well don't get me wrong he loves my boobs but whenever we're going out or take a walk there are doozens of guys who look at my chest and that pisses him off so badly that he always demands me to cover my chest, i don't even show my cleavage but he's always so mad at me, i told him not to be ridiclious and don't act like an idiot and then he said i'm a bitch and want everyone to look at my chest on purpose i was really hurt and he didn't care and insulted me non stop. should i break up with him? i can't take it anymore
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What an asshole! That just ain't right. You don't deserve that Personally, I don't like large chests. At all. Seriously. To be honest, I'd say... a '34B's to small 'C's are near perfect. Of course, I can find Medium to Large 'C's stimulating, But over that - the bigger they get, the less attractive they are, (to me, anyway). Really, 'D's and up are complete turn-offs to me.
That being said, however, I would never break up or be upset with a girl for how she looks. If I care about her, than I care about her. Doesn't matter if she gains weight, or loses an arm.
The reason behind his behavior, could be a couple; One - He could just be insecure with your relationship. Meaning he can't help but feel threatened when guys drool over your boobs. And ESPECIALLY if you like it, or at least don't mind the compliment of men staring - That will certainly get him angry with you. Definitely! Not that you deserve it, remember. But he WILL get mad at that. A lot of guys might.
And the other reason I can think of - Is because he could be jealous of you. (bear with me now) I mean he's jealous that YOU are the one in the relationship who is getting the attention. It's nice to have a pretty girl on one's arm, but feeling like you're not even worthy of someone so hot, is horrible. I dated a girl for a long while who had huge tits. I mean HUGE! and she was about 5'5'' and thin... so she was hard not to notice. And when people would be consumed with the way she looked - and she responded favorably - would leave me feeling small and inconsequential. But again, I never had the slightest inkling to anger towards her. Not even the hint a being mad way in the back of my mind. So, although I can't relate, I guess I could see where he's coming from.
My advice would be to remind him how much you like him. It's OK to admit you like the attention - But that you like HIS attention / hands on them the best. he needs to hear that.
Try it, and see if that helps. Good luck, Honey.1