Busty Girl Problems

Being busty is not all it's cracked up to be. Social media generally 'teaches' that being busty is a good thing - (as long the rest of you is the same size as a teenage boy, of course)! 

Real life however, is another story. Fat or not, it sometimes feels as if all eyes are on your boobs if you are a busty lady, and often it feels like everyone has an opinion about your chest size. You're dammed if you do, and you're dammed if you don't. The fact of the matter is, but being busty is often awkward, and the older I get, the more I wish my girls were smaller. 

Here are some on-line busty girl comics I found, and felt I could relate to. 

Can you relate as well?


Yes. I too have a cleavage even when wearing a top which is not low-cut. It's annoying, and when people have something to say about you 'exposing' yourself, it's downright insulting. It's them. Not me.


Some people really are twisted enough to associate busty women with loose morals.



True. Why apologise for something that is the result of your genetic make-up? 



It's enough to have to deal with complete strangers staring at your chest. We really don't need judgement from the girls as well! Not to mention how they get in the way of so many things that smaller chested women take for granted... And let's not get started on the work place!


Yeah. I've been through that one. Meh

But surely it's best to just be confident and embrace yourself, right? 


Hmm... Let's delve deeper!


Yep! I can relate! In fact, I often find myself taking long necklaces off during the day, because they can just be so annoying! And sometimes you'll find necklaces that are an awkward length and must be worn with high necks, else be picked out of ones top all day... 






Blouses are NOT your best friend when you are busty... 

And finding tops (and sometimes dresses too), which fit properly ALL over your torso area, 
can often be a nightmare!







Even just deciding how to carry your bag can be an issue! 


Wearing my bag across my body like that, with the strap between my girls, 
always makes me feel self-conscious. 


Story of my life! 

I remember when wearing t-shirts with dogs on them was in fashion years ago. I was just a teenager, and I thought they were adorable. Of course, I really wanted one, and believe you me, I searched high and low for that would fit decently across my bust. However, the dog's body was lost somewhere under my bust, and all you could see was the dog's eyes, awkwardly positioned exactly over each nipple, and random little dog feet poking out from under my bust. I'm all for wearing what you like no matter what your shape or size, but I draw the line at having a second pair of eyes poking out on my chest. 



And don't get me started on big ruffles that never seem to go down far on enough on the top!



And 'under tops' never seem to be high enough to cover the entire bust!


And finding a decent fitting bra? Uf!


I'm all for feminism, 
but I won't be burning my bras any time soon!


Then there's swimwear... uf!


And as if that wasn't enough, we have to deal with indiscreet creeps making random, disrespectful remarks about our bust (and NO, it DOES NOT matter what clothes we are wearing)!!!




That's when you might get the urge to...




When running for the bus... Oh dear! 



But as the saying goes, the grass always seems greener on the other side.




Until next time,
Much Luv x 

*All images found on the internet via Google, and posted using Image Address.








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