Pretty much, yeah.
Yeah—finding cute stuff in a 32/34D was hard, and mainly had to happen online. Finding cute stuff in a 34/36 F/FF/G (wow, sizing is so not consistent when you get to this level) NURSING BRA? Erk.
Average bra size in the UK is 36D
Can we stop pretending they’re like *~*weirdly big boobs*~*!! Because, for real, I’ve been there, and it’s not that hard getting bras. Straight size shops carry bras in that size. You can get a bra for a reasonable amount of money. You have a choice of shops. Thin people banging on about how they can’t get bras they like as much as other bras and I can only shop in one store, and if I don’t like it, OH WELL, no-one cares because my boobs are no longer sexxxiii big bOObs, they’re a marker of my fatness.
As far as I can tell this Tumblr is for people with average/a bit over average size boobs to complain about inbetweenie type problems. Whatevs.
Reblogging for ^that^ commentary. My H-cups have no pity for the D-cups who can only find cute bras 95% of the time.
Well done, spoken like someone who completely missed the point of the comic. Did you stop and think that maybe part of the point of the comic was that there aren’t bras above E (or even D) at most stores? As far as I can tell, you just want to be angry for the sake of being angry.
And how exactly are the experiences of D cups in any way lessening your experience as an H cup? What, they aren’t allowed to have their own frustrations with their bodies because your frustrations are most pronounced and therefore better than theirs?
You’re welcome to not like the comic but I’ll be damned if people use my work to hate on other people. Learn to respect other people, please.
Honestly, I want to know. How is hating someone else for being frustrated with their bodies beneficial at all? I can’t imagine it actually makes someone feel better. Or maybe you just enjoy hating someone because learning to love the body you have is more challenging.
I really don’t understand this “My suffering is greater than yours and I am therefore better than you. Your opinions and experiences are pointless.” Someone please explain how this is okay.
Except I love my boobs, I just hate most stores for saddling me with the plain bras.
I’d also like to point out that in the US the average cup size might be a B but we also have a hell of a lot more people than the UK does. Therefore, there should be a bigger selection of bra sizes in sweet designs but there isn’t because small busts are the considered the norm. This is really frustrating and it can lead some of us to hating ourselves but I think taking your anger out on fellow sufferers is just wrong.