Author Topic: My chest, feedback please  (Read 1434 times)

Offline Charmed

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My chest has always been something I've tried to hide or been ashamed of, but I've started getting into the mindset of embracing them.  I would appreciate feedback on how they look?  Thanks! 





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Offline bustymale

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Truly female breasts. 

Have you tried wearing a bra?

Offline Charmed

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Truly female breasts.

Have you tried wearing a bra?
Wow, really?  No, I haven't.  I definitely have thought about trying one.

Offline blad

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I think it is worth trying a bra for a while to find out if you like the support it can provide. I think a lot of guys are surprised how well it works once they actually try one.
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline Traveler

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I think it is worth trying a bra for a while to find out if you like the support it can provide. I think a lot of guys are surprised how well it works once they actually try one.
Raises hand.
Once I tried a bra there was no going back for me! 

Offline aboywithgirls

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Those are definitely female breasts. It's really up to you whether you wear a bra or not. I am 100% positive that you would benefit from what a bra would offer you.

I started wearing a bra when I was 12 years old.I wore a bra full time when I was 16 and have worn one every day since. Bras are good things for those of us who need them, benefit from them.
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Offline Aussie63

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Charmed,

I'm assuming from your username that you are somewhat proud of your chest nowadays, even if you struggled to accept it before.

Realistically you don't need to wear a bra at all if you don't want to, but if you suffer from nipple sensitivity/pain/discomfort from jiggling etc. then it is something that you should at least consider.

Are you in a relationship? Do you feel comfortable discussing this with your partner? 


Offline p.r.1974

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Having started development at puberty, I would have been in much better places, had I not waited decades to wear full time. I knew that I felt better, supported, and just ....right. But I let my head get in the way. It is an extremely personal choice, but I would echo previous posts with the benefits of properly fitting support.

Offline SideSet

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 I agree your breasts are feminine looking and that you would probably feel and look better in a bra, everything nicely held in place and supported and nicely shaped and lifted.  Guessing you are may be a B cup 

Online curiousk

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I disagree that a lot the members of the forum are telling you to wear a bra.  They are saying that if you looking for a way to control the movement of your breasts and to help with the way they look, then a bra could help out.  Ultimately it’s up to you on whether or not you do it.  It’s individual thing and for many of us in the forum, a bra works for us.   

Offline bustymale

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I think once you try a bra, you will feel differently about your breasts. 

Offline FredL

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Funny how people are so quick to post "you have womanly breasts". I got a lot of those comments from my pictures.

To me, womanly breasts have large nips/areolas and they hang over. If your nipples aren't big and your boobs stay up on your chest without doubling over, you do not have womanly breasts. A woman with those breasts might feel cheated. People in her breast forum might post and say she has man-boobs. ;D
Developed breasts at puberty and had corrective surgery at age 57.

Offline p.r.1974

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Not all women have large "feminine" breasts. They come in all shapes and sizes. Your opinion of what breasts "should" or "do" look like has been heavily influenced by media, porn, or social pressure from somewhere. I understand that you hated yours so much that you chopped them off. and are bitter and confrontational in most of the posts I have read of yours. I do not have polite words for bullies, or for those that are still pissed off at the actions of the bullies in their life, and choose to spread that. Acceptance and being helpful requires an open mind to those who fit outside of the mainstream. If you cannot do this, stop posting on acceptance threads, or those that may become them.

Yes, many of us have a little to a lot of extra weight, But he didn't ask what you are implying. He (the op) asked for and received our opinions on his chest shape. Our assessments are not coming from a place of torment. If mine have been received that way, please let me know.
« Last Edit: July 10, 2021, 03:26:13 PM by p.r.1974 »

Offline gmast

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I agree.  There are a few posters here that pretend they are here for support guys with gyno, but if you look at what they post, it is obvious they have transgender agenda.  Why else would they encourage guys to wear bras, panties, camisoles, tankinis, women's blouses, and such.  If anyone posts a picture of a guy wearing a bra, the accolade that they look great come rolling in, even though the picture is taken from waist height and cropped small, and hard to tell if the bra even has a proper fit.  Even if it fits well, they don't look good, they look like a guy wearing a bra.  Their are lots of comments about boobs being female in appearance, even though most aren't.  Men''s breast are typically wider, shallower, have nipples in a different postion, and does not have a round outline.  They do not look feminine. 

Offline blad

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If one comes here and reads the various posts in the acceptance area, and then posts in the acceptance area, then almost by definition they must be thinking that a bra is a possibility. Or else they should have posted in the surgical area only.

I am not going into the surgical posts and crying stop, try a bra first before you go any further.

So no big surprise that the discussions in the acceptance area focus more on the use of a bra for support and shaping. Don't post here if you are an anti bra or had them removed. Pick the forums dedicated to those discussing surgery for your strong opinions and we will stick to support options in the acceptance area.

Sounds logical?

Not trying to hurt anyones feelings or be confrontational, I just don't think we need to keep going over this when really its an issue of posting your thoughts in the wrong place.
« Last Edit: July 09, 2021, 07:28:06 PM by blad »


 

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