When you see someone walking down the street and you look at them, do you ever stop to appreciate them or do you stop and judge them?
I know that majority of the time, I don’t wear a bra. My ta-ta’s are too big and it’s uncomfortable to wear a bra 24/7 – so I just don’t. People give me all sorts of looks because they hang lower than the modern world has set the standard for. But you know what? I don’t care.
Saggy boobs, heavy boobs, small boobs, large boobs – you name it, they all matter and they should all be appreciated. Who cares what they look like! They are beautiful no matter what and they should all be loved like the glorious sacks of fat that they are.
Who is anyone to tell you that your boobs aren’t beautiful the way they are? Those things attached to your chest, they are amazing and they do amazing things.
I found that once I stopped caring about what other people thought about me, I started to love myself more and more. That includes my breasts, because they are apart of my body, after all.
People can stare and make faces all they want. Why should we cover up to please someone else? If you don’t want to wear a bra, or if you want to wear a revealing top; do it. Don’t let anyone stop you.
I spent many years hating myself, hating how my breasts hung low and how there are stretch marks all over my body. I wasted most of my life worrying about what people thought about me and what they would think if I wore specific clothing. I’m going to tell you something super important right now: you don’t need to worry what people think in order to thrive as a person.
Saggy boobs are so under-appreciated and so many women and girls worry about the appearance of their chest. I used to, a lot. But I’ve grown and I’ve learnt that my body, especially my breasts, are not there for the pleasure or convenience of other people. They’re there for life and nurturing.
Because of the media, people are made to believe that perky, smaller breasts are the way to go. But that’s completely false. Whatever size or shape your breasts are, that’s the way to go. All boobies matter. Every single one of them. Whether they hang low like mine, or if they’re small and perky, medium sized and full of stretch marks, or even if you only have one. They matter. Every single one. They’re all beautiful.
Don’t let other people or the media tell you how your body should be. Work with what you have and be proud that you have a functioning body.