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Teased for my small breasts – what can I do?

By Auntyji Tuesday, June 19, 2012 - 14:54
Q: I am a sixteen-year-old girl and I am unhappy about my small breasts. Can I do something to increase my boob size? I know that boys in my college make fun of me because I’m flat-chested. I feel very embarrassed. Shalini, Kunnur  

Even better news is that many, many girls don't hit that big growth spurt till they are 16 or 17. All of us have our own hormonal structure after all. So just don’t compare yourselves with anyone else. Who knows betaji, maybe you'll write a letter in two years that you're uncomfortable with your 'too big' breasts.

Boob jobs
So that's the optimistic scenario. The not so good news is that your breast size will not increase by any amount of worrying. Wahi hota hai ji manzoore khuda hota hai.

Mother Nature, in her infinite wisdom, decides for us, so why fight it? Yes, boob jobs are more common than ever, but I would strongly advise you against even considering them for the next decade or so. Let’s face it, for any sexual or biological function, breast size doesn’t matter.

Small but delicious
In fact enjoy your small and, dare I say, manageable breasts while you can. I envy you actually. No back or neck pains, no sagging and freedom to ditch the bra whenever you feel like it.

Everybody knows the smaller mangoes are more delicious. I know these cruel boys have put you under a lot of pressure, but they will also figure out that more than a handful anyways goes waste. Or maybe they’re just insecure about their own small sizes, if you'll pardon my brazenness.

Also remember that these boys might tease you, but by no means all men are lovers of large breasts. There are plenty who get much more excited by young ladies of your proportions!

Grass is greener
My dear Shalini, the most important thing is that whatever size you have, it's your own. Something to be proud of. Big-breasted women like me want smaller ones and I also know many more small chested women who aspire to have bigger busts.

But then, the grass is always greener on the other side. At least you smaller (read luckier) ones can use all sorts of optical illusions to size up – imagine my plight!

Fall in love
There is a reason and logic behind the proportions that nature endows us. And one must embrace it with full fervour. Worrying about each and every body part won't help. And let’s face it. No one can keep up with society's expectations with our skin colour, eye, hair, chest, legs etc etc etc. That perfect girl is only available in porn and toy stores. I am assuming you don’t aspire to be either.

So stop worrying and fall in love with your chest. If you really want bigger ones, keep your fingers crossed. But Auntyji says that abhi toh khelne kudne ki umar. Go out and play confidently. Ignore what others have to say, stay away from harsh sun this summer and keep on sipping Rooh Afza.

Even better news is that many, many girls don't hit that big growth spurt till they are 16 or 17. All of us have our own hormonal structure after all. So just don’t compare yourselves with anyone else. Who knows betaji, maybe you'll write a letter in two years that you're uncomfortable with your 'too big' breasts.

Boob jobs
So that's the optimistic scenario. The not so good news is that your breast size will not increase by any amount of worrying. Wahi hota hai ji manzoore khuda hota hai.

Mother Nature, in her infinite wisdom, decides for us, so why fight it? Yes, boob jobs are more common than ever, but I would strongly advise you against even considering them for the next decade or so. Let’s face it, for any sexual or biological function, breast size doesn’t matter.

Small but delicious
In fact enjoy your small and, dare I say, manageable breasts while you can. I envy you actually. No back or neck pains, no sagging and freedom to ditch the bra whenever you feel like it.

Everybody knows the smaller mangoes are more delicious. I know these cruel boys have put you under a lot of pressure, but they will also figure out that more than a handful anyways goes waste. Or maybe they’re just insecure about their own small sizes, if you'll pardon my brazenness.

Also remember that these boys might tease you, but by no means all men are lovers of large breasts. There are plenty who get much more excited by young ladies of your proportions!

Grass is greener
My dear Shalini, the most important thing is that whatever size you have, it's your own. Something to be proud of. Big-breasted women like me want smaller ones and I also know many more small chested women who aspire to have bigger busts.

But then, the grass is always greener on the other side. At least you smaller (read luckier) ones can use all sorts of optical illusions to size up – imagine my plight!

Fall in love
There is a reason and logic behind the proportions that nature endows us. And one must embrace it with full fervour. Worrying about each and every body part won't help. And let’s face it. No one can keep up with society's expectations with our skin colour, eye, hair, chest, legs etc etc etc. That perfect girl is only available in porn and toy stores. I am assuming you don’t aspire to be either.

So stop worrying and fall in love with your chest. If you really want bigger ones, keep your fingers crossed. But Auntyji says that abhi toh khelne kudne ki umar. Go out and play confidently. Ignore what others have to say, stay away from harsh sun this summer and keep on sipping Rooh Afza.

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