Author Topic: My chest, feedback please  (Read 1414 times)

Offline p.r.1974

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Apologies for not calling out FredL in the previous post.

Offline FredL

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..... I understand that you hated yours so much that you chopped them off. ...
In the interest of accuracy:

"chopped them off" is misleading. If that's what the surgery entailed, I would never have considered it. We don't want to mislead new forum members. I was left with no visible scars, and that would not be the case if my breasts were chopped off. 

Developed breasts at puberty and had corrective surgery at age 57.

Offline p.r.1974

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..... I understand that you hated yours so much that you chopped them off. ...
In the interest of accuracy:

"chopped them off" is misleading. If that's what the surgery entailed, I would never have considered it. We don't want to mislead new forum members. I was left with no visible scars, and that would not be the case if my breasts were chopped off.
So, you believe that people reading the thread cannot read your signature or previous posts, and determine that you had them surgically removed. You chose not to post or respond to the entirety of the post. 

"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. "




Offline FredL

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..... I understand that you hated yours so much that you chopped them off. ...
In the interest of accuracy:

"chopped them off" is misleading. If that's what the surgery entailed, I would never have considered it. We don't want to mislead new forum members. I was left with no visible scars, and that would not be the case if my breasts were chopped off.
So, you believe that people reading the thread cannot read your signature or previous posts, and determine that you had them surgically removed. You chose not to post or respond to the entirety of the post.
... If you cannot do this, stop posting on acceptance threads, or those that may become them.



Why are you choosing to bully me? I have never posted anything disparaging to anyone. I have shown nothing but respect. You are not the person in charge of judging what I say and deciding where I can post. Leave that to the moderators.

Anyone concerned with the drama you are creating can search my posts. If I have said anything disparaging or insulting, I will explain myself or apologize.

If you read my posts, then you know that my journey is not over. I still have breast and I am now in a position where I have to either get a revision or accept what I have. I still feel uncomfortable and still wear an undergarment when I go out in public.  So in that regard, I have every right to participate in discussions and express my thoughts in this forum. Mine are as valid as yours.

Offline blad

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At a certain point I think some threads get hopelessly off on some tangent and stir up negativity.

This maybe multifactorial; a spread of different view points, not reading the intent of a post correctly, posts that are not clearly written and are easy to misinterpret, a build up of emotion, and unclear intent. These things plague world conversations in general when different points of view collide. 

Posts are not like a dynamic conversation where tone and inflection are part of the mix.

No one usually feels they have the satisfaction that the other side gets their point and it goes back and forth until it just dies out from frustration. Then it shows up again in some other thread.
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline SideSet

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I agree with blad and curiousk

Offline FredL

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Chucky, when you quote a post, you're supposed to type below the quote, not inside of it. 

Offline expedient-traveller

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Try the bra, you will feel much better once you have support. I put off getting a bra for some time even though I needed one. That was years ago and I do not regret it for a minute. They are shaped, supported, do not bounce...much and look a lot better. As a side plus...they are easier to disguise if you need to. Wearing a bra places the "assets" directly behind my pockets on my shirts and the pockets break up the outline from the front. However, nothing will break up the outline from the side but since most of us gentlemen are rather blind at noticing anything out of the perceived ordinary, they will not be noticed. I only mention this as some folks have a hard time dealing with men having "assets". Be well!


 

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