After I did my last post on the history of bras, my good girl and I were talking about how most women don't tend to be happy with their breasts. They either think they are too small or too big or something.
What made me think of Nora Ephron's famous Esquire magazine article on Breasts. She died recently and is best known for movies like When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and Heartburn. But she was also a terrific writer and the memory pieces people wrote on her passing often mentioned her essay on having small breasts. It is still remembered all these years later and despite all her success. So I thought I'd share it with you. I hope you read it. Clever writing and a great example of how even successful women can get hung up on the size of their breasts. Here's the link:
From the male perspective, I am fine with breasts of any size and shape. I just don't like implants.
But are there readers out there who want to say they are happy with theirs?
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