I've self-diagnosed myself with hypoplastic tubular breasts. I want to get this topic out there because, like large mons pubis, it's largely an ignored subject. Women suffer silent shame, worrying themselves into depression based on their looks. Here's a link so you know what I'm talking about: http://www.****.*********-16.php
Now, my case isn't quite as severe as some pictures on that site. In fact, if anything, it helped me feel more normal. I cringe at that word, but you know what I mean.
Women with tubular breasts, please know there is nothing wrong with you! You are still beautiful. You are no less a woman than someone with enormous breasts. I hope this helps someone feel a little more accepted and not so alone.
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