Question: Is it illegal to not wear a bra in Malaysia?

Is it OK if I don’t wear a bra?

“It’s OK to do whatever is comfortable for you. If not wearing a bra feels good to you, that’s fine. If you feel that some support is needed, then maybe a bralette or a wire-free bra would be a happy medium at home. It all depends on what you’re comfortable with.”

Is wearing a bra mandatory?

There’s no “rule” that says all women must wear bras. Some women with larger chests like wearing bras for support, while women simply don’t always feel the need to wear one. Whatever their decision, most women feel confident that it’s their choice to wear one or not.

Does not wearing a bra increase size?

No. A girl’s bra won’t affect the growth of her breasts. That’s because genes and hormones control breast growth, not what a girl wears. Bras don’t make breasts grow or stop growing, but wearing the right-size bra may help you feel more comfortable.

Can I go to work without a bra?

Do you have to wear a bra to work? As with many legal questions in the U.S., the answer is yes and no, legal experts say. Yes, your employer can make you conform to a dress code. At work, clothes are not just clothes ― they send status signals about what kind of workplace your employer wants to be.

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At what age breast stops growing?

For most people, their breasts will stop growing at age 18, though many girl’s breasts tend to stop developing around 2 years after their first period, as puberty slows down. However, the full process can take up to 4 or 5 years and fluctuations in weight can also play a part in breast size.

Why should I sleep without a bra?

Sleeping in a bra can make your breathing more labored and shallow, lowering your usual intake of oxygen. On the other hand, sleeping without a bra better allows you to breathe (and rest) easy.

What countries go braless?

In the past, women and school-age girls in China, Malaysia, Canada, and the United States have been harassed and prosecuted for not wearing a bra. Women have also sued employers for both attempting to require them to go braless, and for harassment and even termination as a result of choosing to be braless.