Dear 7-11 guy

July 16, 2014 § Leave a comment

You’re not subtle. And when you try to be, you just look silly. It’s ok, we’re used to it.
All women, especially well endowed ones like me, are used to people glancing at our chests while talking to us.
Not just guys, either. Women, straight women, gay men, it’s just what happens. Hell, I do it, I can’t help it, and neither can you. As long as your eyes are on my face more often than my chest, we’re good.
Heck, a while back I was watching RDA with two male friends and a female friend, and there was a Patreon video on. After a bit, the guys started talking about how there must be a script right below the camera, because the guy kept looking at it while talking, and the other woman and I both admitted we hadn’t even noticed. We are both so accustomed to people glancing down regularly while talking to us, it didn’t even register. Of course, once pointed out, yeah there’s no reason it should be happening in a pre-recorded video on the Internet, but until then we were just politely ignoring it out of habit and years of practice.
It’s incredibly uncomfortable when you’re young and your boobs are new, but by our mid 30s most of us are so used to it that, while we do notice (we always notice) it’s really not A Thing anymore, it’s just part of the burden of being a Boob Bearer.


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