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Offline aboywithgirls

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I agree, both that the Mrs. has a flair and that you could benefit from the greater support of underwire.  That emerald bra is made to be scene, and you are so full busted
I get the full busted comment alot lol
Most likely the only one to see it will be the Mrs * hopefully that was her idea with it lol*
Absolutely! Your breasts are a gift. A nice looking bra is like nice wrapping paper for you to re-gift them to someone special 😍🤗🥰

your sis,
Sophie
At first I didn't see them as a gift more of a curse but slowly I have come to enjoy them and the next step was a bra to help with aching and back pain
I soooooo understand 🤗. I certainly didn't feel like my girls were any sort of gift, but rather a curse that was a source of taunting, groping, and embarrassment for most of my teens. I started wearing a bra at 12 and full-time when I was 16. I wore a 36D when I graduated high school. It was only when I started to accept them as my own and truly own them, I could love myself. I started wearing clothing that fit from women's stores and boutiques. I eventually ended up realizing what I knew all along. I was actually a woman. This meant that I could drop the gynecomastia label that was placed  on me as well as the crossdresser label no longer applied. I could accept that my breasts belonged to me and be proud of who I was. It all made sense.

Im certainly not saying that anyone should follow me down the path I chose. I do believe that we all need to accept ourselves and wish each other complete happiness and enjoy the way we were all created.

🤗🥰😍❤
your sis,
Sophie
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Online Kazmage

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I agree, both that the Mrs. has a flair and that you could benefit from the greater support of underwire.  That emerald bra is made to be scene, and you are so full busted
I get the full busted comment alot lol
Most likely the only one to see it will be the Mrs * hopefully that was her idea with it lol*
Absolutely! Your breasts are a gift. A nice looking bra is like nice wrapping paper for you to re-gift them to someone special 😍🤗🥰

your sis,
Sophie
At first I didn't see them as a gift more of a curse but slowly I have come to enjoy them and the next step was a bra to help with aching and back pain
I soooooo understand 🤗. I certainly didn't feel like my girls were any sort of gift, but rather a curse that was a source of taunting, groping, and embarrassment for most of my teens. I started wearing a bra at 12 and full-time when I was 16. I wore a 36D when I graduated high school. It was only when I started to accept them as my own and truly own them, I could love myself. I started wearing clothing that fit from women's stores and boutiques. I eventually ended up realizing what I knew all along. I was actually a woman. This meant that I could drop the gynecomastia label that was placed  on me as well as the crossdresser label no longer applied. I could accept that my breasts belonged to me and be proud of who I was. It all made sense.

Im certainly not saying that anyone should follow me down the path I chose. I do believe that we all need to accept ourselves and wish each other complete happiness and enjoy the way we were all created.

🤗🥰😍❤
your sis,
Sophie
I have no wish to become a woman I am just a man that for some reason no doctor can tell me why I have grown breasts 
I fought for so long but with encouragement from my sister and partner I finally relented and tried a bra and what a relief 
It has stopped the aches and pains hasn't stopped the itchy buzing feeling feeling though 
It is a wierd feeling when I take it for a shower I immediately feel the weight on my chest 

Offline SideSet

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Your sister and partner saw you had breasts just like them and other women and that you needed to wear a bra both for comfort and appearance.

Good for them for being accepting and caring and for urging and helping you start wearing a bra. 

BTW, you look great in those bras  

Offline bustymale

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I agree you look good in those bras.  So good your wife even got you something fun and sexy as well as functional.  Are she and/or your sister as full busted as you are?

Online Kazmage

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The Mrs is on the bigger size yes my sis I don't know as she is not my actual sister and she lives in America but we talk about everything and have known each other for years 

Offline aboywithgirls

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I agree, both that the Mrs. has a flair and that you could benefit from the greater support of underwire.  That emerald bra is made to be scene, and you are so full busted
I get the full busted comment alot lol
Most likely the only one to see it will be the Mrs * hopefully that was her idea with it lol*
Absolutely! Your breasts are a gift. A nice looking bra is like nice wrapping paper for you to re-gift them to someone special 😍🤗🥰

your sis,
Sophie
At first I didn't see them as a gift more of a curse but slowly I have come to enjoy them and the next step was a bra to help with aching and back pain
I soooooo understand 🤗. I certainly didn't feel like my girls were any sort of gift, but rather a curse that was a source of taunting, groping, and embarrassment for most of my teens. I started wearing a bra at 12 and full-time when I was 16. I wore a 36D when I graduated high school. It was only when I started to accept them as my own and truly own them, I could love myself. I started wearing clothing that fit from women's stores and boutiques. I eventually ended up realizing what I knew all along. I was actually a woman. This meant that I could drop the gynecomastia label that was placed  on me as well as the crossdresser label no longer applied. I could accept that my breasts belonged to me and be proud of who I was. It all made sense.

Im certainly not saying that anyone should follow me down the path I chose. I do believe that we all need to accept ourselves and wish each other complete happiness and enjoy the way we were all created.

🤗🥰😍❤
your sis,
Sophie
I have no wish to become a woman I am just a man that for some reason no doctor can tell me why I have grown breasts
I fought for so long but with encouragement from my sister and partner I finally relented and tried a bra and what a relief
It has stopped the aches and pains hasn't stopped the itchy buzing feeling feeling though
It is a wierd feeling when I take it for a shower I immediately feel the weight on my chest
-I have no wish to become a woman I am just a man that for some reason no doctor can tell me why I have grown breasts-
I don't blame you. It is certainly not easier being a woman. However, for me, it is a lot better. It's more work and more expensive. It's very much worth every penny for me to be me. 

Online Kazmage

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Fair enough we are all different and that is your path and your happy with it so I say f what anyone else thinks 
I have looked at maybe trying a woman's shirt and jeans and see if they fit me better and are more comfortable around the chest area 

Online Kazmage

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I figured I would add a pic of me without a bra on to show what I am working with lol

Offline aboywithgirls

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Definitely feminine breasts. Large aeriolas. Definitely estrogen doing its thing. They are beautiful and so are you! 🥰🤗❤🥰

your sis,
Sophie

Offline SideSet

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 I can see why your wife and sister urged you to start wearing a bra. And I can see why when she started wearing a bra, you found that you feel and look much better in one. Your breasts are full and womanly with large feminine areolae and nipples.   Pretty sure you’ll be wearing a bra the rest of your life, just like a woman  

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I only wear underwire as I tried without and I felt it didn't give me enough support
Oh yeah, I’m a underwire type of guy my self. I find it more supporting and doesn’t ride up.

Online Kazmage

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Exactly why I like them at first I was looking for plain old boring bras 
But now I don't care as long as they fit and support well I don't care what they look like lol


 

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