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    It's so frustrating wearing a Bra I hate wearing it. I feel trapped and it hurts- I've been measured by numerous amounts of bra specialists for the "right bra" but it never comes out okay. My boobs aren't saggy. I wear a bra all the time I just hate the feeling of being suffocated.
    Do any girls feel the same?
    Boys..I'm not sure whether you're welcome to this discussion
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    So don't wear one then. Not a complicated problem, truth be told.
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    dont wear it at night
    wear a supportive camisole at home or something
    or a bra without underwire (thats a free willy feeling x10)



    go braless and risk hitting yourself in the face when running down the stairs? not worth it
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    (Original post by History-Student)
    So don't wear one then. Not a complicated problem, truth be told.
    Thats one thing I don't want - is my boobs to sag! I wear a 32E and I don't think it's wise to not wear one with my size!
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    Its common now a days with girls walking by without a bra wearing just a t-top on.
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    If your boobs are tiny you might not need to wear 1. But it shouldn't feel like that, if it fits properly it should be comfy.
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    just go around in your birthday suit then.

    oh and pics or gtfo (Y)

    safe
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    (Original post by olympus123456)
    Its common now a days with girls walking by without a bra wearing just a t-top on.
    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    If your boobs are tiny you might not need to wear 1. But it shouldn't feel like that, if it fits properly it should be comfy.
    Well my boobs are quite large I think they will make a great significance to what I'm wearing..I don't know whether to risk it, or just get surgery done when i'm older
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    well you can either wear one and put up with it or not wear one and have your boobs flying around ll over the place- your choice really
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    braless all the way my friend!
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    Stop wearing it?
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    (Original post by Anya~)

    go braless and risk hitting yourself in the face when running down the stairs? not worth it

    Why would they hit you in the face lol? Unless they're super humongous, enough to even reach up to your face, and defy the laws of gravity I don't think that would be even be possible lol.


    OP, just wear one when you go out then?
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    Revisit the 1970s: burn it.
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    bring up the feminist movement burn bras and let dudes smile at you
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    Don't wear it and show us pictures.
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    How do they feel suffocating? I only get this if it is a poor fit or if I wear one at night.

    :confused:
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    I hate bras too, most uncomfortable things in the world. And no matter how much I get measured, and they say it is the right size, it doesn't feel like it fits right! I tend to go braless around the house and only wear one when I am out.
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    Try a different store? My (?ex)gf is well endowed so she goes to triumph.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thats one thing I don't want - is my boobs to sag! I wear a 32E and I don't think it's wise to not wear one with my size!
    Apparently wearing bras actually leads to sagginess not the other way round, google it.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    How do they feel suffocating? I only get this if it is a poor fit or if I wear one at night.

    :confused:
    forgive the slight male cluelessness... why on earth would anybody wear one at night?
 
 
 
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