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    • October 27, 2013 8:13 PM GMT
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      Looking at getting my first pair of breast forms soon and I'd like ot be able to do some "topless" pictures. Can anyone recommend forms that would be self-adhesive and would suit
      this purpose without breaking the bank? Or should I just be looking for adhesive
      for ordinary breast forms?

      Thanks girls!
      Stacey-Lynn
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    • October 28, 2013 6:58 AM GMT
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      im not to sure on things like that I used spirit gum on my old form don't us them now bought some ages ago that just slip into my bra

      and with spirit gum it does work but does leave a crusty residue if not clean off xxx
    • November 21, 2013 3:13 PM GMT
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      Hi Stacey-Lynn, we have some realistic breast forms at the moment. They are pre-attached on clear bra straps so you can wear them without a bra if you like :)

      http://www.crossdressingcloset.com/accessories/breast-forms.html
    • December 3, 2013 9:33 PM GMT
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      There are lots of women with next to no sizeable breasts. Maybe just go au naturelle and make the best of what you've got with an underbust tight corset ( and some nipple rings ) to make you feel a bit more feminine..
    • December 4, 2013 12:08 AM GMT
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      <blockquote><strong><a href="/se4/profile/stefanieCD">stefanie Bourgeois</a> said:</strong><br />There are lots of women with next to no sizeable breasts. Maybe just go au naturelle and make the best of what you've got with an underbust tight corset ( and some nipple rings ) to make you feel a bit more feminine..</blockquote><br />

      Um, whaty the hell are you talking about? I have no breasts! Go with what I got? I'm a guy, flatter than a pancake! Huh?

    • December 4, 2013 3:00 PM GMT
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      November 21, 2013 3:13:32 PM GMT
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      Hi Stacey-Lynn, we have some realistic breast forms at the moment. They are pre-attached on clear bra straps so you can wear them without a bra if you like :)

      http://www.crossdressingcloset.com/accessories/breast-forms.html


      Same ones are on ebay for half the price.
      Beware the sales-spammer.

      And to stefanie - Flat is no fun, girl clothes are cut for boobs, in my eyes, clothes look better with some boob, so up the boobs!
      I see where you're coming from, but they make your tummy look flatter too :)
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      I use Amoenas a lot of the time. They've got good shape and are reusable self adhesive. Not exactly cheap.
      You reset them by scrubbing with a detergent they give you.
      They don't withstand sweaty dancing.
      On hot days I put lightweight temporary mastecyomy boobs into a mastectony bra - also Amoena.
      When I want to push the boat out and not show straps I glue on a dispensible pair with Hollister.

    • August 8, 2014 10:49 PM BST
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      In all my various purchases I prefer to buy quality, even if that means expense, rather than buy a lot of cheaper items that don't last long; I think in the long run buying best turns out to be cheapest.

      Until recently I have always used quality post-mastectomy breast forms. None of them is self-adhesive and the use of adhesive is not recommended. The forms were D cup and I always wore a DD bra size which allowed the forms to wobble about very realistically when moving about. If I had glued them on this effect (and delightful feeling) would not have been achievable. The big drawback to proper silicone forms however is that after a certain amount of use the silicone starts to break down and they lose their shape and start to look rather peculiar. Women who use them daily often have to replace them within the year, for 'part-time' trannies they do of course last much longer but I was getting fed up with having to renew them every 3 years or so (I used them many times a week).

      My circumstances have changed and I now dress every day so I shopped around looking for very much longer lived breast forms and ones that I can also safely wear in bed without them bursting from pressure if rolled on to. This also meant, ideally, they should be either self-adhesive or could have adhesive applied.

      On my general assumption that only the best is good enough for me ("because I'm worth it") and it will prove cheaper in the long run I went for the suoer realistic, super weighted Divine "Aphrodite' breast forms. To maintain my 42D bust size and be able to still use my existing wardrobe I needed the extra large size. These are too large and heavy to self-adhere without support from a bra unless I use medical grade adhesive which I can't be bothered with. They are absolutely wonderful, can safely take make up so I can hide the joins if I'm showing cleavage and I wear them 24/7 except for the occasions I have to present myself in drab. They cost (cough! cough!) slightly over £500 but I was spending £200 every 3 years on the silcones and my new ones should last the rest of my lifetime with careful handling so they will pay for themselves in short order. Worth every penny.

      The one drawback is that being self-adhesive to some extent and being a little firmer than traditional soft silicone, they do not wobble about as realistically. A small price to pay for near perfection in all other aspects and if I am wearing a daring outfit that demands a lot of wobble (rare now that I dress to suit my physical rather than mental age) then I revert to my old soft silicones even though one goes out of shape after a few hours by which time I'm too drunk to notice anyway.

      These would be ideal for being photographed au naturelle if you are prepared to use medical adhesive and blend them in with make up. Personally I couldn't be bothered, probably because of the horrible state of the rest of my body. Why not photograph yourself bare chested and then photoshop onto youself the biggest pair of mammaries you can find?

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