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    I can see why having to wear a bra might feel a little constrained if you're large chested.
    Just don't wear one at home.
    Although be warned of droop-age.
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    I personaly do not like wearing them either, but I need that extra padding if you know what I mean lol
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    (Original post by lilyrawstorne)
    Girls do - I don't but all my friends will when we stay at each others houses ... If I'm at a party and crashing though I'd feel naked not wearing one
    Yeh my ex did, i dont know if she still does, and my current gf doesnt...

    I never really understood it, but recognised it as one of those things im happy not knowing about :P
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    Feel free to take it off, I have no objections, neither does the rest of the male race.
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    forgive the slight male cluelessness... why on earth would anybody wear one at night?
    I shall join in with female cluelessness. I don't get it either. Your boobs aren't gonna sag more at night because you're not wearing a bra, surely… :rolleyes:
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    i used to hate them! but i just tried all kinds of bras until i found one that i liked

    at home i just wear my 'comfy bra' (dosen't do much for the shape but it supports them just fine ) but when im out and around people (lol ) i have a good supporting bra which adds shape and stuff, you just have to find one you like the feel of....

    it's really down to the girl just go on a mahossive bra shopping day, try them all on and if you've got measured before use that as a guide like if you a 36C by measurment but you try it on and the cup size it too big or too small then just get the other cup size!

    hope this helped! xx
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    Just wear it. Trust me an older lady I know very well decided the boob constrains weren't for her in her hippy youth and MY GOD, they sit lower than the waistband of her jeans...

    sad times
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    I actually went a while without a bra because my boobs are quite small and actually found that they grew (was probably wearing too-small bras tbh) but hey less pain and bigger boobs kerchinggg.
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    You don't have to wear a bra if you don't wanna. :sexface:
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    I feel your pain.

    28FF= small girl, painfully big boobs. Also, it's an irritating size, because I always have to order it in.

    I'd be more worried about my nips showing through clothes than them going saggy though!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    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
    then let me take it off! :sexface:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Try a different store? My (?ex)gf is well endowed so she goes to triumph.
    She has a large penis? :gah:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    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
    I love girls like you.
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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!
    I'm a 32E as well, and I cant stand wearing bras. They're so constrictive and uncomfortable, I'd love it if I were smaller.

    But we cant not wear one, unfortunately.
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    Can I just say, reading this thread has made my boobs feel really achey?

    Weird.
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    if your breasts are large surely it will hurt more if you dont wear a bra as they wont be supported

    you might have to invest in a quite expensive one maybe from Rugby and Peller they are around £65 but they do amazing fittings
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    (Original post by Anatheme)
    I shall join in with female cluelessness. I don't get it either. Your boobs aren't gonna sag more at night because you're not wearing a bra, surely… :rolleyes:
    you are not supposed to wear them at night when you are in bed...to let them rest( hmmm that sounds weird haha)
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    (Original post by anoushka1)
    you are not supposed to wear them at night when you are in bed...to let them rest( hmmm that sounds weird haha)
    Well I definitely don't and I just think it's silly and harmful to keep it at night
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    Then don't wear one ffs.
    Be like the women in A_Master's sig.
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    Find one that's comfortable, maybe that doesn't have an underwire?
    Or you could just not wear one but as you're large-chested I can see why that would be a problem too.
 
 
 
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