“Are you worried about your Breasts?”
Every woman can worry about the size of their breasts; for those with a small bust they can feel
that they aren’t as desirable as those that have larger breasts. However those that do have
large breasts can be just as insecure. So we thought we would look at both situations, an
answer that all important question… What’s really better, large or small breasts?
Many women worry that their breasts are too small, and continually compare themselves to
women who have larger boobs. The never ending stream of images in the media don’t help
either; it seems that every celeb going is no less than a C cup, and those that were famed for
their smaller frame seem to magically grow their breasts overnight (step in Sandra Bullock and
These images are in front of us even from our teens, where girls magazines do little to help
body confidence; all we can say is that images within these mags (and women’s magazines in
general) are photoshopped to the max, and are far from showing women in their true form.
On the other hand however, just as many women worry that their breasts are too large. Which
leads us on to our next point…
Women with smaller breasts may feel that, when compared to a woman with big breasts, they
are less desirable. However, as every big breasted woman will tell you, there are all manner of
issues that they can cause. Back ache, unwanted attention from men, men talking to their chest
and not being taken seriously are all common issues when you’re well endowned.
So what are ‘normal’ breasts? Medically, ‘normal’ is described as when your breasts have enough milk glands in them to
produce enough milk for a baby. The size (or amount of fat tissue) is relevant, and smaller
breasts tend to grow throughout a pregnancy in any case.
So now to that all important question of why people think big breasts are better… Well, the
thing is, this is more often an opinion of small breasted women, rather than men. The media
acts as a teacher in telling us what is normal, and what is abnormal, and is actually far from
what men really think. After all, why would we presume that there is a standard that all men
“Is there something I can do to ‘grow’ my breasts?
Asides from having a boob job, there’s no way guaranteed that you can grow your breasts.
However if you’re absolutely dead set on making your breasts appear bigger, then dressing
accordingly can help.
You should do some research into how to dress for your body type. Generally speaking those
with smaller breasts can give the illusion of being larger by wearing tops or dresses with
detailing around your top half. You could also try layering, such as a cami with a cardigan worn
on top, or patterned, floaty tops that are relatively loose fitting.
Regardless of your breast size you should embrace your body; the only person that is critical of
your chest is you, and the ‘ideal’ size simply doesn’t exist!