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The decision should be ours
If you don’t want to be without a bra, if you like to wear a bra, if it improves your life, that’s fine. But for many women, bras hold us back. If someone wants to give up bras, it should be socially acceptable for them to do so, which is why I’m giving a list of reasons why giving up bras can be a good thing. It has improved my life. I will never wear them again.
1. It improves circulation
The tipping point for me, when it came to ditching bras, was when I would get short of breath to wear them. They squeezed my rib cage so much that they felt like a vise and hampered my movements.
Granted, maybe if I had a different size bra it might have fixed some issues, but I was tired of being physically held back by something I didn’t feel was necessary.
I had stopped wanting to leave the house because it meant putting on a bra and suddenly having difficulty breathing again. I didn’t want to stop living my life because of a piece of clothing. And I was worried it would cut off my circulation in a way that wasn’t healthy for me.
Although this point does not apply to everyone, I believe that not wearing a bra can improve circulation in the body for a lot of people.
Society judges everything on a woman’s chest. It’s not big enough, small enough, round enough, high enough. They make bras to minimize, squeeze, dab, and shape all of these issues. But what if we simply choose to accept our bodies as they are instead of shamefully hiding them? Not wearing a bra, at least for me, is a way of proudly accepting my body as it is and not forcing it to conform to the shape everyone wants it to be.
3. To save money
Bras are expensive, especially the larger your bra size. For me, bras cost anywhere from $ 50 to $ 80 per bra. None of my other clothes were this expensive, so forgoing bras saves me a lot of money.
4. Bra sizes are confusing
Our tatas seem to change size regularly. Lose five pounds, gain five pounds, or even just have your period and you’re a different height. I have been measured “professionally” a few times and people measuring seemed confused when the bras they were measuring me for didn’t fit. Many of the people performing the measurements do not appear to be properly trained. I also tried to measure myself and ended up confused.
I’m pretty sure the whole time I wore bras I was always wearing the wrong size. And even if I had landed the size just once, it changes so much that it probably wouldn’t have been the right size for a long time.
Bras look their best when fitted, which I think they rarely do.
5. No one notices a difference
I thought everyone would notice that I don’t wear a bra anymore. I was ashamed the first time I walked out without one. But if they notice it, they don’t say anything and no one looks at it either. So maybe it’s not as bad as everyone is saying.
6. He feels empowered
Yes. I am a feminist and not wearing a bra makes me feel like I am turning away from patriarchy. But don’t get me wrong, you can also wear bras and be a feminist. This is the point of it all. Bra wearing should be about what is comfortable for the woman, not what is comfortable for society. This is the part that gives power.
Nothing does a better job for a woman than taking off her bra at the end of the day. Why not feel this all day, every day?
It’s like wearing headbands. I enjoyed wearing them, but it wasn’t worth the tight headache I got at the end of the day. Perhaps removing a garment that clings so tightly to the body could make life a little less boring and help improve your mood. It can be really exhilarating to spend the day feeling really comfortable.
8. There are alternatives
Even if you like the aspects of bras and what they cover and shape, you can replace those things with less restrictive clothing. There are shirts that come with mugs that help hold things in place and cover things up, without over-tightening. Loose clothes and hoodies can hide things sometimes, too, but they’re so much more comfortable than bras.
9. It’s more hygienic
Let’s face it: people who wear bras rarely wash them. It is not because they are rude people. This is because of a combination of factors, such as the fact that bras are too expensive to own a lot and it is too much work to wash an everyday item of clothing that you wear every day. We can’t let bras sit in dirty clothes like regular clothes do when we have so few pairs.
Combine that with the fact that bras sit so tightly against the skin that they are covered in sweat every day. Not wearing a bra is more hygienic and probably smells better too.
10. Bras generate too much heat
Wearing restrictive clothes like this, when it’s midsummer and already stuffy, is too much. If you’re already sweating, a bra makes it even worse. It can get so bad that some people use deodorant under their bras. Wouldn’t it also make sense to give up wearing bras altogether?
No one should give up wearing bras
I think every woman should decide whether or not she wants to wear bras for herself. I’m just saying it’s a healthy alternative to go without it if that’s what makes you more comfortable.
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