Now, why didn't they let Roxane Gay answer this question?
I Went Braless During Lockdown. What Do I Do Now?
|by Anonymous||reply 22||05/04/2021|
Either money-grubbing, alien sex robots or free-bleeding, bra-less, unshaven rape accusers and all alcoholic drama machines... why would anyone want to be straight?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||04/30/2021|
A controversy over going bra-free? Is it the '70s again?
|by Anonymous||reply 2||04/30/2021|
Can some DL ladies explain the issue with bras. I hear women complain about bras all the time and how they can't wait to get home and take their bras off. Can you provide some insight on the bra thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||04/30/2021|
R1 or a lesbian for that matter
|by Anonymous||reply 4||04/30/2021|
Top surgery and transitioning will fix this.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||04/30/2021|
WTF is this doing here?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||04/30/2021|
r3, they're simply incredibly frigging uncomfortable. Especially in the summer with heat and humidity
|by Anonymous||reply 7||04/30/2021|
My big ole titties love this! 🍈 🍈
|by Anonymous||reply 8||04/30/2021|
Erin Go Braless
|by Anonymous||reply 9||04/30/2021|
Some men should wear bras.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||04/30/2021|
Your poor bras, Roxane at R8!
|by Anonymous||reply 11||05/04/2021|
If I was a woman I would hate wearing that shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||05/04/2021|
I always imagine the underwire must dig in and the straps must hurt and leave marks, I don't know whether that's true or not though.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||05/04/2021|
I don't want to wear dress shirts and ties and pants that need to be ironed any longer after a year in lockdown.
Can I declare myself dissatisfied with social norms and wear pajamas to the office from now on?
|by Anonymous||reply 14||05/04/2021|
Another embarrassing piece in the NYT. The headline states that women don't want to be 'harnessed' anymore, yet they then go on to say that bra sales have increased. Who is in charge over there? They're going to be as bad as CNN soon.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||05/04/2021|
As God Is My Witness, My Breasts Will Never Be Locked Up Again: How I Came To Live Freeboobing And Other Lessons From Covid Quarantine
|by Anonymous||reply 16||05/04/2021|
Women ditched their bra's back in the 1970s. Nobody has asked them to put them back on - blame your parents. I really don't give a fuck if women wear a bra or not. They could so topless for all I care.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||05/04/2021|
The rabbit holes I go down...
From what I can gather, red marks, bra prints, bruising, indented shoulders, and unrelenting misery are common. And if you have dark spots from underwires digging into your sternum, just make the bra even tighter.
[quote]This sounds like it may just be hyperpigmentation! It could be that the bra has stretched a bit and may be slightly loose in the back, which can cause the wires to shift and apply more pressure to your body.This sound may sound counter-intuitive, but you may want to try tightening the back of the bra to see if this helps. You could try gently bending the center wires away from your sternum to relieve some of the pressure. Hope this helps!
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|by Anonymous||reply 18||05/04/2021|
Is it more uncomfortable to wear a bra that keeps everything in place or more uncomfortable to have your tits flapping all over the place?
|by Anonymous||reply 19||05/04/2021|
I feel like bras are one of those legitimate women's problems that in great part are made more problematic by women's own expectations.
I understand that it can be painful to have the weight of one's breasts pulling at her shoulders, and that's a basic function of any bra.
But are underwires and hot padding basic functions of bras? They're aesthetic. I was so surprised when I was younger and my women friends always dragged me into Victoria's Secret where they'd spend a good hour looking at and trying on bras. They were always thickly padded and looked like they'd be hot and uncomfortable, but my friends seemed to practically fetishize them, far more interested in bras' designs than comfort. Being a gay man, I had zero interest whatsoever and found the fixation to be confounding. I guess as women get older, they start to lose interest in style and care more about comfort and support, and I say good for them. It seems like women have always been in this strange position of wearing (and wanting to wear for the sake of competing with other women) strange foundation garments that change the shapes of their bodies, whether it's corsets or petticoats or bustles or padded push-up bras. Get over it, ladies.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||05/04/2021|
"Freeboobing" needs to trend on Twitter.
It's one of those phrases that will titillate straight men, until they see who posts their bra-free glamour shots.
I'm sure there are a healthy number of trans who will also complain about their painful, crippling bras, just like real women! (And be obviously turned on by doing so).
|by Anonymous||reply 21||05/04/2021|
That bra? On YOU???
|by Anonymous||reply 22||05/04/2021|