Largest women find equality in the UK !!!

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  1. faceking

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    Women get bra price equality - Yahoo! News

    Asda, Britain's second-biggest food retailer and owned by U.S. giant Wal-Mart, says it will no longer charge women more for bigger bras in its George fashion range.
    "We're putting an end once and for all to one of the last prejudices -- that of the bigger-busted woman," said brand director Fiona Lambert in a statement.
    "From now on, all bras at George will be exactly the same price from A cup through to F cup."
     
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    Shucks... I botched the subject line

    Larger chest women....


    it should/coulda read.
     
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    Yet I still have to pay more for "big boy" condoms when everyone else gets them for free at the bars...

    *grins and winks*
     
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    I think smaller women are discriminated against when it comes to clothes, why should I pay the same price for my size ten dress that someone who's a size 20 pays for hers when hers has twice the material.
     
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    You obviously haven't been shopping for bigger clothes. Anything 1/2 descent is at least double the price of the normal sizes
     
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    Huh? :confused: In the US plus sizes start at 18 and they always pay more because there is more fabric.
     
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    There are loads of shops here where the sizes go from 8 to 20+ and they're the same price.
     
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