Silicone breast forms: what’s your experience?

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    Rebecca
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    I currently use silicone breast forms inside a bra. I’ve notice a different approach available, that I’ve seen listed by many suppliers on eBay, which is a more extensive form that covers the chest completely. Has anyone used this? There is a choice of two fillers for them – cotton or silicone – and I’d love to learn what other trans women think of the differences.

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      Dana Munson
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      Hi! I presently use fairly high quality silicone breast forms by Nearly Me. A bit expensive, yes, but they give an excellent shape and are quite comfortable. In breast forms, “Ya gets what ya’s pays for,” as Popeye might say. As Evelyn mentions, those pull-on, all-in-one “breast plate” gadgets can look appealing on the Internet, but they present some practical issues in real life. If you’ve got the money to burn, you can try them out – they may work for you in your circumstances. Me, I live in So. California, and the idea of having my upper torso wrapped in rubber during summer heat is, well, not appealing in the least! Of course, once the hormones kick in and get a chance to work for a while, I hope I’ll be able to put the forms away forever. But that day is a little ways off yet.

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      • #134885
        Rebecca
        FREE

        Here in cold north-east England, the idea of insulating my upper body is extremely appealing!

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      I believe what your are referring to are “breast plates”. I’ve never used them, and to my knowledge I’ve never seen anyone out in public using one, either. They seem more aimed at photography options in my mind. There are straps over the shoulders and up the neck. At some point there is an edge of the breast plate that needs to be covered. Doing so in a non-posed manner would seem challenging. Not to mention the heat and “glow” (we don’t “sweat”… 🙂 ) from wearing a silicone top.

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      • #134886
        Rebecca
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        I’m not sure that I would know if someone else is wearing one of these. The version I was looking at was not up to the neck but over the shoulders, which would not be visible. I don’t know what it would feel like to wear silicone on the skin, but most of the year here in north-east England it is not hot – it’s more a matter of keeping warm enough.

    • #134879
      Rebecca
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      <p style=”text-align: center;”>I dont need to use them</p>

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