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Do you ever feel "out there"?

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Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #15 on: May 26, 2019, 11:59:06 AM »
Too true i often laughed at women growing up talking swoop and scoop sounded so gimmicky but as my breasts have swollen and continued to fill i have found swoop and scoop is a mastered science lol not doing it leaves my chest feeling rabdomly fitted and awkward 

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #16 on: May 26, 2019, 10:09:57 PM »
It amazes me to hear women tell how they have never swooped and scooped! Many are wearing bras for decades before they ever start. Knowing that, I can see why women complain about their bras all the time. I would too if I had to put up with that all the time. The short time I didn't swoop and scoop was almost enough to get me to stop wearing a bra.

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2019, 06:21:41 AM »

My weight goes up and down like a roller coaster ,it seems when I loose it my chest stays the same , 38c or d depending on type of bra , I have found that a 36d or 36dd makes projection alot less and have same support , I shouldn't say same support ,I noticed that the 36d and Dd seem to keep things under control alot better especially when mowing the lawn or out walking ,I suppose it make a difference what style of bra it is as well, my wife got me a champion sports bra that she thought would work well , that thing was designed as some sort of torture device I swear a roll of duct tape would have been a better option

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #18 on: May 27, 2019, 10:22:59 AM »
I have recently lost 100 pounds and I didn't lose much in the chest either. I lost a lot in the band! :D I can tell that I store fat in the same way as women do. Breasts and hips. Thankfully my hips are not as pronounced as women's, but the ratio of waist to hip is more than a mans but the waist reduction makes the girls more pronounced as the weight drops. That is something that I am getting used to. Coming to terms with my breasts was one thing, now I am having to come to terms that I will continue to have sizable breasts, something that historically has been true for me, but I never accepted it. Now I deal with it with bras and cuts of tops. So far, it has worked much better than the old wear whatever I wanted and then get the stares and comments. I may have projection, but at least it is clean and neat looking projection and not floppy, headlight, slutty look. I think if it looks like you are trying to be neat in appearance, the girls get either get a pass or not noticed at all. It is like a woman who is braless. You can spot her a mile off. A woman in the proper bra and top, she blends in. That is what I try and do, blend in. At 36DDD/38DD I ain't not going to be seen! :)

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #19 on: May 27, 2019, 11:14:24 AM »
JLT83E,  how nice of your wife to buy you a bra.  She obviously recognizes that you need to wear one.   How supportive is she?

 JohnDoe,  you have a shape like a woman and you have come to where you wear clothes that suit your shape.  That is admirable and appropriate 

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #20 on: May 27, 2019, 12:32:05 PM »
I have gone down the same path as John. I usually wear a full coverage underwire bra. I just got fitted with a Prima Donna 38H. My biggest issue with clothing is that I'm 48" at my bust and 34 at my waist and 42" at my hips. Men's clothing does not fit my measurements, ever. There are places like Lane Bryant and Torrid that do sell clothing that I can wear right off the rack. I often wear cowboy boots and Torrid has  great boot cut jeans. Lane Bryant also has nice button down shirts (blouses) that have the appearance of a men's button down collared shirt but with more room at the bust.

Like John said, if you look neat and well dressed, people will not even give you a second look. 
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #21 on: May 27, 2019, 03:06:26 PM »
JLT83E,  how nice of your wife to buy you a bra.  She obviously recognizes that you need to wear one.  How supportive is she?

Sideset,  my wife is very helpfull , kinda like a nice fitting bra,lol, her insight on bras is useful as the only thing I understood about a bra was getting hers off ,up until my chest decided grow.

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #22 on: May 27, 2019, 03:27:54 PM »
My wife is extremely understanding. My boobs are larger than hers now. I'm in a 36H and she is in a 36F. She's the one who suggested that I wear molded cup bras in the cooler months to hide the nips and switch to lace cups in the summer to cut down on boob sweat. With lace cup bras, I have found that I am not so much "out there".

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Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #23 on: May 28, 2019, 06:59:48 AM »
I have recently lost 100 pounds and I didn't lose much in the chest either. I lost a lot in the band! :D I can tell that I store fat in the same way as women do. Breasts and hips. Thankfully my hips are not as pronounced as women's, but the ratio of waist to hip is more than a mans but the waist reduction makes the girls more pronounced as the weight drops. That is something that I am getting used to. Coming to terms with my breasts was one thing, now I am having to come to terms that I will continue to have sizable breasts, something that historically has been true for me, but I never accepted it. Now I deal with it with bras and cuts of tops. So far, it has worked much better than the old wear whatever I wanted and then get the stares and comments. I may have projection, but at least it is clean and neat looking projection and not floppy, headlight, slutty look. I think if it looks like you are trying to be neat in appearance, the girls get either get a pass or not noticed at all. It is like a woman who is braless. You can spot her a mile off. A woman in the proper bra and top, she blends in. That is what I try and do, blend in. At 36DDD/38DD I ain't not going to be seen! :)
Congratulations John! How did you manage to do that?

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #24 on: May 28, 2019, 07:06:01 AM »
Not eating! :D 

Actually I was on a path of a heart attack and/or stroke. I have been overweight for years. I found it helped hide the girls back when I denied I even had them. After a really bad check up, I decided to go to a doctor supervised diet where I eat REAL food and not prepackage food and exercise. I had done Weight Watchers and all that other stuff, but I could never keep it off. Started out slow, but over the last 2 years have built up. It wasn't easy, but it has become a life style.

Re: Do you ever feel "out there"?
« Reply #25 on: May 28, 2019, 07:09:49 PM »
That is absolutely imperative. To see it as a lifestyle. Diets are fine and fun for momentary discipline. But overall and longterm, it is a lifestyle change that appeases the health of ones self. I enjoy my pizza and cookies from time to time. And Lord knows I'm not the healthiest. And told my Dr a few weeks ago when I went to have a breast exam done as I've begun having every 6 months since last year. And he asked if my diet has been different. I say not really, I eat healthy but enjoy the junk from time to time but I workout daily so I burn it off. His response stuck with me when he said "You can clean your toilet and it will look good as new, but I guarantee your pipes are filthy. Just because you take care of the outside, doesn't mean your insides are the same" Made me think of another article I read in regard to 30 being the new 50 for colon cancers due to all the crap food people eat. And contrary to how you take care of your body, if you aren't taking care of your intake, then it doesn't really matter. 

Kudos on the lifestyle change and diet rerouting. To both you and Hammer. I hope your health continues on positive routes and you see good things coming. Both in breast and waist band reducing