“My Big Breasts and I”

There must be a reason we have so many readers in the UK. A reader points me to a television show in Britain called “My Big Breasts and I” which follows the lives of women with big boobs. According to the BBC, British women have the biggest breasts in Europe and the show “unearths the true and often traumatic lives of pain and misery that some young women endure due to their large breasts.”

Here’s some more info about “My Big Breasts and I”:

Britain is weighed down by the biggest breasts in Europe. The average chest size of a British teenager has grown dramatically over the past 10 years and is now a whopping 36D.

For some young women this is a cause for celebration, for others it can lead to a life of misery as they face bullying and physical pain. Thousands of teenagers – some as young as 13 – are now going under the knife in order to reduce their bust size and “fit” in.

My Big Breasts And I follows the lives of young women who have large breasts and differing attitudes towards them. Some have to go under the knife for medical reasons, as they suffer from osteoarthritis and curvature of the spine, while others undergo surgery to move down a cup size or two for emotional reasons.

The film unearths the traumatic, poignant and true stories about what it’s really like to be a young woman with enormous breasts in Britain today.

The show premiered last spring, I’m not sure how it did. It had some stiff boob competition, with other shows premiering at the same time called “Me And My Man Breasts,” “Teens Addicted To Porn” and “F*** Off I’m A Hairy Woman” among others.

-3D

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2 responses to ““My Big Breasts and I”

  1. This is true. It is really hard to find bras for todays teenagers and we have so many enquiries from mums who wants bras for their teenage daughters that are ‘suitable’ for teenagers and non wired. If you know of any US brands then please please do let us know.

  2. Pingback: Something to look forward to « THE BIG BOOB BLOG

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