Qs from a female reader

Care to provide your views? 😊


I love your blog so much and have read almost all the posts. Being a female, I always wonder what the opposite sex thinks. I do have a question and hope you would reply with your opinion:

I love going braless. There’s been numerous research online about how braless is so good and can prevent cancer. I feel good braless and my husband loves it too and encourages me to go braless. Always braless & panty-less at home. Several times went out braless like shopping, salon etc. Mostly I don’t really bother to conceal it bcos I wear tudung. If look closely I think people can see that I am not wearing bra bcos of the pokies, the bouncing (I have 38D) and shape. My question :

1. Do guys notice what female with tudung are wearing? I mean, do u guys check them out or straight away skip them? I’ve noticed several women braless or panty less but wearing tudung. I think they probably assume men don’t look cos they are wearing headscarf. Is that the case?

2. I want to go braless to work. Do u think SG society ready to accept the fact that women are free to dress as they please?


Thanks for the compliment! Comments and compliments keep me going on updating my blog. It is even more encouraging to have female readers onboard!

Seems you are finding reasons to justify for not wearing a bra? 😁 Well, I’m pretty sure in the comfort of own residences, most ladies would wear no bra. But to be fair, no bra also means breasts will tend to sag more as one ages, particularly in your case which the boobs are big.

On your questions..

1. Personally, I would look out for pokies, panty lines if the lady is clad in semi/tight-fitting clothes. For women in tudong, cardigan, I usually won’t check them out as like you said, chances of seeing pokies/pantyline thru an extra layer of fabric is very low..

Yes, I agree with you that they don’t bother cuz they assume men won’t really look. Looks like me and probably many others of my gender are wrong. 😄

2. During my 2 wks of vacation in Europe, I came across more women with no bra on, than the combined no. I seen in SG across a few years. So much I wish, I think braless in SG is still not widely practiced. But again, YOLO. If you feel liberated with no bra on, just go ahead! The world will be a happier place if more ladies think like you! 😊