Short answer: No, there’s nothing wrong with small nipples
Long answer: …and there’s nothing wrong with large nipples. Or any nipples at all. DUDE, THEY’RE NIPPLES. EVERYONE HAS THEM. AND EVERYONE’S NIPPLES ARE A DIFFERENT SIZE.
That’s as silly as saying “is brown hair gross? some guy on a forum said brown hair is gross.” WHO CARES?! The guy on the thread has an opinion - that opinion is the opinion OF ONE SINGLE GUY. Not every guy. Not even most guys. Just one guy. Who cares about one guy, especially if he’s just some random one on a thread?!
If you breasts are larger, your areola are probably larger. If your breasts are smaller, they’ll probably be smaller. This is nothing except common fucking sense. Neither is wrong or ‘disgusting’. NOTHING about your body is ‘wrong’ or ‘disgusting’. Body dysphoria is a thing, and a very real one at that, but no body is inherently disgusting to all individuals. In fact, most of us are just trained by society to find certain traits unseemly, but that doesn’t make them unseemly!
SMALL NIPPLES ARE SMALL.
THAT IS ALL.
I HAVE GOTTEN THREE OF THESE MESSAGES, WILL YOU STOP
IF I LOSE ANY MORE WEIGHT I WILL FLOAT OFF INTO THE SKY WITHOUT THE NEED FOR ANY AIRCRAFT
That’s great! :) Self confidence is always one of the best things to carry with you!
I basically just buy whatever I want? Idk, everyone has their own style they prefer. I think there’s ways to accent or brush over your figure, but that goes for any fashion. However, I don’t think that there’s a specific style you’re supposed to stick to just because of your shape. Experiment! Buy whatever the hell makes you feel good! Have fun!
Seriously, I just buy clothes I like. :P (Also, I swim in swimtrunks and a wifebeater, so don’t ask me about that, hahaha)
ftw Having a small chest is nothing to be ashamed of! I am 18 with an A cup and I have nothing to complain about. I’ll admit that I used to be self conscious when all my friends were in the B-C range and I still had my 6th grade chest, but at this point, I dont mind at all. I love my petite body and all that comes with it! If you are confident with your body, other will notice in a good way. I sometimes joke about my small chest with my boyfriend, but he just smiles and says they’re perfect and that he loves them! So girls, remember that chest size is only one attribute. Flaunt those legs, that waist, those arms, that bum! And if you’re ready, flaunt that chest! Because it’s just a matter of loving what you have.
I’m a man, and I love smaller-chested women. B’s are Beautiful, A’s are Awesome! Ladies, it takes all kinds. There are folks who think you’re the most beautiful thing in the world. Believe it or not, there are large-breasted women who wish they were smaller. So don’t worry, ladies. Someone out there thinks you’re sexy.
Vigorous aerobic exercise. This will reduce your overall body fat content, and since breasts are mostly fatty tissue, they will shrink. A side benefit is that your muscles will show a little more as you become more lean, and that will be a very sexy look. I’d recommend (after consulting your doctor to make sure you are healthy enough) running 3 or 4 miles, 3 times a week. Join a running class and get your distance up gradually, and you’ll see results in a few months.
I can’t say there’s s a way to make them SMALLER but there is a way to tone your body to make it less noticeable?
Basically you have to get your abdomen muscle mass up so you look flatter overall. And shoulder strength helps too.
In fashion, there are ways to make yourself more flat. Binding, for instance, or wearing something which focuses on how flat you are. That means no v-necks - they partially create an illusion of a cleavage even without one. Horizontal stripes, on the other hand, should help!
Just experiment, see what look you do best, etc… :)
It’s true, and in fact androgyny is gaining popularity CRAZY fast right now!
Not to mention that historically speaking, all types of bodies rise and fall in fashion through time. But that shouldn’t dictate confidence. All bodies are wonderful! :)
Awww, that sounds cute! :) Good point, too.