6th grade, I was bullied a LOT for being flat chested and it really hurt my self esteem. I thought I was worthless and ugly and that no one would ever like me. Luckily, I met my best friend in 7th grade and she stood up for me and the bullies stopped. But I was still really insecure. It didn’t help that she was drop-dead gorgeous and had DDs in 7th grade. She helped me through the rest of middle school and helped me get through the bulk of my insecurities. If I hadn’t met her, I don’t think I’d be here today. :(
By the middle of freshman year, I had finally accepted my breasts, thanks to my best friend, and also that they actually started growing (they were a 32A by last summer). A lot of people would call 32A “flat,” but I was just grateful that they started growing, I didn’t care that they were smaller than average.
I haven’t gotten my size checked since last summer, which I probably should do soon because I definitely grew. But thanks to your blog, and looking at all the pictures of beautiful small breasts, I’ve grown to love mine! They are awesome and I no longer worry what people will think when they see my breasts. I’ve never shown them to anybody–just because before I was too scared, and since then I just haven’t had the opportunity–but I kinda look forward to sharing them with someone, because they’re cute and sexy and I’m proud of them.
Thank you so so so so much for this blog. It really helped me finally love my breasts. And it helped me realize that not all breasts are huge globes of perfection. Everyone’s breasts are different and beautiful and unique! And that’s what makes them each so special.
Why does it matter what men would think?
Oh that’s right, I forgot, we live in a sexist rape-culture, so to help men control their urges women need to be deprived (self-deprived or imposed) of the same rights that men enjoy.
Here’s an idea, instead of people with breasts having to make excuses for the sexism we have to suffer, how about men start accepting some responsibility, self-control and showing some respect?
Most men do control themselves and it’s a relatively small number of criminals who don’t. But all men enjoy the benefits of the sexist culture they live in (knowingly or otherwise). Women are regarded as being a “pair of tits and a cunt on legs” whether they are naked or dressed. Having the equal right to expose ones nipples isn’t going to change that. This isn’t about men. It’s about equal rights for people with breasts.
I’m just going to ask you some questions for now:
- What’s wrong with puffy areolae?
- Why do you hate them so much?
- Why do you think you feel that way?
- What influences are driving your hatred for your breasts?
- Are those influences valid?
- If someone said something about them in the past, would you take their advice or consider their opinion valid for anything else in your life? eg financial advice?
- Appearance aside, how do they feel?
- What’s more important, how they feel or how they look?
- Who defines what is beautiful about breasts, nipples and areolae?
- Do they have the right to do that?
I’d really like you to think about this and reply if you’re able.
If a guy gets hard looking at a topless woman that’s his problem, not hers. If a man can’t control his urges then he needs to see a psychiatrist. Nipples are nipples, regardless of gender.
You’re so wrong; breasts are no more sexual organs than earlobes. They are there to feed babies. They are heavily sexualised (by sexist society), and yes they are erogenous, but so are other non-obscene and readily visible parts of the body, like those earlobes. By your logic mouths are sexual organs too. Have you ever sucked on a partner’s genitals? Ever talked dirty? Should we all be wearing gags? Male nipples are just as erogenous as female, and yet it’s generally ok for a guy to expose his, show them on Facebook etc, but for some reason women’s are obscene. Why? Why is it acceptable to show every other square cm of female breast skin but not the areolae and nipple? Why are they obscene? Why do we need protection from them? Are they dangerous? Is it because men can’t control their penises and their sexual and/or violent urges?
If people don’t want to show their breasts or any part of their body, then great. That’s their right. But why isn’t it equally other people’s right to walk down the street with their breasts out? I’m not saying that people of any gender should go topless, and there are practical reasons not to, but I absolutely support their right to do so. If it’s socially acceptable for a man to take off his shirt on a hot day why can’t a woman? It defies all logic. Anywhere and any time that it’s acceptable for a man to expose his nipples is equally appropriate for a woman to do it too.
FYI most local authorities controlling beaches in Australia either allow it outright or tolerate it without drama. In most places throughout Europe this is totally a non-issue, as Europeans in general are far broader-minded when it comes to bodies and nudity. It’s legal to be topless in Canada. And FYI it’s legal in many cities throughout the US, including New York City for a woman to walk down the street topless. But yet the social stigma remains.
Frankly after running my blogs for a couple of years I am seriously becoming an advocate of nudism. If we all just walked around naked all this body shaming paranoia and damaging anxiety about whether this is too big?, or is this too small?, or is this too droopy?, or what will teen boys think?, or am I abnormal? would all go away. We could see each other for the skin machines that we are and get on with being decent human beings and interact on a person-to-person level without all the bullshit hang ups about our bodies.
And you know what, if that does happen your breasts will still be the beautiful, sexual, sensual, fun, feminine and wonderful things that they are now. Because quite frankly all boobs are awesome and unique.
That’s how it works for me! If I put any weight on it’s all bum, thighs and belly. If I lose it, it’s from my boobs lol. In reality it’s a bit more evenly spread, but yes, breast size can and does fluctuate with weight changes.