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Posted 2/6/18 , edited 2/6/18

“A lack of representation of saggy-looking boobs when I used to go bra shopping in M&S [as a young teenager] made me realise that something is wrong with the way the world views women’s bodies,” Eggerue told BuzzFeed News.


Gee-whiz, it's almost like bras are partially intended to correct the appearance of sagging, or something.

I think the basic premise of the "movement" is harmless. I do, however, think it was created by an asshole who can't handle criticism.

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Posted 2/6/18 , edited 2/6/18
I think we are investing waaay to much time in making all these individual movements. It's like we're creating so many now that no one can ever feel like they shouldn't protest that they aren't being noticed. Everyone is a part of a movement now. Some are part of multiple movements. Bet if there is a movement called perkyboobs matter it will be shot down and deemed sexist.
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Posted 2/6/18 , edited 2/11/18

jtjumper wrote:


qwueri wrote:

#Allboobsmatter?


#ManBoobsMatter


^^^^^ this ^^^^^^
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Posted 2/7/18 , edited 2/8/18
Don't make it confuse to "SagYourPants" matters.
It's still ban here in Opa Locka.
Posted 2/7/18 , edited 2/7/18
Manboobs should matter considering it's not just women who are at risk of breast cancer. Anyway, far more people are dying from prostrate cancer (underfundedness reasons) than from breast cancer so save your dads people!
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Posted 2/8/18 , edited 2/8/18
Is this a thing now? Wow. Lol.

Every girl gets saggy boobs after a while. It's normal; it's natural. And if you're going to be committed to a long-term relationship (READ: Marriage), then it's something to expect. Thankfully, most women don't sag too far until they're already in their senior years.
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Posted 2/11/18 , edited 2/11/18
As long as they stay covered I can live with it.
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Posted 2/12/18 , edited 2/12/18
Saggy boobs will never be the ideal. Aging happens, simple as that, there isn't any need to be overly negative or overly delusional about it.
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Posted 2/12/18 , edited 2/13/18
This is why we can't have nice things
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Posted 2/21/18 , edited 2/21/18
well honestly it depends. are we talking hitomi tanaka sagging, or grandma sagging?
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Posted 2/21/18 , edited 2/21/18
Sagging is what happens when anyone ages. Nothing to feel bad about.

It's about as silly as me feeling bad about my ever-saggier balls.

Of course, we will tend to prefer the younger-looking this or that, and that's fine, too.
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Posted 3/1/18 , edited 3/1/18
While I do love ALL types of boobs. I do believe beauty is in the eye of the beholder, however this #saggyboobsmatter thing is just insecure women looking for recognition from men because men don't usually like saggy boobs. It's unfortunate.

Now if they have saggy boobs because they're old, that's different. If it's because they're overweight then its better for THEM to actually lose some weight so they can actually be healthier women whether they get male attention or not. Men in a sane society are attracted to healthy women the same as women are attracted to healthier men in mind and body. (Don't think fitness model, that's extreme).

I as a man in my mid 20's cares more about a woman who cares more about her health then my recognition and I personally think that they should too. (Even though that isn't the case for much of society, at least where I live)
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Posted 3/5/18 , edited 3/5/18
That hashtag only tells me that the creator needs validation from other people in order to accept her body.

If I'd truly believe that my saggy boobs matter I would be happy with myself without the approval of other people so I don't know what's the point of this hashtag, many men and women don't like saggy boobs and they have all the right to feel that way. Sometimes you have to work for something in order to love yourself.

Having said that, I'm flat chested so I don't have to worry about saggy boobs nor do I care about them.
Posted 3/5/18 , edited 3/6/18
Insensitive right. Its clear it came to its destination, like so many "soft", "weak" things it mocks body appreciation as a thing. Before society devolved in "red pills" , once upon a recently postmodern time time this wasnt openly funny. it still isnt but to a certain audience . Making it a vehicle for derision, mockery, and scandal isn't. That said, it doesn't matter what intentions were if it causes that outcome. Sensitivity is a dying virtue in the society and it gets a crude laughing echo chamber like pirahnas being fed bloody carcasses. When one forgets too fight savage impulses to become lesser apes than the embrace higher cognitive concepts than we willingly succumb to such base idiocies as making dung threads celebrating dumb fails when real peeps cant fx they sagging tities. I mourn this trend of. sick delight in suffering on others
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Posted 4/8/18 , edited 4/8/18
Unnecessary, to be honest.
Can't we just make a # for just generally appreciating any body and move on? People have different body types, we get it. There's more important things to be tagging.
Besides, I thought all women kinda already had an unspoken agreement that we should just like our boobs for what they are no matter what and move on with life. It's not like guys really care anyway, boobs are boobs.
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