[quick note: this post applies primarily to people with biological breasts who wish to house them in bras. it does not cover binding or prostheses. i am, however, happy to fix any problematic language.]
ASSERTION: boobs are totally awesome. that’s why you should take care of yours.
if you’ve never gotten professionally fitted for a bra, or if you did it someplace shitty like victoria’s secret, or if you were fitted once when you first sprouted boobs and never again, or if you’ve gained/lost weight recently, or if you used one of those fancy online calculators, you’re most likely wearing the wrong bra size, particularly if you have large breasts and a small frame.
listen, i’m 24 years old and NO ONE EVER TOLD ME THIS SHIT. i went to buy (correctly-sized!) bras this morning and there was a little girl maybe 11 or 12 at the store who looked like she’d rather die than be there while her mother picked out bras for her. why sex ed shows girls horrifying birthing videos but leaves them in the dark about how to find a bra that fits their changing bodies is beyond me. BUT I DIGRESS. lrn2bra under the cut.
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I read books and comics. I watch television. I ship characters every which way. Femslash is my favorite. I don't know what else to put here.
This thing will be so not quality.
Maybe Glee is entirely a fantasy. The wild fantasies of an 11-year-old Rachel Berry, who was institutionalized after having a nervous breakdown following a third place finish in a Little Miss Wonderful pageant. She is confined to a straight-jacket in a rubber room and can only imagine what high school could be like, if she hadn’t fallen so hard. It explains why the show makes no sense and Rachel dresses like a little girl.
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