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  • If I was still dating, of course! Most women have some differences between their left and right breasts, some major, some minor. I dated a woman who had a partial mastectomy. It was interesting learning how the removed breast had a silicone insert for shape and tattoo of a nipple and areola so that it looked like a normal breast.

    • You sound like a wonderful person. That's great that you were supportive of her situation 🙂

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  • Unless she has some sort of cancer or infection making her look like a horror movie monster, then I'd be content that she's willing to trust me with seeing her topless at all. These "deformities" don't even look that horrifying. I've had more nightmare-inducing skin tags removed from my ballsack, than these mishapen boobs will ever frighten me!

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  • My friend had this issue, she got small implants to correct it. Now she is really happy. She was so nervous at a beach and such.
    Never heard a bad comment from boys about it so who knows

  • What are you calling deformed? Hundreds of thousands if not millions of women have breast that are not the same size. That is not deformed.

    • The deformity has nothing at all to do with breast assymetry. The picture is a perfected illustration of what is known as tuberous breast deformity. If you look up this congenital condition you will see real life versions that are much more obvious Generally tuberous brests are spaced far apart and cover very little of the chest wall, they tend to have an elongated tube shaped with no underboob. The long breasts tend to point downwards with a higher than normal breast fold. The areola tends to encapsulate the tip of the breast. They are referred to as snoopy boobs. Think of a small slice of pepperoni shape! Finding proper fitting clothes with tuberous breasts is almost impossible without a padded bra

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  • Definitely not in my case and I wouldn't know about it anyway unless she showed me upfront or wanted to talk about it.

    • I would be put off a bit if she starts talking about her deformed breasts on a first date, not because of the deformed breasts but that's an awkward thing to talk about. Maybe we can change the subject? :-D

  • these are all normal breasts

    • The pictures don't really show how they look in real life (obviously I can't show real pics) typically they are very obvious and the areola encapsulates the entire breast which covers little of the chest wall. They might be an inch in width for example

    • okay but i think all those are normal, cause its more common for breasts to be uneven than even

  • I dated a woman who had had a double mastectomy- there was nothing there. Breasts are not a game changer.

  • Yeah I would

  • Yeah, although none of those pictures even look deformed to me.

    • If you look up the condition online you will see real life pictures which look way more obvious

    • I've seen real life breasts like that. They're perfectly fine! I know a girl with 2 entirely different cup sizes, a girl with huge areolas, a girl with super saggy boobs - and they all have partners who love them the way they are. I personally have an AA cup and used to be insecure about that, but there are plenty guys that love petite women so I learned to love my body the way it is!

  • I've seen women with breasts like that before, including Type IV, and I didn't even know that was a medical disfigurement. So yes, I guess.

    • Interesting In real life they tend to be very asymettrical unlike the photos and look more obvious in my opinion. That is nice to hear that you have seen it before and didn't know it was a deformity 😊

    • Yeah, I knew one girl who was supposedly a 34C, but she had big floppy pancake boobs, that looked like they'd droop like jelly outside of the bra. Like water balloons with only a little bit of water in them. I didn't know they were a deformity.

    • The guy above that compared womens bodies to pizza

  • I've seen women with breasts like that before, including Type IV, and I didn't even know that was a medical disfigurement. So no, not a dealbreaker.

  • I would be fine with it. It doesn't define the person.

    • Thank you it is so enlightening to learn how tuberous breasts seem to mean so little to men I was once under the assumption that 99 percent of men would not want to be with a woman with tuberous breast deformity but it seems that 99 percent of men on the contrary don't care if the breasts are deformed...

    • What you describe sounds like the breasts that a girlfriend who I dated in college had. She knew that I loved to touch and suck on them and that I got very aroused doing it. So it was a major turn on for her.

    • Glad to know there are good men out there. I was pretty upset and disgusted by the guy who answered with comparing women's bodies to pizza.

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  • Maybe, it's a plastic surgery company who is calling them deformed, not the most objective source.

    • Have you looked up the so called condition? The chart I posted is actually a poor representation of what the breasts look like in real life. Have you ever skinny, long, tiny tube shaped breasts, where the areola area "encapsulates" the tip of the breast? Its said that there is a lack of progesterone that causes arrested development. Any breast tissue herniates "travels" into the nipple causing puffy areolas. Many, many women with this condition find it difficult or near impossible to breast feed. Some also find the condition rather uncomfortable. That said you do have a point. Deformed is quite a harsh term

    • You sure toke your time with that comment, yea deformed is too harsh term for that.

  • Yeah I definitely would. I’m a butt enthusiast anyways.

  • none of that is weird? its natural and because all breasts are beautiful

    • The pics are perfected in real life they dont look like that, very asymettrical tubular and thin like half a hot dog on a wide chest no tissue all areola

  • Mine is normal

  • Yes I would. But I don't even think of those breast types as deformities.

    • Have you googled tuberous breast deformity? The pictures don't really look anywhere near as obvious as the real life examples. Think of an inch or so long slice of pepperoni stuck on a wide chest wall if that makes sense... the breasts are very far apart and cover little of the chest, they generally have no underboob in otherwords point to the ground. The areola encapsulates the tip of the breast.

  • Tits are tits, but I would hardly think someone would be judged by them alone?

    i. e "No miss, you're a great gal and all, and tick all my boxes, but your tits are just too small/deformed for me to date..."

    • I agree. If a person has an awesome personality is kind hearted and has a lot in common with someone then a small characteristic or imperfection shouldn't change that... Beauty fades with age anyhow.

    • One man on here admitted that if a woman was otherwise gorgeous, intelligent compatible etc. Yet had tubular breasts it would be a deal breaker as breast shape is most important

  • Would you date a man with a deformed penis?

    Probably not.

    • I guess that's a no? What if the woman had a great personality and was otherwise beautiful, but she had the tube shaped breasts where the areola "encapsulates" the tip of her breasts.

    • You are an evil, cold hearted excuse of human flesh The true definition of scum

  • Would not matter one bit to me.

  • As a nudist the only ones I see are deformed are implants. Just be you naturally!

    • Have you seen tuberous breasts real life photos? Look on Google the diagram doesn't really look like the real life pics which are far more obvious

  • I don't know, when I like a girl, I never see her breasts or whether she is sexy or not, like, the word "sexy or hot" is not in my brain dictionary.

    • "I'm not like other guys..."

    • @kitkills yeah 🔥🔥🔥🔥🤣🤣

    • 😂😂😂

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  • Yes, I would date a woman with a deformed breast

  • No hun it's not a deal breaker at all

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