Friday, November 15th, is CURVES Boobday!

hy_tits_bannerFirst, let me say I was completely blown away by the thought and care put into the images and words sent in this week.  You all make me SO proud to be a woman and to be Hyacinth, my alter ego.  I’m glad this blog has morphed into something outside of just me and my sex/love life.

Second, next week’s theme will be BLUE.

Third, thanks for following the new formatting rules.  Putting this together was a pleasure!

Fourth, I’m super excited that one of our smaller-breasted sisters decided to participate this week (thanks, Heather!).  We are heavily large-breasted most weeks and I would love to see more of the littles of us out there represented here.  Breasts are so pretty!

Lastly, I’ve decided that every month I’ll ask a Boobday participant to write a short essay (500 words or less) about what it means to her to share her body with the Internet.  This month, I asked G, of Filled and Fooled, the sweet and often self-conscious sex blogger we’ve all come to know and love to be my inaugural writer.

Here’s what she had to say:

Follow her at @CurvyMilfy on Twitter.

When you asked me to write about what it means to share my body with the internet, I was honored and excited for the opportunity.  I’m not sure I’ve ever said why I like sharing my boob pics. It took me a while to formulate an answer when it came down to it.  My reasons seem so primitive, so stimulus-response, yet so hard to explain.

When I first started sharing “boob pics” on the internet, it would produce a unique and sometimes rush-like feeling. Most often when I post a photo I’ve had to push past vulnerability, fears of all kinds, and my own rigid and outrageously high expectations for what I produce.  I push past the doubts because I know it feels good to create something that evokes a positive response, and it feels good to have sex appeal, and it feels good to project confidence.

So I publish, then dance between the fears and doubts and the memories of compliments and my momentary acceptances; pirouetting in the high of swirling emotions until the first notification.

What Boobday has done for me is evolved that dance, slowed me down a bit by cutting out some of the fears, and taken vulnerability out of the equation. We are all sharing our special qualities and our audience appreciates our differences.

As I slowed down it wasn’t so hard to see the beauty anymore. I am no longer chasing a high, I’m learning about human beings. Not everyone likes gigantic breasts, and huge nipples.  I sort of thought “the bigger the better” before, following these silly porn ideals I guess.  So, as I come to truly believe that my tits are great simply because they belong to me, I accept more of the things I don’t like about them.  And sharing them becomes less about a rush, but more about confirming I love myself.

This photo celebrates not only the obvious underside curve and pendulum-like boobs I sport, but it portrays the top of the cleavage curve, I claim it as distinctly “G”.  I know it may seem trivial to some, but I really didn’t like how the top of my cleavage always seems to curve a little to the left.  This dissatisfaction is probably a derivative of my long-ingrained belief that having a nice layer of softness over my body (i.e. being overweight)  isn’t a good thing.  So automatically I am inclined to be ashamed at yet another curve my body decides to take. But this photo shows that curve is okay.  My cleavage isn’t straight.  My breasts are fuller some days and saggier other days.  I now accept the fate and these facts that my beauty shall evolve (rather than fade), and I am no longer afraid.

Well said, G.  Well said.

Want to participate in Boobday?  Go here and read the Guidelines and State of the Boob Union to answer any questions, but this is the TL;DR of what I need each time:

  1. an attached pic

  2. a sentence about why you chose this particular photo

  3. if you want to be anonymous or not

  4. a hyperlink or URL to your Twitter handle (if you have one)

  5. a hyperlink or URL to your blog post (if you have one and post, it must have my Boobday banner and a link back to me)


Curves upon curves.


@Heather_Cole1 on Twitter.

Why I chose this photo: I’m extremely self-conscious of my small breasts. When I see them in photographs, it’s challenging for me to stop the negative thoughts. So I snapped this pic in my kitchen (my favorite room) wearing my favorite apron. In this view, I can see the curve of the underside of my breast, the curve of my nipple and the curve of where my hip meets my waist. There are a lot of curves to love, and I’m working on loving all of them.

SilverDom took this of his lovely for us this week. It reminds me of the view of a planet, so perfectly curved.
Follow her on Twitter at @BisexualMinx.

I chose this one for your CURVE theme because the ‘fetal’ positioning of my body portrays a distinct curve while nicely exemplifying my female form!

Follow her at @KaylaLords.

Between my breast, nipple, and even faint curvy outlines of bruises, there’s nothing not curvy about this one.

bookworm_cleavageAnonymous Bookworm submitted two pics with different lighting.  I spliced them together to better see the contrast.  She says, “I love unexpectedly catching a glimpse of my curves when I’m doing something as mundane as lying on the couch reading a book.”

Anonymous_Aussie_pearlsnap_cleavageAnonymous Aussie says, “It’s all about the curves this week Hy….& don’t all boobs have the most delicious curves?  & yes I confess to pulling the shirt in at the back to show my curvy boobs.”

Follow her at @Thereon_Cara.

When I think of my body, I think of curves. I wanted to take a photo that showed not just the curve of my breast, but of that other asset I’m known for. So I picked the picture that showed that (I hope).

A 40-something single mother who writes honestly about sex, body image, D/s, relationships, her nervous tics, and how much she loves to fucking fuck. She also likes to show you her tits.

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45 thoughts on “Friday, November 15th, is CURVES Boobday!
  1. Gorgeous ladies! I love this week’s selection of curves. You (we) are beautiful!

    And Hy, that pic of yours, high fives, you nailed it, great photo!

  2. I always enjoy Boobday for its celebration of women sharing their bodies. Having a focus on curves–as well as G’s lovely essay–was a very nice touch. I hope to participate again soon.

  3. You are right Hy, this is a wonderful post. Great idea on the highlight of the lovely ladies and thank you “G” for your words. Always a pleasure that I look forward to.

  4. G – thank you for sharing your inner feelings about posting pictures. In many ways these thoughts are more intimate than the pictures themselves, more revealing about yourself.

    Great picture this week, too:-)

  5. I just love how everybody has contributed a vignette, long or short, about the picture you chose. It makes you all even more beautiful than these oh so attractive pictures could ever say on their own.

  6. Oh, fudge, I forgot to send my picture. Darn, more time to just sit here and gaze at all your lovely photos! :) I love the essay idea and how the theme is interpreted by everyone.

  7. A singer I like once sung “The road is like a woman, soft shoulders and dangerous curves” You all have such wonderful soft shoulders and dangerous curves. Thanks for sharing.

  8. I just love a woman’s breasts; big, small, big nipples, small nipples – doesn’t matter – and I have great appreciation for all those women who share their breasts on Boobday!

  9. Breasts really ARE so pretty – big or little. I’m always fascinated by the pictures others choose and what they have to say. I feel absolutely honored to be a part of Boobday each week.

  10. I love the photos and I agree with what is expressed in writing by you and others here. I honestly feel that all female breasts, areolas and nipples are wonderful, regardless of size, and I appreciate the beauty I see as well as the pleasure that I feel from viewing small, medium and large breasts.

    I would be an active participant in Curves Boob Day, if I had what it takes, but I don’t… which is as it should be for me, being a man. But I can still be an appreciative male member of the audience, and thanks for sharing. :-)

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