Yet that's just the thing.
Martens, Disney, Teva have dropped cool-as-hell Pride-themed collections—and they're donating the profits to LGBTQ-friendly charities in turn.
Other companies, both big and small, have made hefty contributions to queer causes before releasing their collabs.
I didn't stress about wearing padded bras.
Bless the sweaters and all things slightly loose-fitting.
So, as a gift-giver, you have a huge responsibility to ensure that your present feels in tune with all of the transitions think, moving from high school to college, taking a gap year, or finding a job happening in the teen's life.
And eventually, after a few years, I became a C-cup.
I think I believed that a bra would magically make my boobs suddenly appear — and that I would finally be a woman.