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Juan Carlos Miranda
El Observador

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Today I wanted to talk to you all about a very, very important topic to all women–and some men– out there. An issue so important that it might one day save your life. Well I might be exaggerating a little, but it is important for all your ladies to know about it. Now, some of you women out there might think you know everything there is to know about it, but you might in fact be wrong. So what is so important that I’m making such a big fuss about? I’m talking about your bra.

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Now, even though I’m gay, I’m still a dude and I clearly don’t know much about bras. So today I will not pretend to be an expert, but I will present you with the findings of my extensive research and will offer none other than my very important opinion.

One of the facts I came across while doing my research was that 85% of women are wearing the wrong size of bra. That means almost all women! If that doesn’t make you stop and think about yourself, and if you’re wearing the right size, then I don’t know what will. Most women think that wearing a looser bra is more comfortable and better, which is not true. What women need is a firmer band to keep level between the front and back. Don’t get firmer and tighter mixed up, because the difference is the lonja overflow and, let’s keep it real, nobody likes lonjas unless you want to look like the Michelin man.

So lets get deeper into the fit. If you can fit more than two fingers underneath the band of your bra then you are wearing a bra that is too big for you and you need a smaller bra. Another thing I learned, that I never would’ve thought of before, is that most of the support you need should come from the band and not the straps.

Now let’s talk about cups, and not the SOLO ones. The most common mistake women make is settling for the wrong size. There should never be a extra space in the cup, nor should your breasts ever spill over. Cup sizes range from AAA all the way to N, so don’t think that D is the biggest size you can get.

It is important to mention that your bra size will fluctuate over time. Afterall, we are humans and we don’t ever stay the same size. When buying new bras take a number of things into consideration, like your weight (loss or gain), age, pregnancy, etc. It would be wise to get a bra fitting at least once a year so that you don’t keep on buying the same size over time.

Last but not least, your bras will not last forever. Just like other delicate pieces of garments in your closet, your bras will wear out and you’ll have to replace them. To get ‘the most bang out of your buck’ make sure you always hand wash them with lukewarm water and hang-dry them. Never put them in the dryer because the elastic will get damaged, and never store them with one cup inside of the other. Instead lay them flat and one on top of the other so they keep their shape.
Phew! that was a lot to take in. Ladies, I now know bras aint cheap, and I feel for you, but all the more reason why you should do your homework and get the right bra for you. Now I also know why it is so much easier being a guy, and that is why I bow down to you ladies. All my respect for you all.


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