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Skepchick Quickies 4.13

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  1. Love the busty girl stuff.  And couldn't agree more about the additional link.  I've been bustier than my peers since 4th grade (even when I was slender).  The abuse from others has always been absolutely revolting–especially when it is targeted at a child.

  2. The busty girl stuff makes me happy.  I particularly like the "Where, exactly?" response to "put those away!", as I tend to find form-fitting lower-necked clothing more comfortable (HATE having things up around my neck or baggy and getting in my way), and so seem to gather public comment.  I got 'em young like WhatPaleBlueDot, and I remember all sorts of accusatory talk about "a handful is enough" and how the perfect breast fits in some kind of glass that I would obviously overflow (or break) or other such stuff directed at me even in elementary school. Yes, because I grew them on purpose! 

  3. Busty Girl is my new favourite comic, thank you. I had http://bustygirlcomics.com/post/19629087407/practically-overnight happen to me when I was 11, my first bra was a 34B.
    But as a former bellydance teacher taught me, standing up straight doesn't send the wrong message. It's odd to think how much that still affects me. I guess I still feel vulnerable about it. I laughed at every one of these.
    Also, peacock spiders are awesome, can Bug Girl do a thing about them?
     

  4. My personal favorite was the busty girl comics because having very large breasts the humor is really relevant. I am also young, 21 but when I first turned legal (18 in Alberta, Canada) I couldn't believe the amount of people who asked to motorboat me. My body is mine! And how much my mother wants me to cover my breasts.
     
     

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