See What Others Are Saying about the Your Breast Self movement . . .
Your Breast Self started as an experiment, driven by a personal need and desire to inspire others through my story. It all began with one blog post on Medium.com . . .
The response from my first post blew me away. I was not expecting to get the type of feedback that I did, and it compelled me to keep going. Your response has shown me just how much a movement and community around this topic is needed.
In the spirit of fostering community and supporting each other, I want to share some of the amazing comments I’ve heard from women so far:
“This is such an inspiring campaign regarding women’s self image and what we want to portray to society for acceptance and self-confidence. I think this is great and it’s totally altering my intention for a breast augmentation.”
“Your page is amazing, we need more people like you out there that speak the truth on such topics! I totally feel more confident now about my body, I used to get teased for it since 5th grade. Thank you again, keep giving positiveness”
“I found your site and e-book through instagram and I really appreciate the work you do! My biggest frustration is not feeling like a woman…. feeling like I was 12, surrounded by more curvy girls in an environment where everyone was hooking up except me…. it was hard on my self-esteem. And also I feel like I can’t even talk about it because girls with small breasts are often talked over, since we’re in the minority, or we’re just completely brushed off because we don’t have it “as bad” as busty girls, in certain ways. That really frustrates me, being condescended to and not being taken seriously, so I’m glad you made a place for us! :)”
“I absolutely love your Instagram and I love your blog even more! Keep up the good work, you’re helping a lot of flat chested girls!”
“Thank you so much for all you’re doing for women like us. I have *extreme* insecurity about my breasts, which actually didn’t even start until a couple years ago, when I dated a certain man who happened to like big boobs… Again, thank you so much for doing what you’re doing.”
“I am so glad that I found your blog! I feel an extreme amount of pressure to be bigger and have perfectly round boobs in order to be sexy and enough for someone….I’ve been trying to understand that all breasts are normal no matter the shape or size. That I don’t have to look a certain way to be considered beautiful or be a certain size to be a woman. I really look forward to reading the ebook and more of your posts. Thank you for doing what you do.”
“I’ve been feeling really self conscious about my small boobs lately and your Instagram is honestly so inspirational.”
I feel SO grateful for the opportunity to inspire women, and hearing your feedback keeps me going. It’s *why* I do what I do.
I hope you are as inspired by this feedback as I am. Inspiring you, inspires me.
So thank you for sharing. Your willingness to be vulnerable and candid is exactly what we need to start reshaping the conversation. So keep it up!