Let's get one thing straight: boobs are boobs. They can be round or flat, plump or small, pointy or saggy, wide-set, or forward-facing. And did you know there are eight different types of nipples? That's right. And what's crazy is that the world expects all our boobs to be the same, to fit into some "perfect" mold—which usually includes a form-fitting bra.
Look closely: These nipples are not quite as they seem.
The Growing Child- Teenager (13 to 18 Years)
World, meet Just Nips — stick-on nipple shields to make your natural nipples look extra hard and chilly. Created by New Yorker Molly Borman, the Just Nips stick-ons come in two sizes, "cold" and "freezing" and were created in a bid to help women "feel good in their skin, comfortable with their bodies, super-empowered when they wear this product. Now, if at this point, you're wondering who would buy such a product, just know this: Borman has sold out of Just Nips supplies twice in the past few months - once ahead of the Women's March and again ahead of Valentine's Day. According to Borman, the stick-ons are aimed not just at women who want to experiment and have fun with their fashion, but also breast cancer survivors who may no longer have nipples, and members of the transgender community. Listen: Forget about Just Nips, according to one male inventor vagina lipstick is the solution to all of your period problems. Post continues
The teen years are also called adolescence. This is a time for growth spurts and puberty changes sexual maturation. A teen may grow several inches in several months, followed by a time of very slow growth. Then they may have another growth spurt. Puberty changes may happen slowly.
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