Woman with one breast larger than the other says she won't be having surgery
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Imogen Grace, 26, is fully embracing her body and turned down surgery on the NHS to augment her breasts.
The content creator wears a size 38H for her larger breast, while her other one is estimated to be about half the size.
Imogen noticed pretty early on that her breasts were growing at different rates: "I was only 11 when I went through puberty, and my boobs came in quite early.
"I was in year eight when I started noticing I had bigger boobs than everyone else but one was significantly bigger.
"It got to around year 11 of high school and I told my mum who took me to the doctors and they weren't shocked at all.
"They just said I'd grow into it but to come back at 18 if I hadn't and I could have surgery."
While Imogen did go back at 18, she decided not to have surgery: "There was something bothering me in that I felt like I didn't want surgery, I just didn't feel like the size difference was bothering me."
So, she ditched the surgery, and Imogen's since dubbed herself The Queen of Odd Baps and has gained a pretty decent following on TikTok and OnlyFans.
She's now turned her healthy body image into something of a business: "When I went on TikTok, I established my niche of odd boobs and that's now my niche on OnlyFans."
Having odd-sized boobs hasn't had much of an impact on Imogen's relationships either: "I've had partners and they aren't fazed by it, I'm not fazed by it, so I don't see the point in correcting something that doesn't really bother me."
Unfortunately, though, Imogen still receives cruel comments online: "Everybody has an opinion on my boobs. I do get a lot of nasty comments but I just scroll past them. If it is really bad, I will block them."
Still, she has a great sense of humour about the comments, adding: "I get 'Biggie Smalls' a lot or 'Nemo' and I laugh at it - I find it funny!
"If I go to my friends' houses, we scroll through the comments and have a laugh at the odd jokes."
Honestly, if that's not the best way to handle harsh comments, we don't know what is.
Imogen has also encouraged others to embrace their bodies: "I feel like we are all unique, we all look different, and that's what makes us, us.
"Just own it, own your body - own your boobs!"
Couldn't have said it better ourselves.