Writing by Georgia
My name is Georgia, I am almost 29 years old. My breasts continued to grow until the age of 25 when they finally stopped at a G cup. At the age of 27 I had an eight week long migraine which resulted in going off the pill. At that same age, I got adult acne which really affected me as I never had even a pimple during my teenage years.
While the above may seem like first world problems, I couldn’t help but think why. Why are my breasts so large? Why do I suffer from migraines and why did I only start to get acne as an adult? These questions all lead me to the one conclusion. I am resilient.
Why did I get large breasts? Well the obvious reason is genetics (thanks mum!). At this stage in my life I have come to accept my body. I accept her curves, her lumps, her bumps and most of all, I respect her courage. I am a size 8 upper body, with broad shoulders, G cup breasts and size 10 bottom body. I do not have a six pack nor do I have a thigh gap and I am okay with that. Accepting my body is a journey I am still traveling and it is a journey that will never stop. However by learning to have respect for myself I am more resilient when my judgmental self decides to jumps in.
Around two years ago, I was having a cocktail and a thought came to me, I don’t actually know what big busted options are out there for me. Despite numerous attempts at searching, I couldn’t find any websites or social media pages to help me with my searches. On to my next cocktail, I had another idea, why don’t I start my own social media page showcasing the bras I have while exploring all the options out there.
Around six months later I came up with the name Confessions of a G cup and about three months later, I posted my first photo. Since then I haven’t looked back.
Through starting Confessions of a G cup it has opened the world that is big busted lingerie, ultimate girl gangs and a community full of support (figuratively and literally). From stepping out of my comfort zone I have met the most bad ass babes of my entire life.
I really believe that as women, we can be our own greatest friend but we can also be our own worst enemy. When we truly love our bodies, it’s a love affair like no other but often we find so much to critique and it can be so debilitating.
I have now made the conscious decision to surround myself with women who are like minded, open, welcoming, non-judgmental, supportive, strong and most of all women who accept all women.