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This one is total fiction, so wear that
bra without fear! As long as your bra isn’t super type (and we’re talking
corset-tight, not just tight enough to stay up), it won’t affect your growth at
all. While it’s good to take your bra off when you go to sleep—it lets the
material relax and regain elasticity, and gives your bod a bit of freedom…plus,
it’s comfier—you don’t have to worry about wearing it every day. Bras don’t stop your boobs from growing (or
give you cancer, for that matter).
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 11/23/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN boobs fact or fiction, my breasts are too small, when will my breasts grow, bras
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