But I feel like this is one of those subjects that needs to have a little conversation. Especially since there are so many young people getting plastic surgery now-a-days. I have an ass. I have hips. I started with a B cup. Not too bad right?
Most body parts, like your arms, legs, feet, and ears, grow to a certain size and then stop. Your boobs , on the other hand, are a completely different story. Your breast size and shape can go change throughout your life. Of course, your boobs tend to have a standard size that you consider your "normal. Here are the biggest factors that influence the overall size of your breasts. Your genes dictate your hair and skin color, how tall you are, and a bunch of other things including, yup, your breast size. But your genes are more likely to predict your breast baseline—not your actual size.
Dealing with gaping in the cups of your bra because your boobs don't fill them all the way out. Expecting at least SOME cleavage when wearing a V-neck dress, but pretty much just showcasing your sternum instead. Accidentally dropping food down your shirt and having it fall all the way to your waist because you don't have the boobs to catch it. Or, no matter how tight you think the band is, wearing a strapless bra and having it eventually become a bra-belt.
Let's get one thing straight: boobs are boobs. They can be round or flat, plump or small, pointy or saggy, wide-set or forward-facing. And did you know there are eight different types of nipples? That's right. And what's crazy is that the world expects all our boobs to be the same, to fit into some "perfect" mold—which usually includes a form-fitting bra.