Off your chest Dear Angela: I'm afraid men are put off by my small boobs - should I get implants?
"It’s always the other girls that get all the attention, the well-dressed girls with big breasts and nice cleavage. I love sexy clothes, like low-cut tops but I always wear baggy sweaters to hide my tiny boobs"
Sort your sexual problems with honest and practical tips from Dr Angela Brokmann
Dear Angela: I’m 20, I’ve never had a serious boyfriend and I’m sure my breasts are to blame. They are so tiny that I don’t even need a bra. I’m not ugly, but when I go out, nobody ever looks at me.
It’s always the other girls that get all the attention, the well-dressed girls with big breasts and nice cleavage. I love sexy clothes, like low-cut tops but I always wear baggy sweaters to hide my tiny boobs.
My friends suggested I should get breast implants, but I don’t want to go down that road. I mean, there must be men out there who don’t care about breast size, and maybe I was just unlucky so far and never met one of them. Or are all men crazy about big boobs?
Answer: No. Girls with big breasts might get a bit more attention, but not every guy is into big boobs.
Most men find small to medium size breasts more attractive, and for a majority of men, breast size doesn’t really matter once they like a girl.
Try to be more confident with your body, and don’t be shy to dress the way you like.
If you love low-cut tops, wear a push-up bra underneath; it will give you nice cleavage, even if your breasts are on the small side.
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