I used to hate having big boobs but now I know my body is sexy – I won’t hide away anymore

 

MANY people have had one part of their body that they wish they could change. One woman said she used to feel this way, but now she’s embraced her figure the way it is.

Hari Beavis is a digital content creator whose productions focus on lifestyle and wellbeing.

She also runs a blog aptly named the The Big T*ttie Committee, which gathered over 250k followers.

“Younger me hating my boobs because I didn’t know hot to dress or feel confident at 15,” she wrote over a video of herself frowning.

“23-year-old me realizing I have big boobs and can still look sexy with the right clothes,” she added over a clip of her dancing confidently. “And I now help young girls do the same.”

“Love yourself,” she wrote in the caption.

Beavis’ commentary resonated with viewers, who took to the comment section to share their stories and opinions.

“I’m 28 and still struggling!” one wrote. “I wish I had your advice back then!”

“The clothes are the problem, not your body,” another wrote. “The right fitting clothes can make you feel a lot better about yourself.”

Hari Beavis runs a blog called The Big T*ttie Committe Credit.“Sad that society makes young beautiful ladies of all shapes and sizes feel insecure,” a third wrote.

In another video, Beavis also shared tips on how she learned to love her body more.

“Things I’ve realized about my body in my 20s that I wish I knew in my teens,” she prefaced.

She recommended talking to your own body in a supportive way.

“Speak to your body kindly,” she advised. “To improve your relationship with your mental health.”

She ultimately advised to the read daily news, click here.

About the author

Jackson

Add Comment

By Jackson

Get in touch

Content and images available on this website is supplied by contributors. As such we do not hold or accept liability for the content, views or references used. For any complaints please contact babumanish.kuwar@gmail.com. Use of this website signifies your agreement to our terms of use. We do our best to ensure that all information on the Website is accurate. If you find any inaccurate information on the Website please us know by sending an email to babumanish.kuwar@gmail.com and we will correct it, where we agree, as soon as practicable. We do not accept liability for any user-generated or user submitted content – if there are any copyright violations please notify us at babumanish.kuwar@gmail.com – any media used will be removed providing proof of content ownership can be provided. For any DMCA requests under the digital millennium copyright act please contact babumanish.kuwar@gmail.com with the subject DMCA Request.
Contact us: babumanish.kuwar@gmail.com