How important is it to have larger breast? Honest and serious answer only please

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  1. CandyFlossx profile image54
    CandyFlossxposted 9 years ago

    How important is it to have larger breast? Honest and serious answer only please.

    I'm only an A cup and feeling highly self conscious about myself. My body measurement is 32" 23" 36" and 166 cm in hight but lately everywhere I turned there's always men saying how they prefer larger breast than small one and everyone seems to make such big deal about having large pair of boobs. I've always though that I have perfect body measurements but some say that because I have small breast I'm considered "not curvy" and that I need to have larger pair of boobs to look nice. Can someone please confirm this theory to me because I am considering getting breast implant.

  2. Aime F profile image71
    Aime Fposted 9 years ago

    If you're happy with your body, then that's all that matters. I'm not a man, but from my experience, every man has different preferences. For every guy that likes huge breasts, you'll probably find one who likes smaller breasts. And in my totally non-expert opinion, I think most guys are happy to see boobs regardless of their size.

    I've also heard plenty of men say that they prefer natural breasts of any size over implants.

    Ultimately, if you want to get implants then it's your choice, but that decision needs to come from within you and not from the idea of what you think men might prefer. Anyone worth being with would love you regardless of the size of your breasts. So, if you're confident with yourself as you are, then keep it that way!

    1. CandyFlossx profile image54
      CandyFlossxposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for your fast positive answer

  3. Katrina Speights profile image67
    Katrina Speightsposted 9 years ago

    Ignore those who say you don't have enough, if you love you, that's all that matters. Being a lesbian, some guys have opened up to me about things they would never tell another guy, but don't mind telling a girl they are approaching for an physical encounter. A lot of them have said that the only reason they say want a large breasted woman is because it is socially expected. For many all they are looking for is a "handful" , to use their words. Everyone has different qualities they are looking for, don't change yourself for the ideas of someone else, find someone who wants you as you are. You will have a much more fulfilling and healthy relationship if you do not give in to those who say you are not good enough, for whatever reason.

    1. CandyFlossx profile image54
      CandyFlossxposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for the helpful reply.

  4. junkseller profile image79
    junksellerposted 9 years ago

    It doesn't matter at all. If your breast size is a deal breaker for a man, than he probably isn't someone that you want to be with.

    We all have preferences, but I guarantee you that just as many men prefer big vs small vs any size at all (with "I don't care, just let me see them" being by far the most common preference). A lot of men, me included, simply prefer a body to be natural.

    Society presents a very warped view of what is preferred. If you are hearing a lot of preference for large breasts that is probably largely because polite men aren't going to talk about boob size preference at all.

    Really take a good look at the character of men who are stating this preference and ask yourself if you really want to mold your body to their likes.

    Of course you don't have to mold your body to anyone's whims but your own. Loving yourself as you are is a useful exercise to work on. Incidentally, a woman who is confident in her body and likes herself is very attractive, regardless of measurements.

    And if you really want to get down to it, breasts have a number of attributes: size, shape, movement, and feel, all of which can be delightful to a male purveyor. I'm not sure women really understand the full nature of our delight with them. A nice wiggle goes a long way and I wouldn't normally be so blunt, but since you asked the question, I thought it might be worth mentioning. Breast implants boost size but usually at the expense of giving them an odd shape, limiting their natural movement, and changing how they feel.

    I think a lot of women with smaller chests end up wearing some sort of padded or push-up bra, which like an implant, may boost size but does so at the expense of movement and shape. Have a small chest and want to turn heads? Wear a thin shirt with a light bra (or no bra) that allows some wiggle and maybe some nipple action and I guarantee they'll be noticed. Now I'm not saying to do that on a regular basis, but if you wanted to try it as a test (or for a specific test subject) it might be a useful way of discovering how much allure any pair of boobs can have.

    Finally, and again I apologize for being so blunt, but I am looking at your photo and can't figure out how anyone wouldn't be very happy looking at you. You're gorgeous exactly as you are, just go out and work it.

    1. junkseller profile image79
      junksellerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I totally used the word purveyor wrong. Not sure what I was thinking.

    2. CandyFlossx profile image54
      CandyFlossxposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      thank you so much for that reply. made me feel a lot better about myself.

  5. mgeorge1050 profile image83
    mgeorge1050posted 9 years ago

    It is only important to shallow guys.  There is nothing wrong with you the way you are.

    1. CandyFlossx profile image54
      CandyFlossxposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      you are very right. can't believe i have never though of that before. thank you

    2. stiggies profile image68
      stiggiesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I wouldn't say it's important to just shallow guys. Decent men might be attracted to large breasts and rate that factor but ultimately if breast size is the MOST important thing then yeah that guy is probably shallow.

    3. dashingscorpio profile image80
      dashingscorpioposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      The only  difference between being "shallow" and having a "preference" is when others dislike (your) desires! No one would call a 6 foot woman shallow for refusing to date a man because he's 5'4''. Everyone is entitled to like what they like.

    4. mgeorge1050 profile image83
      mgeorge1050posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      So, dashingscorpio,  is a woman who prefers to only date rich men shallow?  I would call a woman shallow for refusing to date a shorter man.  That is sort of the definition of being shallow.  I guess we can just agree to disagree.

    5. Aime F profile image71
      Aime Fposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Nothing wrong with having physical/superficial preferences. Allowing those preferences to overrule a connection or refusing to give someone a chance because they don't have your preferred hair colour, breast size, etc. is what makes it shallow.

    6. dashingscorpio profile image80
      dashingscorpioposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      mgeorge1050, I guess we have to agree to disagree. :-)
      CandyFlossx, Most things we're attracted towards are NOT an "acquired taste". It's just a (preference). If you don't find short/bald, or toothless men attractive it doesn't mean you're shallow

  6. stiggies profile image68
    stiggiesposted 9 years ago

    I can give you a story about how breast size shouldn't matter and how personality counts (and it does) but let's be honest. In general guys want some sort of attraction. Breasts are as important as people make it out to be. A girl with large breasts would see it as the best way to attract guys and it would be important to her and the guys that notice. A girl with a great ass would see this as her most important asset and would show off by wearing tighter jeans. The list of things that attract men is quite long so cleverly use what you think might do the job. Whether hair, legs, waist, eyes etc...

  7. peeples profile image93
    peeplesposted 9 years ago

    I'm going to give you a bit too personal experience with reality advice. Looking at your pic, you are young, I'd guess teen years still. The woman body is an amazing thing. Have you considered that you shouldn't have to have giant boobs to attract a man who will end up loving you? Have you considered the fact that if you ever have children your boobs WILL grow and be a wonderful addition to your other addition (baby)? Have you considered that if you ever thicken up any, your boobs WILL grow? Have you ever seen a thick woman with A cups? Not likely. Hun, I grew boobs before I was 10, then they stalled out at a B cup until I had my first child and they became temporary wonderful Ds that turned into C's after breastfeeding was over. 3 kids later and my boobs have fluctuated between B and DD's. That's the wonderful human female body. It changes with age and often in great natural ways. Now with that said, a bit of advice from my husband. Men are told to like large breast by the media from a young age. As they mature and grow into themselves they figure out what they really like and don't like. My husband has always liked the fact that the size or my breast have changed naturally back and forth because he gets to "try out" new ones all the time. Now with all that said, do A boobs make you curvy? Not in my opinion, but why in the hell would you want someone who only found you attractive based on you needing to get fake boobs and lose your natural, less curvy for now body?

    1. CandyFlossx profile image54
      CandyFlossxposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I am about to turn 20 next couple of weeks so I'm far from the developing stage but thank you for your advise. I only look like hourglass because I have extremely small waist (23 inches around) but people have been telling me lately that small waist

    2. peeples profile image93
      peeplesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      My point about your age is just because you are 19 doesn't mean your body is done changing. I'm 30 and my body still changes. Just don't worry about others and focus on being happy.

    3. Aime F profile image71
      Aime Fposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Agree! I think you'll find that having children is like nature's breast implants. I would seriously advise anyone who had even the slightest interest in having kids to hold off on implants until they're done having them. They change A LOT.

  8. dashingscorpio profile image80
    dashingscorpioposted 9 years ago

    Speaking from a male point of view there are men who love women of all shapes and sizes. Many men consider actresses Cameron Diaz, Kate Hudson, Michelle Pffeifer, and Calista Flockhart to be beautiful.
    They're not exactly known for their cup size!
    In fact these days a lot of women would envy your small waist with a 36" hip measurement! Odds are your breast will grow overtime and especially after having children. Having a round booty is what is in style these days!
    Ironically a lot of women with large boobs complain about men NOT looking them in their face. It's almost a cliché to hear them say;
    "My face is up here!"
    If you have to change to get a man then you have not met the man for you! With over 7 billion people on the planet odds are you're someone's type! Know yourself, Love yourself, and Trust yourself!

  9. DDE profile image47
    DDEposted 9 years ago

    Your breast size shouldn't concern you it all happens in time.  Guys  like women of  all shapes and sizes not every guy will want the one with big breasts. A natural body shows more than having implants.

  10. profile image0
    ronald medinaposted 9 years ago

    For me large or small boobs are not important as long as you have a good personality and positive attitude in life .

  11. Rebecca Hillary profile image75
    Rebecca Hillaryposted 9 years ago

    Trust me, big breasts are not a good thing. I'm a G-cup, and that's not bragging, because who would want to brag about constant back pain, 'breast-pit' sweat, an inability to sleep comfortably, no chance of getting nicely fitted clothes, expensive bras, wise-cracks from everyone I know - including my children - about the size of my breasts.
    Be happy with what you've got. If anything I'm jealous of you not having to put up with the stress of large breasts!

  12. Intisar Affan profile image60
    Intisar Affanposted 9 years ago

    Well, from the beginning of mankind men has been always attracted firstly to breasts then the body figure of a women. But you know, the importance of breast implant or having larger breasts depends more on you cause,

    1. If you want to attract others.

    2. If you want to attract your boyfriend.

    3. If you are determined to do it by hearing from others.

    1-If you want to attract others you can do it as you know,'mens will be mens' but remember 'Friends will be friends'

    2- Well, love doesn't matter body figure it mainly matters your personality. If you can attract you opposite gender using your personality thats best but using body figure? that may not be good...

    3- Are you determined to do it??? well, I am not telling that breast implant is bad but there are some risks,

    While studies have not found evidence that
    breast implants, either silicone or saline, are
    connected with serious disease, there are still
    risks. There are also long-term implications.
    Here are some of the breast implant safety
    issues that you need to consider.
    The need for further surgeries. Over time, breast
    implants wear out and need to be replaced. How
    long do breast implants last? There's no
    definitive answer. In general, rupture becomes
    more likely as breast implants age. The FDA
    estimates that breast implants should last at
    least ten years. Studies have shown that some
    breast implants last much longer than that and
    others much less.
    Rupture isn't the only problem that requires
    surgery. Over time, breast implants can change
    shape. One breast might start to look very
    different from the other. Sometimes, the tissue
    around the implant hardens, a condition called
    capsular contracture. Surgery is the only way to
    fix capsular contracture.
    If you get breast implants and want to maintain
    your breast size and shape for the rest of your
    life, you should be prepared to have a number of
    additional surgeries. The surgery to replace an
    implant is not as involved as the original
    procedure. However, the risk of complications is
    actually higher. In addition, insurance rarely pays
    for these revision surgeries.


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