As a self identifying busty female, finding busy girl comics was a gold mine for me. Anyone (and I mean anyone, not just women, but anyone) who is busty or considers themselves busy can relate to the topic.
Busy Girl Comics is body positive and very diverse.This web comic “was a daily web comic that ran from January 2012 to December 2012”. These comics were created by Paige Halsey Warren, also known as “Rampaige”. She went on to “visually vent the frustrations she and her friends and family always joked about.” Sadly, the series came to a close, but is still very relateable to many today. What I love about the Busty Girl comic page is that there are many resources that any and all could use. There are resources for where to buy a proper bra, sizing, different types of bras, other bloggers that discuss this body part in the media, art and ect. There are even resources for binders and breast reductions! What I love about this web comic is that it isn’t bias. It doesn’t body shame those with smaller breast and depicts realistic issues that go along with having large breast.
Rampaige is our spotlight of the week because of this awesome project. It’s the gift that keeps giving!
Hi guys I’m obsessed with this shit lately because I don’t want anyone to have unhappy, unsupported boobs like I did. Even if you think your boobs and bras are fine, try it. It will make a big difference in comfort, support, and shape, even if you have small boobs or big boobs. A proper fitting…
This is easily the most thorough and accurate tutorial I’ve ever seen. If you’ve been having trouble deciphering the magical boob code, check out this handy decoder ring.