I hate bras. They are so uncomfortable. I'm a 36d, which is normal, I think. In your opinion do you find it trashy? Or do you think it shows confidence because I am being true to my feelings by not wearing one?
- It is trashy.Vote A
- It shows confidenceVote B
Most Helpful Guy
Hey, it's certainly not trashy providing you're dressed reasonably and decently - it's perfectly possible to look trashy while wearing a bra, just the fact that you aren't wearing one in no way means that you must look trashy. It's a sad fact of life that some narrow minded and up tight folk will always judge women who don't wear a bra - why I've no idea, it's a stupid and ignorant basis for judging a person - who cares what they think?
No sensible open minded person would judge or consider your choice any sort of a big deal - it's just an item of clothing, it's entirely a woman's choice to wear one or not. If you prefer not to, then don't wear one - it's absolutely fine. Your size is not an issue, you'll be fine, you'll certainly do no harm and your certainly won't increase the risk of sagging if that worries you - in fact you'll minimise that risk by working and so strengthening the ligaments which naturally support the breasts. And while you should just do it because you want to do it, (and assuming what you wear means it's possible to tell you're not wearing one), choosing not to wear a bra is a very cute, confident and attractive look and to me says that you know your own mind and care not for the views of the tiny minded and idiotic. Which is a pretty positive message all round in my view! :)0
Most Helpful Girl
It depends on where you're going and what you have on. Realistically, if you don't wear a bra, your boobs are likely to look saggy, more bouncy, and if your nipples are hard it's going to show. If you're going somewhere where there are children or going to church where modesty is encouraged, then yes, that is very trashy. There are other ways to show confidence besides slinging your 36d's around. Especially if you're going to get an attitude with people for looking, staring, or guys for catcalling/ making comments about them.4