Notes on the first day of stuffing a bra at school.

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Notes on the first day of stuffing a bra at school.

Unread postby KittyPink » Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:37 pm

So, I was able to get my hands on a camisole with a built-in bra, so I decided to stuff it with socks, giving myself roughly a B or small C cup bust. Now the intresting thing is I had no problem maneuvering around my chest area, and after getting over the initial anxiety and adjusting a bit to the new presence, I have to say I like having a bust! :D It's a still a little bit of an awkward feeling, but I think taking to getting breasts from estrogen won't be as difficult as I thought. Of course, the breasts I get from estrogen will be heavier, and will jiggle a little.

And so, on to the other point, I had stuffed the bra in the camisole and kept it stuffed the school day, I only had one friend say anything. And she was polite, and goofy about it. Nobody said anything about it unless I mentioned the fact that people didn't say anything and I kind of expected a weird look or something. I'm considering taking pictures while at school the next time I have the camisole's bra stuffed to see if my grandmother would take that as evidence that people are becoming more accepting.
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Re: Notes on the first day of stuffing a bra at school.

Unread postby rubyted » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:34 pm

Hi, KittyPink! I'm so glad you had success with this! It's so great that you feel accepted where you go to school.

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