Fuck off your bra, take the scissors, create a video or pic and cut off your stupid bra! Let us have a huuuugeee wave of videos and pics all over the world.
Start now! join the challenge!
Well it's challenge and if it goes around the world and if it will be for a good thing maybe it's awesome!
plus... haha I bet every girl got a bra which is not used any longer ;-)
I buy my gf bras and there like 80$ or 60$ dont cut them plz
I support this. Bras are horrid inventions, and studies have actually shown that in many cases they make breast sagging WORSE. plus the clips are annoying when im trying to get them off girls
Unless she has C cups or bigger, bras are completely unnecessary and might even be harmful. If they still want the feel/support of a bra there are things called bralettes that are like pseudo trainer bras. They're super cute
I know that many women have problems with bras and don't want to wear them but the society wants them to wear.
So ok... on one hand I know that bras can (!) be bad, on the other hand you're right, I just love to see how the get cut.
Literally every woman or girl I've known who has "freed herself" has saggy, pancakeish tits now.
Unless you are maybe an A cup or smaller you will look trashy walking around with your nipples and udders hanging out.
Finding a bra that fits correctly, does not have an underwire, and provides decent support like a cotton sports bra will not make your breasts sag.
I've read that 80% of women don't wear the correct bra size, so those "studies" which I have read that claim that bras make you sag more were a. probably conducted on women who weren't fitted correctly in the first place and b. sound like neofeminist bullshit.
Well I think our ladies are tough enough to deside by their self if they want to follow my challenge and cut their bra or not.
They don't have to... but if they start saying "fuck you we don't need a bra" while they cut them, it's more serious and honest about that story. But let's decide themself ;-)
I have small boobs so I frequently don't wear a bra especially in cold weather when I have layers anyway.
However, I know women with large breasts who experience serious discomfort without a bra.
So fuck you its a personal preference.
This. Running with larger breasts and wearing nothing to support them is really uncomfortable.
I asked my bf one time if it would be uncomfortable for him to take off in a sprint with no underwear on and he said it would hurt. (He says he knows because it's basically the same thing when he's just wearing boxers)
So yeah it's personal preference. I think a lot of the women who support not wearing a bra and almost try to shame the ones who do don't know what it's like to have bigger boobs.
If you're implying cup sizes are one standard size by using A cup without a qualifying band size you obviously know very little and should keep quiet.
While I agree that flat out villainising of bras is silly, if they're going to droop they're going to droop. Wearing or not wearing a bra isn't going to stop that happening, it's only going to mask it when clothes.
And recommending a sports bra for everyday wear kind of cements how much you need to keep quiet.
I didn't imply that at all. An A cup is an A cup. The length of the band has little to do with the cup size.
I also didn't recommend a sports bra for everyday wear. I never said that. I just said "like a cotton sports bra". Learn to read.
If you're just going to argue semantics and not really contribute anything, it's you who should keep quiet, idiot.
>The length of the band has little to do with the cup size.
You're really proving your ignorance.
Cup is directly related to band. Cup size is the number of inches larger the bust measurement is to under bust measurement.
34A will be roughly a 35" bust around whereas a 30A would be roughly a 31" bust around, and the volumes differ.
If you compared the cups of a 28C and a 36C they'd be very different.
And before you say this is arguing semantics, no. It's a the most essential and basic necessary understanding of how bras work.
Also worth mentioning that +4 measuring is wildly outdated because this is no longer 1955 and stretch fabrics are ubiquitous. So a 34A should be a 34" under bust and 35" bust. Not a 28-30" under bust with some unnecessary mathematical formula like Victoria's Secret or whatever high street lingerie shop tries to push because they don't stock small bands.
Forgot to add that into the post.