Last week I received an email from David, who wrote, “I know it is wrong and women would say why would you want to wear something that is so unconfortable as a bra, but I am 5 ft 5 inches (about 135-140 lbs) hetrosexual male who does not believe in crossdressing. Trust me, I have breasts that are bigger than normal. My wife is OK with it and I have tried wearing one but it feel like you can never forget you have one on. I just want to look like a regular guy at work. Should I measure myself another way? I haved tried a 38A and it is not perfect.”
Now, David is not come crazy guy. Actually, male breasts or gynecomastia or moobs are way more common than you think making it harder for men to go to the beach and workout with other men for the fear of undressing in public.
The number one reason, of course, is obesity. And we know that two out of three men are overweight/obese in the US right now. In other words a lot of men realize that they have something that they do not want. Some teenagers start to notice this and panic. In most cases, once their hormones are in balance a few years later, they should go away, but if they don’t or if you realize that as a teenager your life is being jeopardized, you should consult a pediatrician and then a plastic surgeon, who would most likely also choose to have a thorough horomnal analysis done before suggesting anything.