Boobs: We all have them, but for some reason, we are always made to feel ashamed of them.
They're too big, they're not big enough, they're not even, they're not perky, they're too perky, the list goes on. In fact just having breasts at all is SO 2015 according to Vogue.
And now, the Plastic Surgery Group has published its cosmetic trend predictions for 2017, and guess what, it's not your boobs that are the "problem," it's your nipples.
"We have seen a 30 percent rise in women requesting a smaller nipple size in the last year," the report says.
Apparently, 2017 is the year that we are all going to trade them in for for a smaller, sleeker pair. A bit like your Dad when he goes through his late-stage mid-life crisis and buys a two-seater sports car…
But it gets worse!
"We found that patients with smaller-sized nipples rated high in attractiveness than those with larger nipples," adds the Plastic Surgery Group.
Should we just delete our Tinder profile now? Should we live a life of solitude, in fear of someone discovering that our nipples have not been deemed "attractive"?
NO, WE REALLY SHOULDN'T.
Your nipples are part of your human anatomy. We have them so that we can breastfeed, not so people can judge us on the size of them. Big, small, or somewhere in-between, you just do you.
Now can someone dislodge my eyeballs from the back of my skull.
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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.