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As a boy with only sisters, we played dressup many times, so I had worn a bra and other girl clothing before, and I wore panties mostly. When my breasts started developing around age 12, I didn't know alot about bodies at the time, so didn't realize it was abnormal and my single mother didn't act like it was anything abnormal either.

My sisters and I still played dressup alot, so they took notice of my growth and gave me a few of their old bras. I began to notice girls at my school developing breasts like me and wearing bras too, and felt very happy about that and was proud of my growing breasts.

My breasts continued growing and I hoped to get as large as my sisters or some of the girls my age considered having big busts. In my bra, they were noticable bumps under my shirt.

Finally, it dawned on me that only the girls were getting breasts, and none of the other guys seemed to be, except me.

They ended up getting large and the girls noticed them. One girl struck up a conversation to distract me while one of the girls came up behind me and snapped my bra.

I was teased alot and called a few names, but growing breasts was normal for me. I love my breasts and wearing a bra, so I didn't let it bother me.

My first girlfriend was one of those girls. She and I looked at each other's breasts, and we noticed mine looked as fully developed as hers. We played dressup together, kissed a few times, and touched each others breasts, but nothing sexual. She seemed more interested in my breasts than she was me.

Happy with my body and don't plan on ever having surgery, but since I love my breasts and also still enjoy wearing female clothing sometimes, I have been mistaken for a trans person. I got asked alot how long I was taking estrogen to grow mine. People are shocked and don't believe when I tell them they are all natural.

June 2, 2019 - 3:12pm


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