Our Breasts

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.


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Email Submission:22, 40D? These are my breasts and I feel like I will never be comfortable with them. I hate everything about them. Their size, asymmetry, my areolae, the way they point out, the way they sag. Everything. Even though my boyfriend says he loves them, I hate them. I don’t even think they look like boobs. Just some weird saggy fat. I hate them and really wish I had watched my weight as a child as I believe this is a major contributing factor.”

Email Submission:Hiya Emma! I am 19 and these are my breasts. I am a 34D and am fairly happy with the appearance of my breasts though I do not like my nipples! One is a slightly different shape from the other which used to irritate me! I thought it resembled crossed-eyes! Not only that, but I have quite bad stretch marks on the underside of my breasts that won’t go away and trust me I have tried everything!

But you know what, I don’t care any more! If anyone doesn’t like my appearance then they can quite simply stop looking at me! 

I thought I would just share my breasts with the internet in case anyone else has the same insecurity as me, and I can only hope that like me, you get over these silly thoughts!
All I can say is thank you so much Emma for the work you do, as it has benefited me and I would imagine so many others! Your Large Labia Project has definitely saved me from splurging on surgery as I have grown to accept myself! I owe you so, so much for what you have done.”

Email Submission:This is a little bit scary to do this but here I am, sending you my breast, I’m a 18 years old french girl so sorry for my English and here are my 85D (French size) I think it’s something like 32D.

I’ve always, and still do, hated my breast. they started to developed so early, at nine years old. I think they are too big, stretch marks and most off all, really really really too saggy.

I almost cry every day looking at them, I just wish I could have some little pretty perky boobs. My boyfriend always tells me “I don’t understand what’s wrong, your breast are amazing and I love them” but it doesn’t make me feel any better, I’m just so so shame of it. I sometimes wear bra during sex, it’s horrible to be such self-conscious.

But because of this site, I’m starting to love them. I love my nipples, they are so sensitive, and my breast doesn’t look that bad when I’m lying down.

I’m submitting because I hope it will make me feel a little bit better and help other women like me. I’m so glad I’ve found your blog. Thank you so much for what your doing, you’re amazing xx”

Email Submission: “Hi, Emma, I’m 18, from Brazil and a 36D (not sure though, the system here is different and i don’t know if I took the measurements right).

I decided to send the pictures because I’m really trying to feel more confident about myself, and I thought it could help.

I feel so insecure about my breasts, I never change clothes in front of anyone because I’m too self-conscious. Even in front of doctors, I freak out and start thinking that there is something wrong about me. I don’t want to feel like that anymore, I just want to love myself.

This website is really helping me, and I hope that with time, I’ll gain more confidence.”

Email Submission: “Hey! I’m 23, and have no children. My breasts are a little droopy, a little low-hanging, and I have bumps all over my nipples. [Montgomery glands - Emma] I know they’re normal and I know other women have them, but I so rarely see them that mine make me self-conscious. I used to hate them, but I’ve learned to accept them. Sometimes I pick at them - I know you’re not supposed to - and you can see evidence of that in the photos. I wear a B/C cup but I am right between sizes.

My nipples have extra holes on the sides because they used to be pierced! This is what they look like after years with no jewelry.

My tummy is a little pudgy and I used to dislike that as well, but who really cares? Whether I have a 6-pack or add on more soft flesh, I will still be a soft, cuddleable, wonderful woman! That’s what matters - that, and my happiness. So, enjoy everyone!

And if you have the little bumps on your areolae, please don’t feel bad about them like I did. They’re cute. My boyfriends have said that they’re like extra little cute nipples or like little special dots that make me unique.”

Asker Anonymous Asks:
This blog has really helped me accept my asymmetrical, stretch marked covered boobs with oval nipples. Thank you
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

I’m really glad. Just wait til the survey results are published in a month or so and you’ll be able to see in black and white how varied and utterly normal all of our different bits and pieces are :)

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hi, I have 32DD-DDD breasts and I've always had a problem with them. How can I start loving them more? Thank you.
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

That’s going to be a very personal thing, and depend entirely on what your problem with them is.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hi I have like little dots haha or pinkish freckles on my nipples but the are small like the size of a tip of a ballpoint pen is this normal I have 3-4 on each nipple?
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

If you’re referring to your areolae then the dots are Montgomery glands. Perfectly normal and pretty important little things. If it’s on your nipple it could be a few things, but most likely they are blocked pores. Like a pimple.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
My nipples are almost never hard unless it's cold, I know your nipples are supposed to be hard when you umm horny but when I ahh you know masturbate they aren't hard is this normal, why aren't the hard?
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

No everyone gets nipple erections. Some people have ones that are very sensitive, some not. Everyone is different. Don’t worry about it. You’re normal.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hi I am 14 and I have 10D-10DD boobs, which aren't small especially for my age but I'm scared they won't grow anymore, what age do your boobs stop growing? :)
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Breasts can stop growing at any age, up to your early 20s. They can stop growing and start up again too. I don’t understand why you’re scared. What’s wrong with 10DDs? Why do they need to be any bigger? Don’t worry about your breast size, whatever they end up being, because they will be perfect for you. 

Asker Anonymous Asks:
a person that i will potentially have sex with told me that they have a specific thing for nipples and i instantly felt self conscious because i have flat nipples. now i am extremely hesitant to show them my breasts. they only come up when its gets cold or if they are touched and sometimes when i touch them they dont come up with all. i have showed nude pictures to him before but i made sure to to capture a moment when they were erect and i feel like he will be disappointed with the real deal
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Ok think of it this way, if you’re going to be having sex with him, chances are your nipples are going to be erect. If you’re sending him naked selfies then chances are you were feeling horny doing it. Nipple erections when you’re aroused is fairly common, so I don’t imagine he’s going to be disappointed. And for that matter, if he he’s going to be upset with flat nipples, that’s his problem, not yours.

You are normal. In fact a preliminary result from my breast survey shows that almost exactly 50% of people have flat or shy nipples, and 10% have inverted nipples. That leave 40% who have “outie” nipples. If he’s got a such “thing” for nipples that it would make him reject a girl because they have ones that don’t match his ideals, man is he in for a rude shock!

I wouldn’t worry, seriously, you’re fine.

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
My sister has big breasts. do you think I will ?
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

Maybe, maybe not. Genes are funny things and sisters won’t necessarily look the same. But whether you have big breasts or small, it does’t matter, because your breasts will be beautiful and part of you, and I’m guessing that you’re pretty wonderful.

Emma

Asker Anonymous Asks:
My breasts feel a little different to each other although they're fairly symmetrical. My left breast is a bit squishier. The skin on my right areola is a bit rougher too.
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:
Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hey, I was wondering if you knew of anywhere in the UK that sells push up bras or cleavage boosting bras for bigger busted women? I'm an 36FF and I've always had big boobs but I don't feel my cleavage has ever been flattering or as prominent as I would like it to be, it seems bra manufacturers think bigger busted women don't need the help when in all honesty, we'd like it! I know I should love my boobs the way they are, and I do but I would like a more prominent cleavage! Thank you!
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

No, sorry, try searching online.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
i was looking at the picture of your own boobs, i know they don't look uneven at all but i was just wondering that if you touch your boobs do they feel uneven like does one feels more bulky then the other? my breasts look only slightly uneven but when i touch then they feel very different and asymmetrical
ourbreasts ourbreasts Said:

They are a little uneven, but they feel about the same. How about other site visitors? How about you?

Emma