I've got small boobs and they give me so many problems no one talks about – it's annoying my bikinis never stay in place

BODY shapes come in all different shapes and sizes.

But one woman, who is from the US, has taken to TikTok to share the problems that she encounters with having a small chest.

Yolanda, who goes by the acronym @yolandainthecity and often shares stories online to spread small chest positivity, posted a short clip where she explains: "Flat chest problems no one talks about."

She then goes on to list several of the issues she encounters on a daily basis.

Among them includes frustration that lingerie never quite fits right and that bralettes fit loose.

Not stopping there, she also expresses her annoyance that "bikinis never stay in place" and notes that it's "impossible to find a bra that doesn't gap."


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The post has received over 123,000 views and 165,000 likes – and has been inundated with comments.

"Not to mention how people will make fun of us for it," wrote one.

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A second admitted: "The struggles are real

A third reassured: "Honey that's not a problem with you…it's the fashion industry that does not create quality."

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Meanwhile, a fourth praised Yolanda and penned: "You make me so confident with me thank you."

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Another agreed: "Ahhh you make me so much more confident with my 65A’s."

A further added: "Definitely felt this."

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