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Gynecomastia Talk / Re: Old new kid on the block
« Last post by JohannK on Today at 01:18:20 PM »
Welcome.

Unfortunately not everybody will understand the discomfort that having breasts can cause, but such is life, right?  
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by JohannK on Today at 01:15:06 PM »
How important will it be with men's shirts?
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Today at 01:11:23 PM »
You'll want a black bra for any black or dark color top. White bras are very easy to detect but are still your best option with a with blouse.  A layering camo is also a good idea to wear over your bra in most cases. 
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Gynecomastia Talk / Old new kid on the block
« Last post by Charlie219 on Today at 12:42:41 PM »
Hi everyone,  I  just joined the forum because I have reached the point of needing to wear my bra daily. I can't wear them at work because I work with grown men that emotionally act 15. But from the time I get home until I have to return I  am wearing my bra. I  used to just wear my bra at home, but now I wear it everywhere except work. I have had G for over 12 years but just bumped up to a 42c from a 42b. Between my old doctor and my wife (that is very supportive) I am glad to have found this group and hope to be of help when I can.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by JohannK on Today at 07:37:09 AM »
Makes sense, thanks.

Why do you suggest black?  As I understand it has a tendency to show?
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Today at 05:50:09 AM »
You will want to stay away from a strapless bra unless you're wearing a top or.a dress that requires you to wear one (anything that is "off the shoulders "). You will end up having to adjust it several times a day depending on how much you move.

If you're looking for a stealthy bra, I would suggest a racer back, front close, underwire. The underwire will be able to do more work with less material. The racerback design will give you the smoothest appearance with no hardware across your back. Generally speaking,  you should be fine wearing  it with just a tshirt. I would suggest that you start with both a black and skin tone bra. 
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by JohannK on Today at 02:35:03 AM »
Well, at least I don't see much of a problem with cycling clothes, except of course how it will show what I have.  And of course I'm a bit smaller than you in the breast department, so it's easier to get away without a bra.  As I said, the main issue is discomfort caused by my shirts, followed by long term consideration (future sagging, although it's less of a problem with small-ish breasts).


Regarding bra styles, I assume strapless will be better out of a hiding standpoint?
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Yesterday at 04:10:56 PM »
Large breasted women and some men including myself wear women's Tunics.  They accommodate and down play the girls. They also down play my hips and butt. They are light and flowy and very comfortable. There are several different styles  from long sleeves and short sleeved and 3/4 sleeved, 
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Yesterday at 04:06:09 PM »
I'm not huge into cycling but, I  would also assume that women support their breasts when cycling. 

I do a lot of swimming and I wear a womans tankini.  To me, its only clothing. Male, female, it doesn't matter to me. I just want something that fits and works with my curves. 
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by JohannK on Yesterday at 01:42:45 PM »
I've never even heard of them before starting to read posts here.

By the way.  I assume (this is all of course assuming that I do end up wearing a bra) that when cycling I'll just have to go braless?  Considering how tight cycling clothes are.
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