I love my 34A Breasts
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|Tue, 04-01-2003 - 5:57pm|
In an ideal world, we would be judged only on our personality, and not on our appearance. Unfortunately, we live in a culture which suggests that impossible standards and physical beauty are the norm. Many of us feel self-conscious and dissatisfied as a result. Breast size is a prime example.
I personally feel that we small breasted women whould embrace our natural beauty. A confident disposition and attitude is so much more enchanting than an unnatural foreign sac of goo placed inside the body.
I am sure I will get many angry replies telling me to mind my own business. I realize that the self confidence some women gain from implants may positively change their life. I wish not to disrespect those who get implants, but to celebrate the beauty of non-barbie-like breasts.
And now for my favorite Shakkira quote: "Lucky that my breasts are small and humble/So you don't confuse them with mountains,"