Men, Bras, Breasts… Just Thinkin’

by Amy on April 17, 2012

Just thinkin’ about boobs, bras, Men who wear bras, bras in general and man-boobs. I’m also ponderin’ why men obsess over women’s breasts and even their own. When you want something as bad as some men want breasts you tend to obsess I guess. It’s ok. I think it’s normal. I call it ‘unfulfilled genetic desire’… men who want boobs but can’t have them – full, perky, natural (well sorta) attached female breasts.

Amy - Male Bra with Breast Forms

"A real guy with real fake breasts" Really?Amy's DD breasts in their perfect form

Now wanting breasts is not the same as wanting to touch breasts, but they can go ‘hand-in-hand’ for cross-dressers. I for one LOVE breasts. Small ones, large ones it doesn’t matter. I study them. I picture a pair of breasts I see on a woman and try to picture them on myself. I literally obsess about them. I wonder what it would be like to have natural breasts instead of my breast forms which have a built in perfection to them. Few pairs of breasts are the same, few are perfect, but I for one fantasize about my own set of perfect boobs. My only outlet is the millions of boob shots on the web. There are literally a hundred thousand photos of breasts. I guess I’m not the only one with an obsession huh? There must be some Freudian psycho-analytical post-partum male and female obsession with breasts or there wouldn’t be so many available to stare at.

I’ve also noticed… for YEARS… that women’s clothes designers kind of accentuate the positive aspects of breasts in their designs. It’s no wonder cross-dressers have such a bitch–of-a-time buying women’s clothes that actually fit. Men’s chests are broader than women’s chests. It just makes it hard for us female-wanna-bees to replicate that fantasy vision of ourselves as women. Dressing sexy is a chore for most cross-dressers. Dressing for the outdoors is not so hard. There is always the uni-sex L.L. Bean wardrobe. For most men who dress Victoria’s Secret is a major fantasy. They just don’t make clothes or lingerie for men. No matter how hard we try we just can’t make VS fashions work except maybe in a dark room…. and just thinkin’ if they did make lingerie and beach wear and cute dresses and tops for men… I doubt we’d buy them, because we really are trying to be women… NOT men.

Just thinkin’ on the subject of Man-Boobs. I have one word to describe them. UGH! Not UGH-LY, just ugh. They don’t cut it for cross-dressers trying to emulate the female form. They are what they are and I’m sure some guys are satisfied with their natural breasts, but I for one could never envision that being my only hope in my quest to have breasts. It’s just not the same and they really don’t resemble women’s breasts for the most part. They don’t make bras for man-boobs. You can buy a bra and convince yourself that it fits what you have for breasts, but really? Does it really fit? Maybe a leisure bra could do the trick, but you’d have to buy one that is really over-sized because of the man, broad chest thing. Your man-boobs are further apart than most female breasts. Taping them closer together could be a solution, but not a natural or even fun one. Push-up bras or gel-bras might give the sensation of working to give you that female appearance, but check it out in a mirror. Is it really working for you? Probably not, but then again… it may be all any of us have going for us. It is really hard to be something that you genetically feel is your right, but you just weren’t given the proper parts or body part ratios.

Just thinkin’ that hormones, as suggested by several of my blog viewers, do work, but it isn’t something that most cross-dressers can make part of their lives. It just isn’t practical, but it is enticing to think about what could be. Kudos to all those that have the opportunity and circumstances to make it work. We envy you or at least I do. Now what to do with that appendage down below that really delineates a man and a woman. Other than a boob job or breast enhancement which is surgically reversible… this is major non-reversible, non-refundable, totally committed to the project surgery. Just wonderin’ how many would take the plunge to ‘vaginahood’ if the circumstances and opportunity presented itself? Ponder that a while and get back to me. – Amy

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Rebecca September 1, 2012 at 4:02 am

Hmmm. . . if I could ‘trade bodies’ with a GG, yes. I would. In a minute.

Going for SRS? Don’t think so, probably not. To many unrelated repercussions in my life related to family etc. Those aside? I’d have to think long and hard about it.

Serilda December 16, 2012 at 6:29 pm

trading bodies, definitely.
trading an entire life even more so (no oddities if you had always lived that life)
taking hormonal or remedial enhancers if i had a kind of feminine appearance to begin with would work out fine, though i wouldn’t want to have the situation of explaining my choices to my relatives and friends. plus how your face ends up is defined by your initial traits such as skull formation

i would never go for realignment surgery because at best its only ever going to be a “close imitation” and not the genuine article.
right now i just occasionally cross dress in private and am considering a temporary method for breast enlargement which i can hide under neath a baggy top or thick jacket. some hormones can be safe to take if you plan for a permanent change, but its a tough decision to make

i think that usually a persons sexual orientation could greatly influence their choices in regards to this. which can make deciding harder or easier. while i’m not particularly interested in the opposite sex, but i’m definitely not interested in the same sex. right now it wouldn’t affect me in a relationship standpoint but should i ever decide to get into one i would have to confront my partner about my body if i ever did anything that is permanent. but until i make up my mind about it i would only ever limit myself to fantasizing about living as a girl

DennyV April 5, 2013 at 3:55 am

The full transformation? Hmmmm… In a Heartbeat!!! :)

Amy April 7, 2013 at 8:54 am

All I can do is smile when I see this reaction. – Amy :)

Wilt575 April 8, 2013 at 11:42 am

As far back as I can remember I’ve always had breast envy, I was jealous of girls breasts and wondered why boys couldn’t have them. Started wearing sisters bras stuffed with socks tissue etc. As I got older I graduated to bra pads “forms” as they are known. Then came big step after high school early college, decided wanted “real breasts” (yes into some CDing in school) started thinking implants. In the mean time decided as a trial for a year to make my own forms using something heavy ,like sand and nylon sock in plastic for weight about 2 pounds ea to get feel for real thing. I’ve had them 11 years now love the look and feel.

Amy April 8, 2013 at 11:57 am

Sounds like a lot of us. You should really try making gel breasts with my instructions. You’d be very happy. Even happier than you are now. – AMY

Mortie December 28, 2013 at 2:28 pm

I have taken the plunge to breasts via HRT, now in my 5th month and over “A” and shortly will be out of a “B”. Would LOVE to make it to D or even better DD with large areola’s, but those are just a wish.When I graduated, I wore 48L suits (chest of 48″). After a divorce and have two sons to raise, started to put on some weight and now have a 58″ chest. Did not have moobs. Always wanted breasts but job and family prevented that action. 12 Years after retirement, got sick and tired of being a baby sitter and bank for the family and moved to Florida, researched HRT and went on my own. Will not be a CD but bra’s and panties sure feel nice!

Full Transformation? Count me in if I could get pregnant but sadly at 70, that is out of the question.

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