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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"
Many men don’t really care about the size of their partner’s breasts

Many men don’t really care about the size of their partner’s breasts

Dr Angela Brokmann

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.

Email your problems to Dr Angela Brokmann dr.angela@sundayworld.com Maura O’Neill maura.oneill@sundayworld.com All pictures are posed by models


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