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Already Shaped Like a Mother (Anonymous)

January 10, 2011

First off let me say that my story is quite unusual. I’m 22 and I have never been pregnant, and I don’t plan on trying any time soon. However, I’ve always had body issues, and for some strange reason I found this site and got hooked. Many of you women are complaining about your saggy breasts and stretch marks AFTER having children, but I have never been pregnant and I have saggy breast and stretch marks already! I have never, ever been overweight (and I’m about 5’8” and I’ve been about 150 lbs for the last 10 years.) Although it is very, very hard, I’m actually learning to love my breasts and I want to encourage you mothers to be happy that you ever had perky breasts (unlike me ;-) and that your breasts can still be beautiful even if they’re saggy. I’ll probably post on here one day when I actually do have children, and hopefully I will be able to cope with my then, even saggier breasts.

- I know the quality of the pictures is not the best, but you get the point.
- In case your wondering, I’m African American, one breast is larger than the other, and my breasts are very light in color compared to my body (I have no idea why that is).

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16 Responses to “Already Shaped Like a Mother (Anonymous)”

  1. stacey Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 8:10 am

    I think you look amazing! I don’t think your breasts are saggy at all. Most women who have perky boobs are either a small cup size, or have had a breast augmentation. We have this thing called gravity here on earth, and most boobs don’t defy it haha. Anyway, I think you’re beautiful. And I definitely can’t tell one is larger than the other. Mine have always been that way, too. Which is very normal. :)

  2. axi Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    You have a beautiful body. You should look at the 007 breast gallery. Your breasts are NORMAL and beautiful. Most women have stretch marks from puberty.

  3. Amanda Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 10:33 am

    I love this! My breasts look very, very much like yours. I have “saggy” breasts as well, and I never, ever felt self-conscious about them. I have a three month old boy and they are maybe a little more “saggy” than they were before but no one ever complained! I have always had men (before my husband) compliment by breasts! I liked to wear soft, barely there bras without underwire just to let their natural shape fill out my shirts. I remember one very popular, cool guy in college chatting/flirting with me at a party saying “There is just something about your breasts that totally distracts me in class! They just look so natural!” I think women have a very skewed sense of what is attractive. Never forget that many men can say things to make you feel bad just to hurt your feelings and not because it is true!

    Your breasts are lovely, natural, sexy and full breasts. Like I said, mine looked like yours before baby and pretty much the same now (even with exclusive breast feeding – not even bottles of breastmilk!!)

  4. Sarah Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 10:43 am

    Thanks for posting! :)

  5. Anonymous Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    There is nothing wrong with your boobs! They look full and perky with beautiful nips. Don’t be so self conscious!

  6. Megan Says:
    January 10th, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    OMG you look hot! are you crazy?! Women these days think they’re breasts are saggy when they are actually NORMAL. Unless you have small breasts, your boobs are not supposed to be front and center with nipples saluting everyone. I know that it is ideal to have boobs that you can touch with the tip of your tongue but it is not natural lol…you look awesome!!!

  7. Holly Says:
    January 11th, 2011 at 2:07 am

    you know what?? you have pretty and natural breasts. everyone is so used to seeing fake boobs that people are forgetting what real breasts look like. btw, we’re the same height and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to weigh 150. listen to me young girl… enjoy your youth and beauty NOW. You’re gorge!

  8. BC Says:
    January 11th, 2011 at 9:03 pm

    I just had to laugh at Megan’s comment about touching your breast with the tip of your tongue! LOL!!! Who makes up these goofy standards that pretty much no one can attain to??? I once read that your breasts are beginning to sag if you can hold a pencil under them, I told that to my mom and she said “Hell, I can hold a baseball bat!”
    And to the poster, you look absolutely lovely! Be confident:)

  9. Regina Says:
    January 12th, 2011 at 12:32 am

    You know 99% of all my sagging and stretch marks came LONG before babies!! my breasts sagged 3-4 inches down long before pregnancy and i had a saggy stretch marked belly from being fat before pregnancy as well. i feel ya! I have NEVER had a body worth loving. And I dont know after 2 kids and while currently pregnant again…

  10. BC Says:
    January 12th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Regina, your body, however it looks, is absolutely worth loving! That goes for all of us. It’s our shallow society’s standards that are not worth loving …

  11. Ashley Says:
    February 4th, 2011 at 2:31 pm

    Ive been wanting to make a similar post to this since I found this website. I dont have kids and im not planning any in the near future so I thought it wouldnt be a welcome post. Im full of stretch marks and my boobz are saggin. Im currently overweight and have been for a while but Im losing weight and insecure about how I look. you look wayyy better than I do lol! Feel good about yourself =P

  12. Sergeant Mom Says:
    April 28th, 2011 at 9:10 pm

    Be happy you have boobs! Some of us after kids are still very small (size A) AND sagging a little! Your boobs are perfect and normal. Be proud of them girl!

  13. Pecarrie Says:
    May 15th, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Hehe I have the same opinion as many. I actually have been chronically ill for abotu 11 years, and on coming to this site, I realize my body klooks like I just had a baby. The belly, the handles, the flaps of skin, and yes the down pointing breasts LOL It made me horribly sad to realize the extent of my body’s damage, but it also has openend my eyes to reality— we are normal women, and our bodies do not look like what we are shwon on tv and on the magazines. We are normal natural women and we all look very different. We dont fit into the expectations– but if we have a helthy body and are happy, thats all that matters. We dont have to look a certain way to earn the ‘right’ to be happy– just look around here, youll see we all look totallly different or totallu unlike the magazines– but thats normal!!

  14. Darla Says:
    May 25th, 2011 at 12:05 am

    Honey, your breasts are not saggy! Those are what breasts look like, not like the fake missiles you see in the movies, those are like that because they are fake! Anyhow my breasts are also lighter than the rest of my body, I think that is also common even among other races because I have noticed that some of my friends are olive toned but their cleavage is pale.

  15. ren Says:
    August 6th, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    I’m seven months along with my first pregnancy and your breasts look better than mine ever have, I promise.

  16. Abby Says:
    October 10th, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    I’ve been looking through this site and totally had to comment on your post. I just had a baby and my boobs looked exactly like yours do now before I got pregnant (only mine were a little smaller).

    I have the exact same stretch marks, one boob bigger than the other, boobs lighter than rest of body, and down-turned nipples…

    just a little piece of advice, according to my man, motherly looking boobs are just as hot so long as they’re still soft and juicy… and yours def are. you have no worries at all:)

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