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Hello all!

I am a new member; I joined this community a few hours ago and read through most of the posts. They seemed brilliant. I reckon this is embarrassing but I'll ask you something anyway. I am nearly 20 this year and I weigh about 54 kg. I am not fat, nor am I thin, just fit or average? I have been doing different kinds of exercises but not on a day do day basis. How can I flatten my bum so it won't expose a lot, and how can I make my chest (including my brests) thinner so it's easier for me to dress anything without having to expose my breasts. If you want to know, my size is A 34. I am sick of trying on the clothes that you can easily see my breasts. I don't like this.
Thanks a BUNCH. Oh and I don't know if it's acceptable here, but do let me know otherwise.
Have a good day/night! =)
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From:katie_keysburg
Date:May 28th, 2008 04:17 pm (UTC)
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You cannot change your body shape through exercise. Losing weight overall may make your chest and butt smaller, but maybe not, as the body is really capricious about where it loses fat from. Also, you are already pretty thin so I wouldn't recommend losing anyway weight. But no exercise will make your but flatter or your breasts smaller.

Frankly, I am confused, because butts, breasts and curves are what make you female, and you should appreciate them.
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From:fotographii
Date:May 28th, 2008 07:29 pm (UTC)
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Ah, interesting. No ... the thing is that my legs are slender, but my bum just pops out easily if you get me? It's like a massssssssiiiivvvveeee curve between my back and my legs ... so it's kind of unbalanced.

Oh I do appreciate them, but I don't like when I look at my bum's size through the mirror, but thank you very much! Appreciate it. x
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From:katie_keysburg
Date:May 28th, 2008 07:32 pm (UTC)
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building muscle on the thighs may help "balance" then.. think running, biking, squats, wall sits, leg press, inner and outer thigh machines/lifts presses
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