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Offline Puppies

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Hello everyone
Cannot believe I've finally found this forum.

I've had moobs probably since puberty and always thought it was just me.

I became conscious I was different at school and around that time started cross dressing, especially wearing a bra.
I've always assumed the two things weren't linked, but now I'm not so sure.

Don't know whether I have Gyno, but would appreciate your opinions

Thank you


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Offline FredL

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Unless that chest is solid muscle, I would say yes to gynecomastia. 
Developed breasts at puberty and had corrective surgery at age 57.

Offline Puppies

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Hi Fred

Thanks for your speedy response. 

I'm certainty muscular but not solid, so think you've answered my question.

Guess I now need to get my head round what it means and how I deal with it moving forward. 

Offline Dale Warnio

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 Full, heavy breasts and large areolae and nipples. You definitely need to wear a bra 

Offline blad

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I became conscious I was different at school and around that time started cross dressing, especially wearing a bra.
Do you still wear bras?

I developed in the school years too, and began trying bras when I was 13-14. After being told by so many class mates that I needed to wear a bra I tied one out of curiosity, and found that they were right! 

I quickly realized that I liked how I felt and looked in a bra and that it made me feel better about having grown breasts. I have always preferred to be wearing a bra daily since.
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline Traveler

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Welcome GaryS! We’re here to help. 😁

Offline Puppies

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Hi Blad
Yes, still wear a bra as often as I can and have always loved the sensation without realising why, until now!

I particularly like anything lacy and have been known to go a size smaller to get myself a cleavage but for day to day going outdoors, tend to go for an underwired t shirt bra with slightly padded cups for better shape. 

Guess I'm approaching this from the opposite side to guys thinking of trying a bra for the first time. 

Offline Bobbi4244

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Welcome GaryS
I’ve not long joined and I find this a great place to be. I’ve been wearing a bra full time for over 25yrs and before that occasionally since puberty in 1978. I’m no expert but think you do have gyne so keep up with your bra wearing. 

 

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