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Bra Shopping

The struggles of one who bounces boob-ily betwixt straight and plus sizes

Photo by Nati Melnychuk on Unsplash

I’ve never not been busty. I remember being nine years old, staring up at the training bras at Walmart with my thirteen-year-old sister. She grabbed an extra small, and I, cautiously, picked up a medium, wondering, not for the first time, why I was so much more “grown” than other girls. I had always been taller than…

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Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence is a Canadian PhD student of English at Trinity College Dublin. She is the author of two LGBT YA novels, Out of Order and Order in the Court.

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