When twelve-year-old girls are tweeting about their boobs not being “big enough,” you know we have a problem. If a girl is not a Double D by the age of thirteen she’s teased mercilessly. Boys say you can’t call yourself a if you have no boobs. We’re getting surgeries instead of thicker skin and self-esteem because it’s the “normal” thing to do, and the mainstream media agree with all of the above.This short book of personal essays is about that “boobless” life in America; how society shames small-breasted women and perpetuates the belief that when it comes to our chest, bigger is best. This is a message of support and empowerment, reminding all women that theyre more than their breasts — and they can certainly look their best in their own “flat” chest.