Q. Can I see your boobs?
A heavy frost had settled overnight. The sun crept over the cottage roof across the lane and the frost crept back towards the slates in the shade. I was wondering how the crooked aerial was still clinging on to the crooked chimney stack, as Little Juniper sat on my lap and watched the news channel. […]
A study was released last week that claims to have found a possible genetic link between breast cancer and larger bra sizes. While it hasn’t gotten much coverage, most of the headlines I’ve seen about it make it sound like a done deal: those of us with large breasts are more likely to develop breast […]
My worth isn’t defined by my breasts, it shouldn’t be defined by my breasts but in little ways, I do let my breasts define my worth. Breasts tend to be seen as a defining characteristic of what makes a woman a woman, so when breasts are deformed, it isn’t a very big leap to somehow […]
No, I’m not talking about cell phones. This is about something much more important: my boobs.
In fifth grade, my best friend got a bra; I let my mom know that I definitely needed one more than my friend did, so we went shopping. I got a Little Teen Miss white training bra with a pink bow, and I wore it and giggled when the boys tried to snap it. In […]