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Hurray for boobies!

| Jul 11, 2006
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One of the most obvious indicators of being female is the presence of breasts.  If you’ve got ’em, you might just have an easier time passing.  And the more realistic, the better.   Sure, inserts and forms and rolled up socks are good, but cleavage will buy you some more credibility…

Barring getting implants, or growing my own, cleavage is not always easy.  And it’s frustrating.
I’ve got enough body fat that it should be a cinch.  Yes, I have man-boobs.  Not so great when I’m at work and they stick out from a t-shirt, and worse, they’re not benefiting me when I’m dressed.

I’ve tried the Wonderbra.  Nothing happened.  I did some creative stuffing, hoping to force flesh forward.  Nada.  I’ve even done the shading trick: using makeup to darken the area where cleavage shadows would be.  It’s not convincing on me.

Last time I went out, I used the old trick with medical tape.  (That’s where you put the “L” shaped strips alongside the nipples, and then stretch pieces straight across, pulling the breasts together.)  Not much happened except skin burns.
So, what will work?  Is there some kind of harness I can use?  A low cut sports bra that might work?  How do you get your cleavage looking good?  The only thing that has worked for me, has been to lean forward dramatically, and use my arms to force everything to the center.  And while that doesn’t look bad in pictures, it’s kinda weird when you’re doing it at the bar.


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Ronnie Rho has been writing for Transgender Forum since May of 1999. One of these days, she'll get it right. She's been described as the "world's most famous recluse," but only by people who don't know her very well. She is unmarried, and lives in Cincinnati.

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  1. beverlyjc says:

    Unfortunatly, we as a group need to over compensate in some areas to mask the subtle male signals our bodys send, ie facial structures, general shape, skin texture. Cleavage will give us a distractor that can help as long as it isn’t over done. Realy big brests and inyour face cleavage will attract too much attention, but perportionate breasts, and a modist cleavage can enhance against the casual look that peple give each other in passing by everyday.

  2. Jamie Ann says:

    >One of the most obvious indicators of being female is the presence of breasts. If you’ve got ‘em, you might just have an easier time passing. And the more realistic, the better. Sure, inserts and forms and rolled up socks are good, but cleavage will buy you some more credibility…
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    There are lots of women who are relatively flat-chested, with no significant cleavage, yet they “pass as women” all the time. I think that we have to ask ourselves, “Why are they easily recognized as women, in spite of their small breasts and lack of cleavage?” The answer is their bust-waist-hips proportions. A genetic woman who is 33-25-36 is going to look much more feminine than a crossdresser who, with breast forms, is 44-37-38. In my opinion, focusing on proportions (which means hip padding) is going to be more helpful than focusing on breasts and cleavage.

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