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Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #15 on: January 10, 2020, 09:55:08 AM »
 If you have breasts, you need to wear a bra, whether you are female or male.  Wearing a bra is a much more polished look then going braless, where are you are jiggling and nipping out.  Also, you will find much more comfortable wearing a bra, so that everything is nicely held in place. 

 Both my breasts are very much the same, but the nipple on one is a tiny bit more pointed upwards, which I wish they both were, even more so, as I find that to be a very attractive look. 

Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #16 on: January 15, 2020, 07:28:32 PM »
I have found the wearing of a supportive bra is the easy part.  Having it seen noticed is the part I'm still working on.  I find I still have a hard time hiding the nips. The tee shirt bra is the best but I find it really does show what I have.  The "lightly lined" is comfy but more revealing.  Thinner is less bulk but more show through.  Perhaps it's good I'm working on this in the colder months.  Thicker shirts and sweaters seem to help.  Some have mentioned patterned shirts help.  I do find I'm wearing more of that.  I did pick up a nice scarf in France this fall and have kept it on while the coat comes off, and that hid a bit.  Little things are being figured out and have helped.  At one Christmas  party some women complimented me on the scarf and said nothing more.  We'll have to see when summer comes and boating and kayak season is here.

Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #17 on: January 15, 2020, 08:56:19 PM »
Silicone nipple covers are quite helpful with the high beams. I wear unlined underwires almost exclusively, and they are worth it. With or without adhesive, and in various sizes. 

Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #18 on: January 16, 2020, 04:20:12 AM »
I agree nipple petals are great.  Yes, the silicone type. 

You can drape something over like a scarf to keep from nipping out, but that does draw the eye toward your bust. 

Those ladies may have complimenting your scarf, but they were also definitely checking out your bust.  I know I check out other women’s chest, not as a man who would, but to see how what she is wearing works for her 

Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #19 on: January 16, 2020, 01:05:54 PM »
Silicone nipple covers are quite helpful with the high beams. I wear unlined underwires almost exclusively, and they are worth it. With or without adhesive, and in various sizes.
  I just went to Amazon and looked into those.  Thanks.  I was standing holding one of my grandchildren, 2, when all of a sudden I could feel my nip being rubbed through little hands.  I never lost eye contact or skipped the conversation but gently pulled the hand down and began to tickle the stomach and make that a distraction.  I was a bit like what just happened but don't think anyone else noticed. I invited other kids to play and let them run off.  That did make me think about how I'm seen.  No bra on.  I do know I'm a bit more observant of what's there and how I'm seen.  I do feel it's more me than anything, however the hand did go there.  Kids are funny.

Re: Breast uniformity
« Reply #20 on: January 16, 2020, 03:14:51 PM »
To a little kid, a boob is a boob


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