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Don't worry. No, seriously. :) Don't.
I waited patiently for boobs through middle school, then high school, then young adulthood, then freaking PREGNANCY, but I never grew above a 36B (and that's while lactating), because fuck Mother Nature.
But let me tell you - I have never, EVER had a boyfriend dislike my cup size; in fact - no lie - they seem to have an unusual (and my current, an almost obsessive) affection for the girls, who get lots of attention. Their exes were quite busty and none of them had liked small boobs before, either, but they genuinely loved the girls because they loved me and because they knew it was my hot spot. ;)
Us G@G girls always reassure the perpetual dick size questioners with the same answer: "they will like you for you and, because they like you, they will like everything about you." That goes for us, too. Very few men would reject a girl they *admired* and *adored* (keywords: like as more than a friend) JUST because of her cup size (and if they do, they're idiots. It's a win-win for you so far).
While your chest may not be captivating, it will not actually hold you back from anything that really matters in life. Basically, while not a positive, a 32B is not a negative. Yo tits is neutral.
Unfortunately, this doesn't help the insecurity, envy, and embarrassment that comes with a (relatively) small chest. Not gonna lie, your cup size will probably be the butt of more than one joke, and you'll most likely be rejected to your face and lose many a wet t-shirt contest. Just remember that these are shallow interactions and interpretations, not true measures of your physical appeal. It's was definitely hurtful and hard on me but now, with a career, family, and G@G message boards, whether my chest is appealing to others is literally the last thing on my mind. It still bothers me but it's no longer a priority. This will happen to you, too - I promise.
If all else fails, including this post, just keep smiling and remind yourself that symmetry and the Golden waist-to-hip Ratio is the actual denominator when it comes to attractiveness.
Take THAT, boob men.1