I am perfectly aware that breasts, and especially their size, have very little value –if any– as a mesure of femininity. But for me are an interesting bodily signal of my gender shift.
Both my sister and I had some incipient breasts, with protruding nipples, when we were young teens. Those of my sister kept on growing to a full womanly size, and mine stayed alike until I took some doses of oestrogen in my first twenties (but I discontinued them and the growing tits shrank again).
As I am now into a well-decided sexual transition through legal HRT, my breasts have noticeably grown. But not steadily; and sometimes they even seem to recede –right now they are smaller than two/ three months ago; just when I began to think they were rather cute, and I even bought some brand new B-sized swimwear…
I show two views of them. The first below is taken in 2017 after some 8 months of fem-hormone intake (the bra, so shy and large in apparence for my needs, was just a try, and I wore it as a sole top in summer, with pants or shorts. I do not wear bras under shirts or tees or any other top). The photo is edited in outlandish texture and colours according to my usual fancy.
The other photo (first below) is much older, and shows my natural, scarcely manly, chest and nipples in my early twenties; I was then a bit heavier, anyway… I have paired it with the same picture above edited in a similar way. They both disrespect very well the original natural colours:
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