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12:15 pm: My Savage Breasts
It's official, y'all: my boobs require their own zip code.

There's boob. There's boob-o-rama. And then, apparently, there's me.Collapse )

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From:the_wanlorn
Date:June 15th, 2006 06:22 am (UTC)
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My cup seam has never ever ever lain flat. And that makes me cry because I've been out of pretty-bra-sizes for years. I mean, HELLO. What the fuck am I supposed to wear with a tank top? If my straps are going to be showing, they're going to be damned pretty. Not stupid black or "nude".

Excuse me, I'm going to go weep a little now.

(If I might ask an intensely personal question, what's your cup size? Because I'd love to set up a email chain/something for when you find that site/store that sells PRETTY bras that FIT. And tips for how to do stuff like dance or ride horses or such with out knocking yourself out. I'm a DD, but that's without a flat seam...)
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From:the_wanlorn
Date:June 15th, 2006 06:40 am (UTC)
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AND BY DD I MEAN RIGHT BETWEEN E OR F.

For fuck's sake I was sized by Sizing Lady at Lane Bryant YESTERDAY and was told I was between a D and a DD and JUST BOUGHT OVER A HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF NEW BRAS that...

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I hate bra shopping. And everything. In general.
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From:brown_betty
Date:June 15th, 2006 06:41 am (UTC)
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I can't say I feel your pain, but I sympathize. I looked at my boobs this morning and realized I have stretch marks, without every having had children. This is just from the celebratory party my boobs throw every time my period shows up.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 16th, 2006 08:30 am (UTC)
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This is just from the celebratory party my boobs throw every time my period shows up.

Okay, that made me giggle. Because...yeah.

And that brings up another source of bitterness. Before my period, I get sore breasts. And you'd think that spreading out the retained water would make the whole thing less painful, but it doesn't. It hurts just as much, but over a much larger area. Unfair!

(I feel like I'm picketing, now: "Unfair! Unfair! Boobs unfair to women! Down with bra manufacturers! The people united can never be dressed in steel girders!")
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From:i_smile
Date:June 15th, 2006 07:10 am (UTC)
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Wait, what? Every bra should be made in beige, at least! How is one supposed to wear clothing that's nearly see-through, or really thin cotton shirts, without a beige bra?


I had the same problem re: cups touching the breast bone back when I was trying to deny that I had Bs or Cs. (I like boobs a lot! On other people. I'd much rather be overweight than have boobs above A.) :/ I can only imagine the horror of looking for larger bras that aren't awful, considering the difficulty I've had with finding good bras for what seems like the most common of sizes.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 16th, 2006 08:35 am (UTC)
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How is one supposed to wear clothing that's nearly see-through, or really thin cotton shirts, without a beige bra?

If you have huge boobs, the answer is mostly that you don't. Because the bra I've got on now happens to be beige smooth cup, but it would still show - the girder-and-steel suspension bridge style of bra will show through thin clothes no matter what color it is, and no matter how smooth the cup. There's just too much there there.

Anyway, most women with giant boobs end up wearing circus tents instead of tops, because - well, shirt manufacturers don't believe in the existence of big boobs. So any small, strappy shirt, or tank top, or clinging slip of fabric - anything like that is going to rupture a seam if I try it on.

I like boobs a lot! On other people. I'd much rather be overweight than have boobs above A.

*sympathy* Being over the size you want to be sucks no matter how common your size actually is. Boobs: the source of oppression.

*sulks*
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From:moropus
Date:June 15th, 2006 11:57 am (UTC)
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My boobs are wide and flat. If the diameter of the cup fits my boob, there miles of cloth left over in front. I gave up years ago and only wear cupless sports bras now. And my boobs go way back under my armpit. Bra ladies want to squish that part forward. It doesn't want to be squished forward for the amusement of the bra lady.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 16th, 2006 08:37 am (UTC)
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Sports bras sound like the way to go there, definitely.

It doesn't want to be squished forward for the amusement of the bra lady.

And, okay. I know this is a serious complaint, and I do have sympathy, but I'm also laughing at your phrasing. Because it's true. Boobs are like cats: total minds of their own, and they have no interest in doing what anything - their owner, the bra lady, whoever - tells them.
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From:etcet
Date:June 15th, 2006 12:39 pm (UTC)
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I would recommend bustingout as a place to find both advice and understanding.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 16th, 2006 08:38 am (UTC)
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Ooo, excellent! Thank you!

*points*

*clicks*
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From:snow_lion
Date:June 15th, 2006 03:29 pm (UTC)
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When told I would look good in a corset, I responded that I would buy a corset once Boeing started making them. Everybody got a good laugh. They didn't realize it really wasn't a joke. But they don't know about the industrial bra experience.
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From:edana_ni_emer
Date:June 16th, 2006 04:41 am (UTC)
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Corsets are already just about made by Boeing. :-) The one I've got (and I'm on the small side) has 18 or 22 pieces of spiral-steel boning, three layers of light cotton canvas, and one layer of silk. Plus the steel busk in front and medical-grade lacing. Not for the faint at heart or weak of ribcage.
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From:greensweaterlj
Date:June 15th, 2006 04:48 pm (UTC)
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Oh God. I just - I feel that pain.

I just bought a bra that sort of fit, and guess what, it was washed this weekend and now, I have four breasts. I hate it. And I hate those permanent red marks on my shoulders.

And how people say 'But big breasts are pretty, right?' and I have to go 'Aha ha ha, yeah, except I have striae and they hang and I'm just seventeen.'
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 02:00 am (UTC)
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guess what, it was washed this weekend and now, I have four breasts

Oh, god. I hate that. It's like your breasts got together in the middle of the night and made baby breasts. Unruly baby breasts.

And how people say 'But big breasts are pretty, right?' and I have to go 'Aha ha ha, yeah, except I have striae and they hang and I'm just seventeen.'

Precisely! Big breasts are lovely, as long as you don't have to wear them or take care of them. When they are actually attached to your body, it's kind of a different story.
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From:mzmadmike
Date:June 15th, 2006 11:31 pm (UTC)
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A friend of mine got reduced from a G to a D and is still huge, which isn't helped by the fact that she's a very fit and lean soldier with these radar housings on the front.

And my wife lost quite a bit of weight before entering the military, but is still a 40D with 6 hook bras. Her complaint is finding ones without underwire. Then there's Army sports bras that are nylon lined and don't look like anything I'd want against my skin in any kind of hot environment, but regulations REQUIRE women wear bras, even to sleep in, for some fucked up, antiquated, social-proprietary reason. It probably happened during PT when a stray breeze either fluffed a T shirt or showed erect nipples against fabric, and some general's wife had an "Oh, no! Breastesses is teh evul!" reaction.

I even had a friend who's an officer ask how I'd feel if (Ohhhh, nooooo!) some male leader were to see my wife's boobage should he happen to enter the tent or barracks at night for some duty-related reason?

Her response and mine: If it's duty-related, who gives a shit?

So just imagine those female troops you see on TV, in Iraq or Afghanistan, who are wearing body armor, a heavy cotton shirt, a cotton T shirt, and a bra.

Because if someone checks and they aren't, they could be punished.

And my wife's bras generally look like something I'd transport ammo in. Though she does have a few nice ones. I'll ask if she'll post where she gets them.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 02:10 am (UTC)
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You know, until you posted this comment (and thank you for doing so), I had honestly believed that female soldiers were allowed to wear normal bras that they picked out themselves. So you've opened my eyes. I used to think the worst thing in the world was a bra designed by a civic engineer, but now I see that a bra designed by a military committee would be much, much worse.

I suppose the ultimate worst-case scenario would be a bra designed by the Army Corps of Engineers.

*shudders*

And oh my god, they have to sleep in those bras! Those poor soldiers deserve...I don't know, hazard pay. Something.

I even had a friend who's an officer ask how I'd feel if (Ohhhh, nooooo!) some male leader were to see my wife's boobage should he happen to enter the tent or barracks at night for some duty-related reason?

*blinks*

What an odd question. I mean, what happens if an officer sees your officer friend's butt when entering the barrracks at night for a duty-related reason? I've never been in the military, mind you, so I'm just guessing, but I suspect the answer is: no one cares, because you all have more important things to do than worry about other people's random body parts.

(I guess I could be totally wrong, and the military could be a 24/7 sex party, but you'd think if it was they'd mention that in the recruiting brochures.)

So just imagine those female troops you see on TV, in Iraq or Afghanistan, who are wearing body armor, a heavy cotton shirt, a cotton T shirt, and a bra.

I'd melt. Seriously, one second I'd be a female soldier in four hot layers of clothing in a desert, and the next minute I'd be a puddle seeping into the earth.

And my wife's bras generally look like something I'd transport ammo in.

*snickers*

Well, they do call bras shoulder-mounted torpedo slings. Maybe there's a really good reason.

Though she does have a few nice ones. I'll ask if she'll post where she gets them.

Oooo! If she will, please let me know. I'm collecting links.
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From:doctoraicha
Date:June 16th, 2006 01:40 am (UTC)
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When I was in college, I wore a 36c. so did my best friend - who wore like 6 sizes down from me in clothes and who I am taller than by about 8 inches.

I told her she didn't know hot to measure. So I made her remeasure and she was a 32F.

Yep. She's got great boobs.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 05:51 am (UTC)
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What I want to know is, how did your big-boobed, small-sized friend find clothes? Because I seriously cannot find any tops that aren't entirely suitable for my matriculation at clown college that will still fit over my boobs.

So I made her remeasure and she was a 32F.

And the sad part is, I'm here going, oh, the poor girl. But at least you made her measure, and that's good; I've been stunned by the sheer magnitude of variance between actual bra size and worn bra size in this thread. I figured I'd be the worst with three band sizes too high and three cup sizes too small, but as it turns out, I was doing rather well.

Grrrr. Bras.
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From:suchthefangirl
Date:June 16th, 2006 07:03 am (UTC)
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When I go to buy bras, I get to go to a special store that fits them for you. The bras themselves cost more money than anyone should spend on something that goes under your clothes and is not seen, and hence, I can only afford to buy one at a time.

Meanwhile, the store also specializes in bras for women who have lost breast(s) due to cancer, and so there are all these inspirational poems and things decorating the place.

The last bra I bought there came with shoulder pads to help with the pressure.

My husband thinks big breasts are great. I'm glad someone likes mine, cause I sure as hell don't.

So, yeah, I can so sympathize with you.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 05:48 am (UTC)
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When I go to buy bras, I get to go to a special store that fits them for you.

I'm considering going to one for a proper fitting, and actually your description is quite reassuring. I assumed it would be all, you know, body-obsessed, judgemental women. Cancer boutiques I'm unfortunately rather used to.

The bras themselves cost more money than anyone should spend on something that goes under your clothes and is not seen

Is it okay if I ask how much? It'd be nice to know before I sally off to buy them, just because - I have no idea what to expect, and I like to know the prices of things before I go to the store.

My husband thinks big breasts are great. I'm glad someone likes mine, cause I sure as hell don't.

My ex the boob man used to react with horror whenever anyone mentioned reduction surgery, like: why would anyone want to do that? And the fact is, I have never wanted to do that, except when he reacted that way, because it's my body and my giant sacks of fat and he didn't have to live with the fucking things, so it was easy for him to say they were a natural resource and should be preserved.

But, on the other hand, it's great to have someone who genuinely admires your boobs, just because - it's a reminder that it's not all back pain and expensive bridge-style bras, you know?
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From:meamcat
Date:June 16th, 2006 07:19 am (UTC)
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Uh, hi. You don't know me (didn't even come here from metaquotes), but you deserve so much praise.
I've been very very small my entire life, but I've always been grateful for it- my sister had to wear a bra while she slept, her breasts was so painful for her. Plastic surgery dames are batshit crazy, in my mind.
Still, it is equally hard for a smallbie. To give an idea of the smallness (NO idea what size), this year, after I lost a little too much weight, I discovered that there was a possibility that my boobs would extend a little bit shorter than my ribs when lying down. And that is not anatomically correct.
Bras were so uncomfortable that I refused to wear them until the end of 8th grade. I also HATE shopping for bras, much like every girl. All the pretty bras, in small sizes, have padding. For a girl who is proud of her natural attributes, it is pretty damn irritating to put on a bra that is comfortable enough besides there, you know, being ROCKS in them that make her unable to see her feet. Just say no. I finally found the perfect, plainly white(I like simplicity), non-padded AND comfortable bra this year. Though I had to tell the saleswoman five times before she exclaimed, "ZOMG you want it with no padding? I HAD NO IDEA." Sigh.
And now it is time to buy some more. *headdesk*
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From:demented_pants
Date:June 16th, 2006 11:06 pm (UTC)
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Handwash. They last longer, and you get to shop less. :)
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From:thebeccalc
Date:June 17th, 2006 01:10 am (UTC)
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Was linked to this post through bustingout. I hope it's okay that I added you. Would you mind if I added your other LJ you mention in your info, or no? You seem interesting. =)
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 01:43 am (UTC)
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Feel free to add one or both, just as you will - it's always good to have new friends no matter which name I'm using! But you might want to check out thefourthvine before you add it, because unless you're interested in slash and/or fan fiction, it probably won't interest you. (If you aren't interested in slash or fan fiction and you still want to add it, you are more than welcome. My basic theory is that friends = good.)

Oh. And, you know, it occurs to me that someone who is here for the boob rant might not know this, so - fan fiction is fiction written in other authors' universes by fans of those universes. (In other words, a story set in, for example, Middle Earth from Lord of the Rings, but not written by Tolkien. Or it's set at Hogwarts, but Rowling didn't write it.) Slash is fan fiction featuring same sex relationships. So in Lord of the Rings, a slash story might have Legolas and Aragorn romantically involved rather than Arwen and Aragorn. And in Harry Potter - well, uh, basically every single possible relationship has been written, but, like, Harry and Draco in a romantic or sexual relationship, or Ginny and Hermione.

Fan fiction and slash are subject to Sturgeon's Law ("90% of everything is crap"), but the other 10% contains some of the best fiction I've ever read. So I read it and babble about it and recommend it in thefourthvine, because I want everyone to read the stories I love.

(And if you already knew about fan fiction, you are probably rolling your eyes at me right now. But, seriously, better safe than sorry, and if you didn't, I'm not sure how much sense my other journal would even make.)

And that was a very long way of saying: you're more than welcome to friend me, and I'm delighted you want to. Hi!
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From:mzmadmike
Date:June 17th, 2006 04:35 am (UTC)
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Oh, a friend referred me here, but one of the reasons I have an interest (Besides being a healthy male who likes boobs, though I confess to liking legs and ass more. Boob men are just weird.) is that it's one of the cultural issues that's relevant when writing science fiction. I've got books set on a high-G world. How does that affect clothing design, from arch supports to ankle and shin braces to bras? In micro-G, do you bother? Wear something to stop them flopping into the ship's instruments? What's an effective style of underwear (For men and women) to wear in combat, that's not too hot, too restrictive, but still supports the bits that need support?

so far all I have for advice on serving in hot Earth climates is:

1: Shave everything (ESPECIALLY in damp climates with bugs and fungus and bacteria).

B) Wear light cotton.
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From:littera_abactor
Date:June 17th, 2006 05:42 am (UTC)
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I hope you don't mind if I weigh in on this.

For damp climates (by which I actually mean serious jungle climates, since this is irrelevant for anything less), you should also:
  1. Triple bag anything that can rot, by which I mean basically everything. That's three thick, air-tight, sealed plastic bags with all the air expressed; that will keep your clothes dry enough that they won't rot before you use them or make fungus worse on your body.

  2. Hit every single microscopic nick, scratch, spot, or - god forbid - fungus patch with antibiotics and antifungals immediately. If you can see fungus in an open sore, you are in deep shit. Necrosis is lethal and has to be addressed immediately, even stuff we'd not worry about normally. You cannot let those things go the way we do in temperate and arid climates.

  3. Seal the openings in your clothing. You want a contiguous shield, because hot is bad but the wildlife is much, much worse.

  4. Clean every body fold as often as you can. The place where the under part of my boobs meet my torso - in a true jungle, that is just never clean enough. Even with great support, it's a fungus playground. And I assume I don't even need to speak of crotches and crotch rot.
And I've thought about the zero-gee/micro-gee thing with respect to clothing, and I so don't buy, for example, Heinlein's take on it in The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. (I love the book. But he really, really should not have tried to write women.)

My way of thinking (as a woman with, obviously, boobs beyond all logic or reason) is - in micro gee, it's not that there are no forces that affect the body, it's that local forces dominate because there are no larger effects.

So. I wouldn't need a bra in zero or micro gee, as long as I was anchored and wasn't wanting to move at all. But without gravity to null out the forces produced by movement, I suspect it would hurt as much or more if I tried to move around without a bra on. In zero gee, as on earth, I'd ditch my panties long before I'd ditch my bra. I mean, I'm picturing the forces and just - oh, god. Because centripetal force would affect my boobs, and that's a recipe for OW in large quantities. (I have less than usual natural boob support anyway, but even a woman who never destroyed all her fibrous tissue supports would have similar problems.)

So, yeah, my opinion is that we're not going to have tall, stacked, undulating women dressed in next to nothing and no support garments in low gee.

But in ultra gee environments, I think flesh support is going to be irrelevant, or rather a larger part of the complete support package. Everyone will have to worry about gravitational effects on their skeletal systems as well as muscle, so - minor extra padding here and there, I don't think that would make much difference. (Padding like mine would be trimmed, I expect, unless you had to wear complete, fitted body armor all the time. The extra pounds would hurt a lot, and the back damage I have now would be intolerably exacerbated unless I had a fitted total exoskeleton.) In that environment, you and I would be pretty much equal, because your extra strength would be of minimal help against the gravitational force, and your extra size (I have big boobs, yes, but if you're male and in the military, you have to be bigger than me overall) would actually hurt you, and the counter-gravity measures would also counter your attacks if, for example, we got into a physical fight. I don't think women in a high gee environment would learn to be as scared of men as women on earth.

...And, you know what? Having outed myself as a total geek, and babbled on for much longer then necessary about this, I'm going to shut up, which I expect is a relief for you.

But in conclusion: yeah, that topic interests me, too. Well. Obviously.
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From:munkykillu
Date:June 18th, 2006 08:38 am (UTC)

thank god

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lame as I may seem this post made me cry. Out of sheer joy. I am currently a 42J. Large breasts run in my family like white on rice and I'd been wearing 44DD's for 6 years, adjusting myself in public and enbarrassing my family because of it. But I could find a push up bra that made my boobs look amazing. The constant back pain had begun to drag me down but all of my self esteem was trapped in my breast because according to society it wasn't ok to be fat but it was wonderful to breasts larger then your head. The day I found out my actually size I sobbed like someone had just shot my grandmother.

One of my older sisters had a reduction when I was just starting high school. All she ever tells me is that I should have them removed. I don't disagree but it's a very difficult chioce for me. She was the skinny one and she never seemed to worry about her apperanec but I'd been kicked around so much in my youth that the fact that I had impressive boobs become both obsticle and reigning glory of my appearance.

When I was shopping the DD-DDD route I could find sexy bras without trouble now it's like trying to buy a snowcone in hell. Although I'm not so involved in try to find a victoria's really big secret knock off in my size. Out of every site I go to of the 3 bras they off in my size 2 or them are for nursing. I plan on never breeding. I'm 22 with a lot of life to live and I can't even find a cute bra no matter where I turn.

Atleast now I feel more like there's a bevy of beauties just as pissed off as I am.
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From:bibliokat
Date:June 29th, 2006 05:37 am (UTC)
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Wow! It's kinda fun to have women of all shapes and sizes complain together. So here's my two cents.

I'm a B cup, but I don't actually want pretty bras. I want something comfortable and functional and not padded out to my nose. Which should be simple enough to find except for the fact that I hate bra shopping and I hate underwires. Although, it would make my day if I could find a bra with straps that didn't fall down every 5 minutes.

And even I've found shirts that didn't fit over my chest so I can imagine the frustration everyone else feels! Thanks for letting everyone rant;) I feel better about my small chest now too.
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From:thefourthvine
Date:June 29th, 2006 06:43 am (UTC)
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(Okay, side note that may help you understand why I'm replying to this. You know thefourthvine = <lj user="littera_abactor>, right?) I have recently discovered - as in, yesterday, when my <i>I</i>-cup bra arrived and I put it on and realized that, yes, you can tell when you're wearing a bra that fits - that slipping straps mean your bra probably isn't fitting right. You can play with the shoulder straps, but - if your bra is coming off your shoulders and that doesn't help, then your band may be riding up in back. Which means you need to go down a band size or so. And, seriously, now that I have discovered the glory of the bra that fits, I am have found religion; I will forever proselytize so that others can know the glory of the One True Bra. *scary fervor of the true believer*
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From:rattlecatcher
Date:July 2nd, 2006 12:20 am (UTC)
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I know I'm late to the party, but god love you for throwing it!

Breast horror story #1, age 16:

Formal dance, and I'm buying a Gunnysack (which puts us circa 1980). My bra doesn't fit that well, and the salesclerk says to my mother, "Maybe she needs a push-up bra."

Which, you know, mortification.

Breast horror story #2, age 16:

My mother answers, "Maybe she needs hydraulic lifts."

Which, you know, analyst's chair 20 years later.


Breast love story:

My very favorite episode of "Married with Children" is when Peg's bra line is discontinued, and Marcy comes over to condole. I could not stop laughing just at that, and my male friend just didn't understand. I told him, "Look, you find a bra that fits, you will do what ever it takes to keep buying that bra."
The horror show of bra shopping is half the reason many of us wear poor-fitting bras. Maybe they fit once, but not any more, but when it's possible someone will laugh, or tell us to go away, or measure us incorrectly... damn!
OTOH, I did just enough costuming in school to become inured to measuring bodies, male and female (if you want to freak out a guy, tell him you need to measure the crotch depth). After a while you just treat everyone like a sack of meat, in a way - though you don't make comments, you just stop thinking boobies! when measuring from bustpoint to bustpoint.
And when I *do* find someone who's good with measuring tape, and is has a good balance between sack-o-meat/respect, then it really makes a difference. And maybe they even wrap the bra in pretty paper, so you go out realizing that yeah, you *do* deserve pretty and well fitting, and that the prettiest breasts aren't the ones in the prettiest bras, but are the ones in a bra that fits and are located under eyes that say, "Yeah, world, these are them. I'm hot, you're not."
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From:puddingcat
Date:November 8th, 2006 07:46 pm (UTC)
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Um, hello :) I found your tampon rant via daegaer and scared the cats with my cackling, and then I found this and decided I *need* you on my f-list :)

Also, yes. I agree. I'm a FF cup *after* a reduction. Luckily, I tend to wear black, black & more black so the lack of colour options isn't so much of a problem.

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From:ms_3m
Date:April 5th, 2007 06:03 am (UTC)
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*snort* *gasping for air*

I'm here via your thefourthvine LJ via smutday and just have to say.... I almost woke up honeybunny when I read this. ::g::

I haven't read all the comments and it might have already been mentioned, but while costly, there are still pretty bras to be had. Custom that is. I recently did some research for a friend of mine and found there are more than a few shops that make custom bras that can still be pretty. Something to think about. :)

Changing the subject to what brought me here.... I loved your rantage regarding fanfiction and said as much on my LJ. So. I'm a little late to the game, but at least I showed up. :P
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From:misslynx
Date:May 9th, 2007 10:24 pm (UTC)
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Wandered over here from the dog/sweet potato post - I had to find out what oher sorts of creativity could stem from the mind that wrote that. :-)

There actually are some decent bras in large sizes - I'm a 38F and I've found that the European manufacturers do a lot better than the American ones for large sizes. Chantelle in particular is good, but you'll mostly find them in specialty stores.
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From:randomsome1
Date:May 14th, 2007 04:07 am (UTC)
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I kind of wish he was here, actually. Then at least someone would be delighted at the news. Plus, I would be able to be mad at him, and that would make me feel better.

But if he commented, you could just spin around and knock him out? I can almost do that with my butt, but thankfully the USPS hasn't tried to stamp that with a township name yet.

(Hi! I wandered over from someone linking to the story about your poor, starving doggie.)
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From:littera_abactor
Date:May 14th, 2007 05:02 am (UTC)
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But if he commented, you could just spin around and knock him out?

I think I'd actually knock myself out. There was this tragic incident where I played DDR with an insufficiently supportive bra on, and, well - um. Yeah. I could probably do lots of damage with my boobs, but I suspect I know who I'd do most of the damage to.

(Hi! I wandered over from someone linking to the story about your poor, starving doggie.

Hi! And, yes, the dog continues to starve tragically and ostentatiously, especially since we no longer have any sweet potatoes for her to steal. (Bad owners! No biscuit.)
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From:thdrgngrl
Date:May 16th, 2007 12:15 am (UTC)
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Hi! over here from the sweet potato incident

(aw poor starving doggy *srk* reminds me of my cats..although at least you didn't have to pay $1200 to have it removed like that string my lil one ingested..)

I recommend the goddess line highly, they're pretty, black wine and beige, with no under wire and -alot- of support. I actually ordered mine from JC penny, and it was like.. $30-40. (I wear a 42 J cup ;_;)Although at the prices of -most- bras that are big enough for me.. I figure I might as well by the corsets for the back support and beauty, as it costs about the same.
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From:bearsir
Date:June 18th, 2007 09:00 pm (UTC)
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1. My ex-wife and I used to refer to the Extreme Ordnance bras she required as Das Bra

2. Fredrick's of Hollywood makes pretty and supportive bras in a wide range of sizes. I am not sure what size of big yours are, but check it out.
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From:aiglet
Date:August 1st, 2007 03:34 pm (UTC)
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You probably ought to check out FigLeaves and see if Le Mystere does anything in your size too.

Good luck!
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Date:July 15th, 2008 05:31 pm (UTC)

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