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.
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The volume of the cups in these bras is the same, i.e. they hold the same amount of “breast”, however a bra with a 34 band is larger than a bra with a 32 band. Band size is the most important part of a bra as it is responsible for carrying most of the weight of the breasts. Bands should be snug, but not really tight. A loose band is a no-no. Get the band size right first, then work out the cup size.
That’s because bras try to work to a standardised notion of size and shape and breasts just don’t conform to that. It’s also because 80% of people are not wearing the right sized bra. And there’s no international standard for bra sizes, which vary from country to country.
There’s nothing about having inverted nipples that’s to be ashamed of. Around 10% of people have inverted nipples, and when you include flat nipples as well you’re looking at upwards of 30% of people. So you’re not alone and what your nipples look like is very common. There’s no need for it to stop your life - you’re fine!
Sigh, it’s so tiring when anons decide to be oh-so-helpful with their pointless criticism. I usually ignore them, but sometimes, and against my better judgement I feel the need to reply. So, dear anon, let me state for the record:
1. I am not a bra fitting expert and have never professed to be. I get professionally fitted by someone who knows what they are doing and always advise others do the same.
2. In spite of what many people think the USA isn’t the centre of the universe. I do not live in the USA. I haven’t a clue what stores to recommend. I do know however from what many other people have said that VS is not the place to expect an expert fitting service.
3. The post was directed at me and anyone else visiting my blog who could offer advice. I didn’t feel I had anything worthwhile to add to the discussion so I kept quiet.
4. You were quick to criticise me and yet offered no suggestions yourself. In my book that makes you a hypocrite. You’d do well to pay attention to point 3 above.
There’s nothing wrong with having erect nipples, but if they are uncomfortable sensitive, and if you want to avoid the attention of people staring at your breasts (staring because they like what they see, but at 14 that could be pretty inappropriate), then maybe you need to look into strategies to keep that from happening. Maybe invest in different bras, with padding or firm cups. Or if friction on your nipples is uncomfortable, regardless of what you’re wearing, then maybe look into getting yourself some stick on nipple covers.
My guess is that your nipples will always be sensitive. But hey if they feel good then that’s a good thing you’ll definitely come to enjoy.