She was afraid that her top would come undone, so she tested out her bathing suit under a torrent of water and to her surprise it held up. She was not sure if she should embrace or conceal her feminine traits. She loved the way her new bathing suit looked on her, but it was so revealing and she was basically a shy girl. She wore it because it was in style, and girls all across the country started wearing bikinis. She thought about wearing it as a mutiny against her parents, as her mom preferred her to wear more subdued clothing, which always made her feel as though her body was something to be ashamed of, and this caused her a lot of humiliation. The suit would work out great for being in the water, but it did not hide an inch of her body, instead it exposed so much of her, all of those girly parts that she never wanted anyone to see.
She always heard people say that there was no need to have breasts any bigger than a mouthful, but at sixteen, she was still flat as a post. The truth often hurts and she was tired of wearing A-cup size bras, but she knew there was no method available for her to flex her chest muscles to increase her breast size, as this could only be done by improving her posture, and pushing her breasts further forward to make them appear to be firmer and fuller. She would never win a beauty pageant title and she was OK with that, but she had to get off this merry-go-round of hiding her body in public.
Written for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Mutiny, for the Daily Spur prompt – Post, for FOWC with Fandango – Top, for March Writing Prompts – The truth often hurts, for Ragtag Community – Afraid, for Reena’s Exploration Challenge #125 prompt – Women and womanhood, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Flex Title Merry-Go-Round, for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt – Torrent and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Country.