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When to Start Wearing a Bra
By Sam Frea
At the onset of my puberty, I remember those early years of trying to catch a glimpse of a woman's bra.
Then as I actually began to have experiences, I had to learn how to remove a brassiere from a
girlfriend's body - an awkward act. This strange
female underwear contained a mystery, something "other" that I as a male just did not understand. Most
even fathom why women really wear bras in the first place. Still one of the delightful things about women
the different types of lingerie they wear. What a great variety in the types of brassieres or bras
they get to choose from...
Now as a male who has grown his own feminine breasts, I think I have some insight into bras. They are a rite
Of passage for girls turning into women. And they can be a rite of passage for you, too, as you experience your own
male breast enlargement. Soon you will need to think About such things as cup sizes
and clasps and underwires. So, fashion aside, when is the right time to visit a lingerie store and start
wearing a bra?
A couple of weeks or so have passed since you began your breast enlargement program,
perhaps a combination of herbal supplements and a breast cream, and you are feeling the
first tingling sensations of growth in your chest. Isn't it great!
Are you thin or at your nominal weight? Soon you will be begin
experiencing a swelling around your nipples and perhaps under your arms.
New tissues are being formed and special types of fat cells are being deposited in these areas.
Are you overweight? You may already have "male breasts" previously created as your body stored
excess fat on your chest. As you continue with your breast enlarging
regime, you will find your "male breasts" changing from a male type to a female type breast.
Tissues will form in a different pattern and with a different fat content. Your bust
will go from being flabby and square to rounder and firmer. These new breasts will begin
to jut outward. Assuming you maintain the same weight during this time, or as in my case, lose
some weight during these changes, you will find a feminizing transformation taking place.
When I began my breast changing program, I was overweight. I measured myself as a 42 B with men breasts.
But over the months,while my breasts were changing, I lost weight. I am now a 40 C, but with breasts that
are rounder and firmer and truly feminine.
Whether you are flat chested to begin with or overweight, you will be budding new breasts or changing your
"male breasts" to feminine ones. One question that will soon arise is: "When should I start wearing a bra?"
Before my change, my "male breasts" could bounce around, jiggle or otherwise move and it never bothered me.
But as my flesh began to change with the new connective tissues being formed, I noticed those motions.
And while those movements were exciting, they were also a little painful and uncomfortable.
Less than a month passed before I decided to put on a bra, fussing until I got the bra strapsw just
right... Now I wear a brassiere everyday.
Bra sizing is important. A well fitted bra will minimize movement of your breasts and help protect them
from the ravages of gravity.
Breasts do not contain muscle, only connective tissues, fat cells and blood vessels, etc. Bras are made to
support the breast and that is really is their main purpose. My breasts are new and still growing - I want to keep them in the best
shape possible. It maybe years before the effects of gravity and aging will be a concern, but how my
breasts look 5 years from now is something I want to prepare for today.
I advise that once your breasts are large enough for you to feel their movements. Or you begin to feel
discomfort from a day's activity or tenderness, it is time to get fitted for a new addition to your
wardrobe. Go to Victoria Secrets or Fredericks or Sears, or order lingerie online, but buy yourself
a couple of new bras.
One cautionary note: You shou
ld not wear a bra all the time. Wear them when your working or for fashion reasons as
needed. It is important to not restrict the flow of blood and interstatial fluids (lymphatic fluids
that move between
the cells) by wearing tight bras or ones that are the wrong size. Wear comfortable bras for a while
and take them off! That should be about the same time when men wearing panties should take those off...
About the Author
Sam Frea is the publisher of several websites including:
Sherlock Holmes Pastiches,
Harvest The Sun | Renewable Energy,
Great Food | Great Recipes,
Dieting Help | Move More - Eat Less, and
Scent of Change | Aromatherapy.
How to Determine Your Bra Size
There are many places online that show you how to figure out your bra size, usually through charts.
The best site I have found, though, figures out your bra size automatically.
Click here: Bra Size Calculator.
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