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Guest Varick

FTM bra sizes

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38 members have voted

  1. 1. Where do yours fall?

    • A or smaller (you lucky illegitimate child!)
      12
    • B
      7
    • C
      5
    • D
      8
    • DD/E
      2
    • DDD/F
      2
    • G
      2
    • H or bigger
      0


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Guest Varick

A is annoying

B is bothersome

C is concerning

D is disgusting

E is exasperating (DD, doubly disgusting)

F is frustrating (DDD, doubly doubly disgusting?)

G is gross (nice double meaning there!)

H is hateful

I is intolerable

Jumbo is the best I could come up with for J, which seems tame after G, H and I, so that's where I stopped. Feel free to expand on the list or suggest alternatives.

For the record, mine are gross. <_<

Cheers!

Varick

P.S. Look here if you want measuring guidelines.

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Guest Varick

Er, and I'm totally dyslexic there on the post title, whoops!

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Guest Shy

I don't have much in terms of boobage; so technically I'm an A. But it's nothing a lil hrt can't help! Soon enough...

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Guest CariadsCarrot

Varick, did you mean the title to be FTM rather than MTF? I'm assuming from where you posted it and what you've said (coz MTF's will obviously not see their sizes as you have stated) that you did.

It can be changed if you want.

BTW, mine are between D and DD to even say that makes me want to curl up into a small ball of shame and disgust.

Gabe

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Guest Robin Winter

Oh, haha, I just saw the title and didn't pay enough attention to the content. We can change the title to say FtM if you like :)

Oh, I see that Gabe already said that. See! There I go not paying attention again.

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Guest Lucian1549

Mine are between an F and a G >_< Why, genes, why?!

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RoxannaBell

Well, way to make a female-born girl feel totally inadequate! LOL! Maybe I should steal some of Svenna's E... hmmm..... ya think that would take me from an A to a B? Is a B too much to ask? LOL! :thumbsup:

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Guest J.P

Unfortunatly I'm somewhere between a C and a D, I used to buy C's and was disgusted when the bra was a little too small, but after buying a D realised that bra was a little too big. I bind now but I've been going to the gym to try and tone my chest up and drop a cup or two, but I know that might not work.

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Guest Varick

Varick, did you mean the title to be FTM rather than MTF? I'm assuming from where you posted it and what you've said (coz MTF's will obviously not see their sizes as you have stated) that you did.

It can be changed if you want.

...

Gabe

Yeah, actually I was hoping maybe the mod who had to approve my comment might fix it for me, as I can't seem to find a way to edit it myself. *sheepish grin*

Cheers

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Guest CariadsCarrot

No problem Mate. I've done that for you.

I'm dyslexic and it's exactly the sort of thing I'd do getting my letters in the wrong order. In most things you write it doesn't matter if the letters are switched coz people can work out what word you meant but that is one exception...I'm constantly paranoid that I'm gonna switch those letters some day myself lol

It's not even like it's a spelling mistake the spell check would catch for you is it!

Gabe

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Guest CariadsCarrot

No problem...I'm here to serve *bows respectfully* ;)

Gabe

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Guest Erwynn

DD at least. I cram them into sports bras, so I don't honestly know the current size.

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Guest Xelishiken

So yeah... Mine used to be Bs. Then I gained weight and they just expanded. I ended up with Ds. It sucks. Have to double bind cause my normal binder isn't cutting it.

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Guest Call me DEAN

I don't even know what size I wear.... Maybe B or C?

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Guest Varick

I'm surprised nobody's made any suggestions to add to the list. :P

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Guest Andrew Parker

I was around an A or B before top, thank god.

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Guest Haidos

i was a Big C/ small D but i've been binding for over three years now so have no real idea anymore

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Guest Alder

I"m a large C borderline D but mostly that's due to be 60-70lbs overweight.... that's down from a DDD which was after having a kid and some mass depression which made me gain near 100lbs >.>''''

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Guest Varick

Can I answer?

If you feel so inclined, I've no objection. ^_^

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JJ

Well where they fell prior to weight loss on T and where they are now are far, far different. I didn't wear anything but sports bras for a long time so have bo idea where I got with the weight gain. Best guess? DD.

Now I'd say borderline between A and B. Mostly just the nips and ducts left and skin from the weight loss. I call them my mudflaps for a reason. They wouldn't flatten before but can be pancaked now -even found I can get by with a women's small athletic shirt because the women's have an extra layer at the top for compressing them for exercise, instead of a binder.

T won't take them away but several surgeons recommend losing weight on T before top surgery to reduce them. It takes the fat from them and they are mostly fat. Worked for me. I have been this weight and less before but nowhere never smaller than a C since age 11. I weighted 85 lbs then too. Skin and bones and a chest. Yuck!

Still want and need surgery though. Just need them gone.

Johnny

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Guest 101remington7

Before I started binding I was an A cup. Now, um...I don't know...

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