Apparently not, in the UK... Women challenge Marks & Spencer bra pricing policy LONDON Busty women have banded together to battle Britain's largest clothing retailer over a surcharge for extra-large brassieres. Frustrated with failed attempts to convince Marks & Spencer to drop a 2 pound ($3) extra charge for sizes DD and larger, the women plan to take their fight to the company's annual meeting. "They aren't listening to customers, maybe they'll listen to shareholders," said Beckie Williams, a founder of Busts 4 Justice who has purchased a share of M&S stock so she can attend the meeting. "People think it would be great to have big boobs, but it's an emotional issue, it can make you feel isolated, and shopping at Marks & Spencer can make you feel like a freak when they charge you extra." The group, which has grown to several thousand members via Facebook, seems to have tapped into a reserve of resentment. "Women have kept this to themselves," Williams said. "The outpouring has to do with women venting their frustration." Before you rush out and join the facebook group, know that Marks and Spencer gave in on this and the prices are now even... but how do people feel about this?