New submission: verbal

Many years ago, I was walking in a mall and passed a quite big and tall man. He looked down at my breasts and whispered “susunya…” (milk) next to my ear as I passed him.
I walked away as if nothing happened, but felt so embarrassed.

Although this has happened to me many years ago, this disgusting moment has stayed imprinted in my brain. This type of sexual harassment is what makes women feel insecure about the way that they look. For years I dressed in order to hide my breasts, make them look smaller, all in an effort to make sure I don’t get those kinds of comments thrown at me. And even though I have learned to love my body for what it is until this day I still worry whether my breasts are decent enough to be out in public.