Over the last couple of weeks, I have been bookmarking quite a few wonderful, well-written, and interesting articles to share with you, and I finally had the time to compile all of them into one blog!
- Valentine’s Day is on the horizon which means many women will be modelling sexy lingerie for their partners, and the Lingerie Lesbian offers practical, confidence boosting tips for wearing lingerie and feeling comfortable.
- On the bra fitting front, bust-friendly clothing company Cambell & Kate provides “Four Steps for Finding the Best Big Bust Bra Fitter for You” as well as tips for “Getting the Best Big Bust Fit Beneath Your Clothes.” Furthermore, Sweet Nothings writes about “What a Good Bra Fitting Experience Should Be Like,” and Busts of Gotham discusses how your bra size often varies because of the style or manufacturer. Analogously, Bras I Hate & Love posted about the difference between full on top and full on bottom breasts and how this impacts which bras work for you. Finally, Darlene of Hourglassy wrote about the importance of tacking in the fit of your bras.
- Women of all sizes can appreciate Boosaurus’s comprehensive round-up of the smaller-busted bloggers and the perspectives they offer.
- Many of you have asked if I have seen the TV Show Double Divas, so I watched the pilot episode. My thoughts mirror those of Fussy Busty!
- To counterweight all the discussions we have about bras, Nothing Ever Fits and Nobody Ever Sympathizes wrote an interesting article entitled “I don’t need bras I just happen to like them” on how we do not physically need to wear bras.
- A few weeks ago, a bioethicist made waves by claiming we should fat-shame people to make them lose weight (I’m not linking to it because I’m not giving it any traffic), and June of Braless in Brasil wrote a powerful response about how “You can’t shame people thin.“
- Also on the weight-related front, Anna Almendrala wrote a thought-provoking article about how being a mixed weight couple was causing trouble in her marriage. Already Pretty provided some insight on how to cope if someone (incorrectly) assumes you’re pregnant which resonated with me.
- Finally, Claire of the Butterfly Collection wrote passionately about the judgments and assumptions women receive because of what they wear.
Have a wonderful week everybody!