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Just a small reminder that breasts don't have to be E cups or larger to still make the world a better place. :)
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KrisCynical Mar 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I take it this is talking about actual live women and not artwork of women, but as a woman with a 40" chest and A-AA's, I agree in both cases (although I wouldn't complain if I had just a tiny bit more to get a B cup!).

Nothing is a bigger turn off for me in illustrations of women than enormous breasts that look like water balloons, beach balls, etc., attached to the chest. What people do to nipples in images like that is just as bad, too, imo... They're nipples. They shouldn't look like the tops of baby bottles!

I'm a straight female, mind, but as an illustrator I love human anatomy the way it naturally occurs. To me, a natural breast with the natural teardrop shape from the natural weight of what they are — fatty deposits on top of the pectorals — is infinitely more sexy than the inflated beach ball BS that so many artists use. Even really small breasts are sexy because breasts in themselves are a symbol of female sexuality!

Moreover, normal proportions on the entire body are sexier, really, from the shoulders and bust down to the waist and through the hips. Males and females are built to be naturally attractive to intimate partners just the way they naturally are, not exaggerated to the point of deformity.
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Queen-Vegeta69 Jul 13, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconclappingplz:
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:icongreytawnyowl:
Women should go on Venusian Glow ([link]) or on Bust4Justice ([link])... or really just anykind of blog about bra fitting that doesn't use the old traditional system to learn that a E cup isn't big at all and that some of the girls in you stamp actually have them.

Compare D and DD cups ([link] and [link]) to G and GG cups ([link]).

Yes, small breasts are nice. Average breasts are nice. Big breasts are nice as well. It doesn't really matter. Some people like big breasts, other like small, some don't care and we certainly shouldn't feel bad about ourselves or make people feel bad.
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Arabianwolflove Feb 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
With thumbs up!
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TheAutumnMaiden Nov 25, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow people who say that big breast go flaccid are incorrect I have had two kids and mine are still beautiful and have perk to them oh and I am an 38 E cup. Why does everyone always have to pick on each other can't we just say both sides are pretty. * rolls eyes * I'm not over here saying how small breasts are worse and big breasts are better.
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MasterBerry Aug 13, 2011  Student General Artist
:iconhmphhmphplz: Agreed!
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MarkArandjus Jun 10, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Hear hear!
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:iconmorrighan03:
Hmmm...well you're right, they don't have to be HUGE, but not small either...A cup is just pathetic for example. And no matter the size, fake ones just look disgusting.

I'm a C cup (sometimes D, depending on the brand) and all the guys I've been with LOVED them.
I feel very very good this way, but I would hate it if they somehow got smaller =P
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Cyraina Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You think A cup is ugly? I'm a 32 A, and my breasts look like how the ones in this stamp do... I'm not flat chested. A cup doesn't mean COMPLETELY FLAT CHESTED.
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:iconmorrighan03:
I never said the breasts in this stamp are A cup, or that they are ugly. I actually thought they are a B cup, pretty average-looking, kind of small, but whatever. I was only making a point to what she said about boobs not having to be HUGE.

Fine, geez, chill. As long as you're happy the way you are then that's what's important.
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