Author Topic: If you wear a bra for Gynecomastia & accept it as just an artical of clothing?  (Read 35353 times)

13genof

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IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY MEN IN BRAS,  DO NOT READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!



1)  How long have you been wearing one?


2)  What style works best for you?


3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?


4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?


5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!


6)  Where do you buy your bras?


7)  What size works best for you?




Linkback: https://www.gynecomastia.org/forum/index.php?topic=15014.0
« Last Edit: July 26, 2008, 03:21:45 PM by 13genof »

Offline James18

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1)  How long have you been wearing one?
- Half year... Started wearing one mainly for support, as they bounced too frequently, and also were getting too big to go braless.

2)  What style works best for you?
- Underwire

3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?
- No yet married

4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?
- " "

5)  Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!
- I buy my bras by myself, but also, I don't like everyone to notice, so I go shopping when there's very few persons in the store.

6)  Where do you buy your bras?
- This highly varies, sometimes on Wal-Mart, and well, a friend of mine did me the favor to go and buy one that I liked to Victoria's Secret, currently, it's my fave.

7)  What size works best for you?
- 30 C


Offline Bobcat54

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1)  How long have you been wearing one?
       It's been over 20 years for me.


2)  What style works best for you?
       I wear mainly soft cup full support bras. Playtex, Underscore, etc.
       I have a couple of underwire bras that I wear occasionally.


3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?
       My EX bought me my first bra. My current lady friend accepts my bra wearing as she has known from the start.


4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?
       As in #3....Yes, it is just clothing to her as well.


5)  Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!
       I usually buy my own now. Lady friend has purchased that she found on sale and thought I would like.


6)  Where do you buy your bras?
        Walmart, Sears, Zellers.....and YES....even eBay


7)  What size works best for you?
       I currently wear a 36C.


Offline Bobcat54

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Over 160 views and only 3 replies!!!!
To embarrassed to admit to wearing?
Feel free.....it's only another piece of clothing.

13genof

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1)  How long have you been wearing one?  For about 10 years as my gynecomastia got worse, and it became uncomfortable to not wear one!


2)  What style works best for you?  The style varies by fit, I prefer plain no wire, but comfort and support are most important!


3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?  Yes my wife fitted me and did the measuring for correct size, she even bought my first bra!


4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing? Yes she does, as do all my friends and family!


5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!  Both, sometimes we go together and both buy new bras!


6)  Where do you buy your bras?  J C Penney's, Dillards, Target, Sears, Victories Secrets, Walmart.


7)  What size works best for you?   38D cup.


P.S. My wife loves the fact that I have boobs!

Offline littes

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1)  How long have you been wearing one?
Two years

2)  What style works best for you?
Underwire, Seamless

3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?
I'm single at the moment

4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?
-

5)  Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!
I buy bras by myself

6)  Where do you buy your bras?
Small shops

7)  What size works best for you?
38C

13genof

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DON'T BE EMBARSSED TO ADMIT WEARING A BRA
SURGERY ISN'T FOR EVERYONE!

I KNOW A LOT OF GUYS HATE ANYONE WHO ACCEPT THAT THEY HAVE BREAST AND THEY HAVE A MIND SET THAT IT MAKES THEM LESS OF A MAN, ONLY NOT HAVING A JOHNSON CAN MAKE YOU NOT A MAN! 8)
« Last Edit: August 02, 2008, 12:42:06 PM by 13genof »

Offline tinyt

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DON'T BE EMBARSSED TO ADMIT WEARING A BRA
SURGERY ISN'T FOR EVERYONE!

I KNOW A LOT OF GUYS HATE ANYONE WHO ACCEPT THAT THEY HAVE BREAST AND THEY HAVE A MIND SET THAT IT MAKES THEM LESS OF A MAN, ONLY NOT HAVING A JOHNSON CAN MAKE YOU NOT A MAN! 8)

Offline tinyt

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IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY MEN IN BRAS,  DO NOT READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!



1)  How long have you been wearing one?

two years
2)  What style works best for you?

I wear sports bras and regular racer back styles (soft cup)
3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?
Yes
4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?
Yes

5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!
I buy my own, I always try them on before purchasing.

6)  Where do you buy your bras?

Sears, Wal-Mart, K- Mart
7)  What size works best for you?

40 B


Offline skibo

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I do wear a bra often for support and mainly comfort, I try to ecept it as regular clothing.

Offline wolf45102

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1)  How long have you been wearing one?

about 15 years

2)  What style works best for you?

soft cup = everyday use --- lacy = night out

3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?

yes

4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?

yes

5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!

buy my own mostly but also receive them as gifts

6)  Where do you buy your bras?

walmart, Kmart ect..

7)  What size works best for you?

40C or 40D depending on the manufacture

Offline qwertyis

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1)  How long have you been wearing one.
A year

2)  What style works best for you?
Mastectomy non underwire.

3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?
Yes, very supportive.

4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing?
Yes.

5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!
We go together.

6)  Where do you buy your bras?
Anita Care stockist

7)  What size works best for you?
38A but I use an extender as 38 is a bit tight.

Offline skibo

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Hello,
I am new to this site and yes I do wear a bra from time to time, I have several different makes and styles and it took a long time to find a bra that fit me good with little projecting out front , I found that the Mastectomy bras in a camisol full coverage style offer the best fit and support for me. I have an underwire oriental  bra that was less expensive to try out, it is very good quality and very comfortable and offers good support but it's a bit to frilly and the back strap is only two hook design I found that the wide three hook in back and front closer bras seem more comfortable for me. I have had gyno for most of my life and I am 57 years old now, I lost a 100 pounds a couple years ago and am down to 175 now with no reduction in breast size  I was a 38A befor and I still am .  I started to take testoserone treatments in the form of a gell several months ago and it seems as though I am getting a little fuller breasts, is this normal? I think wearing a bra is great for support, I don't advertise it openly but I do celibrate it to a certain amount for the fact that yes I do need support as much as a women doe's with the same size breasts does, so why not it is only clothing, I don't dress up as a female and parade around, my wife supports me in this and thats all that matters. I really hope this helps some others who are tired of being bound like a mummy in tight hot compression vests, I tried them they suck!
Skibo

Offline jdb

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1)  How long have you been wearing one? A couple of years but wish I had started earlier, I am 57.


2)  What style works best for you? A compression type front fastening sports bra with racer back (straps don't show).  Much cooler and easier to put on than a compression shirt.  Also I am not overweight and do not need my stomach compressed.


3)  Does your spouse/partner accept the fact that you wear a bra?  Yes, completely.


4)  Does your spouse/partner just see a bra for you as an article of clothing? Yes.


5) Do you buy your own bra, or does your spouse/partner!  I buy them as I know what works best but if I could buy them locally, she would buy them for me.


6)  Where do you buy your bras? Internet sports bra suppliers.


7)  What size works best for you?  38b/c


 

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