• Roxanne McAdam

Merry Christmas Big Tits.


(Collage by Rosie Dalton: Size, Shape, Colour)

Wow your tits are massive.

Are they real?

Damn, those are some knockers.

Cleavage much?

Can you not cover up a bit?

You could knock someone out wearing that.

Are you going to wear a bra?

...Just a few of the phrases, questions and exclamations I have had thrown at me over the years. No I haven't always had big 'knockers', no I don't have the biggest boobs in the world. Yes, I'm sure you have seen bigger. No, I don't try and flaunt them, if you can see them thats just because they're there and you're looking.

So I just wanted to give a shout out to all the gals with big boobies tonight! Merry Titmas! Only because I feel like girls with little boobs get spoken about and photographed and talked about because they have pretty, elegant, little, natural boobies...but what about the girls with the naturally big boobies? Well i'll tell you. Yes, It is a blessing in some ways, but definitely a curse in many others. Firstly, everything you wear becomes sexualised. Everything you do becomes sexualised. Any attention you get, who knows if it's my amazing personality, or just my eyes are suddenly on my chest and that's what people are seeing. The millenials have made the no bra trend become a norm, except when you have big tits sometimes a bra is just not an option. No, I don't have to wear one, for those of you asking, thinking, commenting, bitching, just because I have big boobs, in fact I feel like sometimes wearing a bra actually attracts more attention to them than no bra. It perks them up, so they're closer to eye level. Yes I am all about the free the nipple movement, hence why I try not to wear a bra where I know people won't judge me, but there's also a sense of insecurity with no bra when you have big titties. When it comes to getting dressed for work, or even for the bar...V-necks, I love them, and I will wear them because they're cute and fashionable, but not too often because 'my tits are out'. had I had nice little C cups, that v-neck top would look elegant, and pretty, instead I just have cleavage, and its not elegant anymore, and thats all anyones looking at. Hence, this plain ass v-neck top has suddenly become sexualised, I have become sexualised because of a bloody top! This is especially haunting for me sometimes, as a passionate fashion graduate, where all you look at most of the day are photos of beautiful clothes and style, but most of it only looks great and is only made for people who are not only skinny and model-esque, but with little boobies and yeah it looks great on them but who's thinking about the chicks with the big tits...no one frankly.

Are you going to wear a bra?

Something I heard a lot as a response from my Pretty Little Thing video. No, I wasn't wearing a bra actually and I'm sure thats obvious if you were paying attention to my tits, which I'm sure you were. Is it a problem that I wasn't wearing a bra? No I don't see it as a problem....do I care that you can tell I'm not wearing a bra? no. Do I care that comments are made about me being liberal about not wearing a bra, yes. Had I had smaller boobs you probably wouldn't be able to tell i wasn't wearing a bra, or in fact you just wouldn't have noticed, because it simply looks more elegant and less 'trashy'...yep that's another one i've had before.

Yes I do makes jokes abut them, not because I love them, but I don't hate them either, I'm just a little insecure about them, especially since - I shit you not - they're still growing at 21 years old!

So there you have it, my rant about having big boobs, and the fact that actually they are an insecurity of mine! Always have been, but hopefully they won't always be.

*yes those are avocados*

* yes I know I have just had a massive rant about being proud of tits, but I'm covering them for now for my Dad's sake, sorry Dad*

Stay Bubbly!


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