Feeling Like A Natural Woman.......My mother refused to buy me a bra when I was growing up, and I didn't get my first one until I made my own money and bought it myself. However, for the last 21 years, I haven't worn or even owned one. At first, after my daughters burned all of them, I felt self-conscious, almost ashamed.
But these days, I like the jiggle. It makes me feel very feminine and I can't imagine going back to the old days of constricting straps and always hiding yet not-hiding the fact that I have breasts.
Some say that going braless will make your breasts sag, but I've seen plenty of women who wear them every day and they still sag. Maybe it's in the genes. My mother, who died when she was not much older than I am now, burned her bras in the women's lib movement in the late sixties. Twenty years later, her breasts were still beautiful and firm. I know because she felt they were her best asset, and she often wore blouses that were pretty revealing (which always infuriated my grandmother-who never even tried on a bra, but always hid her breasts under multiple la
My daughters have never worn bras.....and I mean NEVER. Maybe my granddaughters will make at least five generations of breast freedom in my family. May those beautiful breasts never be imprisoned.