I struggle finding comfortable bras that do not hurt my back all too often. I’ve been told countless times that it is in part because I haven’t properly sized myself, which is definitely a possibility. But I had an advertisement the other day for Knixwear and their incredible, Evolution Bra. I read some reviews (almost entirely positive), sized myself, and placed an order for a reversible nude and black bra.
Hey you busty Fangirls! I’ve been writing a lot about what I’m trying to do to get more healthy, and one of the things that was most daunting at the start of my health changes was buying a sports bra.
Fangirls, I’ve had a big issue with this for a long time. It’s considered inappropriate for women’s bras to be visible in any way, including the strap. On one hand, I can totally understand it, but on the other, it really pisses me off.
I picked up this book from Ms. Gallagher herself at Small Press Expo in September, with delight, Fangirls. It just seemed awesome. Then, I read it, and turns out it was awesome. A book, and a comic at that, all about boobs from the perspective of someone with boobs. Sure, people who love boobs think about boobs a whole lot. But who really has boobs weighing on their mind, are the people that have them.
Fangirls, for a long time I’ve hated my chest. I have double D breasts, and they’re troublesome; I have back issues and shoulder problems from the weight and bad bras, but pretty recently I got sized and bought some nicer bras, and that has really made a difference.