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So let’s get real about our breasts. I think we can all agree that us women with larger breasts have a harder time finding a bra that actually fits... without breaking the bank that is. The average American woman sports a 34DD. Let’s think about that for a minute… Average… So, there’s half as many women who fit into smaller standard sizes as there are women with larger voluptuousness. 50% of women have larger breasts than mainstream bra companies can even handle!!
One of the greatest attributes of our society today is the accessibility and advancement of modern technology. All the information and services we could ever need are literally right at our fingertips. So then why, as a woman, do I feel like my bra was made in the 19th century?
Throughout generations, breasts have been given a sexual context, which has caused many women to feel “outted” and shameful of their chest size. This article delivers a recipe to love and embrace your chest.
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As a dreamer, I have faced my share of discouragement, ridicule and even outright defamation by people I trusted – making sure I don’t reach the dream that I once shared with them.