" What the hell, society? " She was, of course, as flat-chested as a boy.
I even did it in my school photo that year.
The best advice I can possibly give you, dear reader, is this: Love thy boobies and thy boobies will love thee.
Most of the time she'd be mistaken for a boy, but sometimes people asked.
Well, I did, but it went right into his eyes.
I also really like the bodycon trend, and though I've had lots of people OK, mostly my family tell me that bodycon fashions make me look like I'm selling "something," honestly, who cares, so long as I like what I'm wearing? The decision was met with lots of backlash from users who view the site as a safe space to explore their identity and sexuality through "not safe for work" NSFW content.