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Model Tahnee Atkinson Says Her Boobs Are So Big She Loses Work Because of Them

If there’s one thing I know, it’s that big breasts are generally regarded as a good thing. Most people love big breasts, and most women I’ve known wish theirs were bigger. You know, until the back problems start.

Model Tahnee Atkinson told Perth Now that her very large breasts have actually cost her work.

Due to the fashion industry professionals preferring models with smaller cup sizes, Atkinson admitted she lost out for some roles, but said it did not stop her from “finding her own niche” within the industry.

“There’s obviously that side of the industry where you have to be a size zero and have a tiny cup size, so I’ve probably lost a bit of work due to the size of my boobs but I’ve also gained a lot of work because of the size of my boobs,” Atkinson said.

Yeah, they are pretty big. Atkinson hasn’t let having giant breasts drag her down, she’s become a sort of ambassador for the other poor, unfortunate woman cursed with huge melons.

She is officially the face of its new campaign called Full Cup and Fabulous, which caters for women with bigger breasts by designing sexy, comfortable bras up to a size G cup.

“I have a larger bust and it’s often been hard to find bras that aren’t daggy. I guess the bigger they are the more daggy they will be, so this collection is really exciting for girls with a bigger cup,” she said.

I, for one, think it’s great that large-breasted women are finally being seen as attractive. For too long they’ve been oppressed, told by video game and comic book bloggers that they look “ridiculous”  and not like “real women.”

Hopefully, this is the first step towards people finally discovering that women with gigantic, luscious tatas can be attractive, too.

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