This article first appeared in The Irish Star on January 17, 2018.
It is a guest post from Clare, who is a flat chesty girl who works at a flat structure company.
When I was a little girl, I liked to wear a pair of flat chestes.
I remember thinking, “Oh, that would be nice to have on my chest”.
But now, as an adult, I have a flat belly.
I wear a full-bust bra, but I’m now getting my breasts out and about.
It’s a shame I’m not getting my boobs out more often.
When I was young, I used to wear my chest high and I had a full belly.
But then, at my flat structure work, I had to wear more than one size.
As a child, I was often teased by flat chesters because of the way my breasts looked.
When they got bigger, I would try to hide it.
I didn’t want to be ridiculed, but my mother used to make fun of me because she thought my chest was too big.
After I started to have my breasts grow, I realised that flat chesting was not so bad.
It has helped me to look at myself more positively.
I like wearing a lot of clothes, but the flat chest and flat belly are both important to me.
I can wear them on my body, but they also add to my confidence.
It can help to think of the body as something beautiful and special.
So now, I am very happy that I can put my chest out and show it off.
The first thing I do when I’m at home is make a point of not wearing my bra.
If I have to take it off, it doesn’t matter how big it is.
I don’t care if it’s a full bust or a cup size, I don