Autostraddle writers and some special guests giving you the scoop on over-the-shoulder-boulder-holders and otherwise-inclined chest-covering situations — fashion, history, feelings and so much more.
- Riese BernardCurator
- Laneia JonesCurator
- Yvonne S. MarquezCurator
- Rachel KincaidEditor
- Rory MidhaniIllustrator
It’s Bra Week on Autostraddle! Read all about it and kick off the celebrations with a mega-gallery of grrrls and bois in a variety of over-the-shoulder-boulder-holders and otherwise-inclined brasseries.
Pardon my French.
In A Very Special Bra Week edition of Drawn to Comics, we bring you “Busty Girl Comics,” Paige Halsey Warren’s tales of the perks and problems that come from being busty.
“According to me, 80-85% of women are right where I want them: completely astonished at how swiftly and effortlessly I remove their bras.”
The truth is that it can be more than a bit intimidating to shop for lingerie, especially if you are just starting out. To get you started, here are 6 things that I always try to think about when I’m lingerie shopping.
Whether you are considering binding for yourself, have been binding for years but want to learn more about binder brands and health, or want to prepare to support your friends and loved ones, you’ve come to the right place.
“I’m also embracing my tomboy/blue jean/lazy femme realness more and more each day. This means if I’m going to spend monies on something, it better be perfect for all of my skipping and hopping around the gender presentation spectrum.”
This is probably an opportunity for my boobs to get the blue screen of death for no reason.
Buying a bra isn’t always the easiest thing. This can be especially true if you’re a trans woman, and even more so if you transitioned later in life. But don’t worry, I’ve got some tips to help you out.
Bras are expensive. Let’s make some ourselves.
If you hear “AA” and don’t think “batteries,” this bra guide is for you!
Wearing bras can be just as empowering and bold as rallying naked in the streets at Pride. But for anyone interested in not wearing a bra, here are some alternatives!
Bralessness still has a ton of social stigma attached to it. People rarely attribute bralessness to comfort or personal preference; instead, it’s seen as a plea for sexual attention, a political statement, or even a lack of self-care.
“It was daunting to go in for a custom fitting but I’m a convert, now. I definitely feel way more confident in my choice of size and style.”
Sugar and spice and lace and bra-fitting and lingerie and everything nice.
This meeting of the International Hot Chicks With Large Racks Society is hereby called to order.