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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Maybe they will and maybe they won’t. There’s no way to for me or anyone else to say. My best advice is to not be fixated on the size of your breasts. They are what they are. It doesn’t matter how big they are because all breasts are amazing and beautiful. Small breasts are perfect. I know that a lot of society reveres large breasts, but a good proportion of their owners will tell you large breasts can be a curse. Believe me, you have better things to turn your attention and emotional energy to, so try not to worry about the size of your breasts.
Yes that often happens with hormonal birth control.
There’s an under-representation of coloured breasts on this site, so this is a general invitation to people of all races, but especially people of all ethnic and racial backgrounds, to help address this imbalance. Basically we need to see more breasts of different colours - there’s too much white :)
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My best advice is to get yourself professionally fitted by a specialist (try a smaller lingerie store rather than a big chain like VS). Do it at least yearly, or 6 monthly if your breasts are still growing. There’s more art than science in getting a well-fitted bra, which would need to take into account the standard bra-fitting measurements for band and cup size, but also the shape of your breasts, and the differences between manufacturers, and sizing differences between countries.
But a word of advice - if the band is loose then you’re wearing the wrong size. The band does most of the work in supporting your breasts, so you need to get that right first.
That’s awesome, well done for being brave enough to talk with your friends so openly. Your friends’ initial reaction is understandable; my blogs aren’t conventional! But I’m glad, and grateful, that you’re spreading the word.
Keep following, and go through the archives of both of my blogs, and you’ll see that some people love their breasts and vulva, some are self-conscious about them, but the common connection is that all breasts and vulva are amazing, regardless of size, shape, colour and appearance.
It’s easy as a young teen to be sucked into the misinformation (including cruel jokes and derogatory slang names for them), silly mythology and media propaganda about what breasts and vulvas should look like and how big they should be. You’ll be faced with that every day of your life. Try to keep it in your mind though that your breasts and vulva are now, and will be, perfect in every way and exactly how they should be.
It’s not unheard of for breasts to continue growing in your 20s, so don’t worry about that. Uneven breasts are pretty much the norm, so that’s nothing to worry about either. You’re fine, and there’s no reason to be concerned.
The pigmented skin around your nipples is called the areola (or areolae for both of them). These are really important when breastfeeding because it’s where a baby latches onto - not the nipple itself. The areolae have special glands (Montgomery glands) that secrete oils and scents which act as a GPS system for babies. Plus they look sexy and hot and come in different sizes, shapes (round, oval - vertical and horizontal), and colours (pinks, browns, purples, blacks) and yours sound delightful. Why would you want to make them smaller? And breasts can be close together or far apart. It’s all normal. Your boyfriend is 100% right.
It might be from weight loss, hormone changes especially progesterone and loss of oestrogen, menopause and probbaly other things as well. Why it’s one and not the other, I really don’t know, other than having breast asymmetry is the norm so there may have been different fat and glandular tissue from breast-to-breast to start with.
I’m sorry to hear that you’ve encountered some really insensitive arseholes. That’s the danger of being sexually active at a young age when you’re getting naked with people who don’t have the maturity to understand what normal anatomy is really like, and how their stupid words can be really cutting.
There’s nothing wrong with you. Breast asymmetry is normal, even when you’re talking over a cup size in difference. I appreciate that it’s an annoying pain in the butt, getting bras to fit properly (fit for the C cup and pad out the B cup). Having different coloured nipples and areolae aren’t a problem,and in fact sound really pretty.
The only thing you need to work on is being more selective with the people you are sexual with. I always recommend getting to know and trust the person first, so you greatly lower the risk that you expose yourself to people who just aren’t worth your time. Random hook ups aren’t the way to go.