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    I hate bras and would gladly go without, because I have a different size breasts. I only wear sport-style bras. But if I go without, I have very visible nips so I don't think it is socially acceptable. So, thick sports bras.
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    Dosent always work... I went from a 36 E to a 34 DD (which means my actuall boobs dropped 2 sizes)
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    Yeah... I know. Not always.

    But it is a definite trend. Thus the threads about it.
    Normally it's the whole "the boobs are the first to go" with weight loss, and that was my experience in the past.

    Not this time.
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    Oh God, if my body leans out but my boobs stay the same, I will literally look like a porn star. Not cool.
    And ya, bras suck, but are absolutely necessary when you have canteloupes glued to your chest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    I hate bras and would gladly go without, because I have a different size breasts. I only wear sport-style bras. But if I go without, I have very visible nips so I don't think it is socially acceptable. So, thick sports bras.
    I think they call them Posies, but they make cloth boob covers to stick to your boobs. They're like medical tape, only not as sticky. They just cover the nipple area. They are intended to be worn with backless garmets, so you can go bra-free. Maybe try those. I find sports bras to be incredibly, er, constricting.
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    I use Lilypadz, both for nursing and not. They really hide the nipples so nothing's showing. I think they would work braless too if you had a slim fitting shirt.

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    I wear a bra whenever I go out, and generally whenever I'm not in pajamas, stumbling towards the coffee pot. I'm in my early twenties, and I don't need a bra for the support (my mammaries are perky enough, thanks) but I don't want my nipples poking through my shirt every time I get chilly, which is 80% of the time. I don't find bras that uncomfortable, and I don't really want the attention that comes with bra-less boobies and nipples.

    Yeah, it sucks that we live in a world where I get people looking at my chest, and sometimes it makes me want to hit people in their heads with a stick. But I wear a bra, because I don't want to deal with it, and I can't legally go around hitting people.
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    Only 2+ months into primal but so far I'm finding a reduction in band size and staying the same as far as cup size, going from a 48D to a 44D. This is the first time I've lost weight (19# so far) and not lost a cup size right off the bat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanna View Post
    I like wearing stretchy sports bras with no padding and skinny straps. I went from a 36B to a 34C since going primal and things are definitely fuller. It was nice to lose weight without losing the girls. Can't stand wearing anything with padding or underwire unless there's a dress or something that requires more structure.
    Yeah I feel like this happened to me too. I lost about 10 lbs since going primal and the last bra i bought was a 30D. I also do a lot of heavy chest exercises so I know that helped too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynna View Post
    A little late to the conversation....I wear a 36A and at almost 58, I do sag a little so I wear a bra most of the time. What I really hate about going braless is sweat collecting underneath. I hate the feel of sticky sweat in the creases.
    As a 32DD/E (currently 34G thanks to being pregnant, sigh), I also HATE having my skin touching and getting sweaty. It is very uncomfortable. I always wear a bra if I'm going out, because of the support, nipple reduction (I don't like worrying about that), and for the comfort.

    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    So often that's the issue, people on both sides arguing about what they imagine is happening, rather than doing real testing.
    I would never want to run without a bra. Mine do swing around, and it hurts. The only way to prevent that is to hunker over while running (which is what I used to do when my bras didn't offer much support)... and that hunkering is not good for the back.

    Around the house (since I'm no longer working due to pregnancy "fun"), I've resorted to using my pregnancy belly band on my chest, since my bra size keeps changing, and I don't want to keep buying horribly expensive bras. The belly band helps contain the nipples just in case someone decides to drop by my house. It also keeps the skin from touching and getting sticky/clammy.

    If you can get away with not using a bra, have fun! As for me, it'd be waaaay too uncomfortable and not my cup of tea!

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