Going Braless

Going Braless

For over a year, Amber kept a video diary about her experiment with going braless at work and in public. As she put it, she shared her “day to day struggles and triumphs related to the growing trend of ditching the woefully uncomfortable and inconvenient undergarment that every woman secretly wishes she could do without.”

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Photo: Screen grab from The Braless Diaries episode 10

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4 thoughts on “Going Braless”

  1. I enjoy your podcasts. Looking forward to part two on children. On the most recent episode on going bras you covered the nipple question but not size. I saw that your guest is a D cup. But what about larger? My wife as a DD is bothered by the movement when she walks. She is fine at home but doesn’t like attention when out so she wears a bra. Thinking for women with even larger ones that it could be uncomfortable or is that the case?

    1. There is no question that not wearing a bra can be difficult for anyone with larger breasts. I personally can’t speak to this but women have told me that it is a matter of slowly helping the breasts adjust to the lack of support. It is something that Soma Grismaijer addresses in this episode: https://www.naturistlivingshow.com/2012/07/health.html

  2. I stopped wearing a bra over 7 years ago. Bras were never comfortable for me and I could never find one that actually fit me well. I slowly started by not wear one and checked with a trusted women at work and she said it was not noticeable. After hearing the 2018 podcast “Dressed to Kill” I made sure I talked to my daughter and daugher-in-law to inform them that they should consider not wearing a bra or at least limit the use of them.
    When I began to go braless my breast were sore, but after a little over two weeks my body adjusted. I have become very comfortable not wearing a bra and if the topic presents itself and it seems to be appropriate, I will disclose I do not wear a bra with other women. No one has ever said anything to me and I work in a professional organization. I’m in upper management and believe women have a right to be bra free. Our dress code does not indicate a women is required to wear a bra; therefore, we have a right to be bra free. Out of respect for others if I wear a white shirt I do wear an undershirt. I rather be at Solair though going without any clothes including playing Pickleball.
    Thank you for your program, I enjoy listening and admire your professionalism.

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