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I really wish buying "female" clothes only mattered on the actual size and not the size of the woman's breasts. I'm a dude who enjoys cross-dressing, meaning I do NOT have "boobs". When I see the option to buy something that's 1XL or 2XL, it should mean 1XL or 2XL, not 1XL or 2XL + size 32 DD cups for tits that I do not possess. -___- I might be over-reacting here, but not EVERY girl out there who wants to buy a shirt or bathing suit or whatever has big enough breasts to fill the cups. Bigger stomachs do not equal bigger tits people. Seriously. Start making women's clothes more accessible to ALL women with ALL body types, it's fucking disgusting how this world interprets how "beauty" should look...

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CapriBea Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ugh I know right?
im a woman myself but some things I just cant wear... im rather flat chested but I have bigger then normal shoulders 
so for me some shirts fit nicely for my body but are tight or too saggy for my shoulders since I dont have any chest area 
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Bizaardwolf Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree 100%. I'm a girl who's a bit chubby, taller, and broader than the average girl my age so I normally buy a larger size but its rarely ever NOT tight in the tummy/arm area, its ridiculous!
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squeakshimi Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Same! I buy women's clothing sometimes due to my love of women's fashion, but I myself do not have breasts, the only reason this was brought to my attention is because I saw a really cute mermaid bikini and I was gonna buy it for my summer trip this year, but, sadly I'm a bit of a "husky" guy, I'm not like "big", but I'm sure as hell not small. When I get bathing suits, especially in women's sizes, I go at LEAST 1-2 sizes bigger than I normally wear in men's clothing, just because of my size, but I've noticed that EVERY TIME I buy something online, or in stores, with a "cup size" manufactured into the clothing, it's usually made with wire, forcing them to make bigger cup sizes even though the women the clothing was designed for may or may not have the appropriate cup size for the correct body measurements. In my opinion, if people want to get more business, especially in the fashion industry, I would kick the wire cups, and go for elastic or something of stretching material, that way if a girl isn't exactly a DD she can still wear the clothing specified for her body type since the cups would then be some what adjustable. But, unfortunately, people in the fashion world don't see eye to eye when it comes to these sort of things since all their models are skinny little skeletons with clothes on. :/
Not skinny shaming, just saying it's bullshit that anorexia is the new image of "beauty" in most people's eyes today.
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