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My name’s Hannah. All throughout middle school, I was bullied for my appearance, my chest especially. I’ve always been flat chested, and when the girls at school would make fun of me for not being as busty as them, I would feel terrible about my chest. In fact, up until this year, I wanted breast implants more than anything. 
This year, my high school choir performed Thoroughly Modern Millie as our musical, and I had a lead. I did some research on the 1920’s, seeing as the musical is set in that era, and read that back then having a small chest was what their idea of beautiful, and that made me realize that people had thought small chests were great. Knowing this one fact made me love my chest and made me realize that it really shouldn’t matter what those girls had said, or what anyone says, that this was my body and I should love it.
So no matter if you’re in an A cup or a D, love your “girls” because you’re beautiful no matter what.
BE BRAVE! JOIN THE BODY PEACE REVOLUTION!

My name’s Hannah. All throughout middle school, I was bullied for my appearance, my chest especially. I’ve always been flat chested, and when the girls at school would make fun of me for not being as busty as them, I would feel terrible about my chest. In fact, up until this year, I wanted breast implants more than anything. 

This year, my high school choir performed Thoroughly Modern Millie as our musical, and I had a lead. I did some research on the 1920’s, seeing as the musical is set in that era, and read that back then having a small chest was what their idea of beautiful, and that made me realize that people had thought small chests were great. Knowing this one fact made me love my chest and made me realize that it really shouldn’t matter what those girls had said, or what anyone says, that this was my body and I should love it.

So no matter if you’re in an A cup or a D, love your “girls” because you’re beautiful no matter what.

BE BRAVE! JOIN THE BODY PEACE REVOLUTION!

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