In a resurfaced TikTok video, content creator Harper Kaminski is revealing her thoughts about people staring at her for simply having a larger chest.
In the clip, she looked into the camera, making direct eye contact, and wrote, “When an adult gives me bad looks for wearing a bikini with big boobs.”
In the background, she also played an audio clip that asked, “Why don’t you mind your own business, you old f–k?”
The video has racked up over 982,000 views – with many users in the comments section agreeing with her about the struggles of having a larger chest.
“WHAT DO THEY WANT US TO DO?” one person commented in agreement. “If I could hide them I would.”
Another seconded the sentiment, typing, “Ppl always sexualize our normal outfits just because they’re bigger.”
Someone else agreed, writing, “Like am i supposed to wear a baggy tshirt to the beach???”
“No fr and even my friends make comments when I’m wearing a normal shirt I’m ‘revealing a lot’ like what am I supposed to do?” one user questioned. “Cut them off?”
Another TikToker joked, “No cuz fr where am I supposed to put them? It’s not like I can put them in my pocket.”
The Post reached out to Kaminski for further comment.
However, in recent months, Kaminski is not the only one who has spoken out about the struggles of having a larger chest and the potential looks that people can receive from strangers.
In January, model Jazmyne Day, who has M-cup-sized breasts, revealed that Americans treat her like a “piece of meat” just because of the size of her chest.
“They will laugh and point, or stop and stare,” Day told News.com.au. “They won’t make an effort to hide what they are doing.”
She explained that she felt particularly judged by those in America and in the United Kingdom.
Day continued, “I feel like they forget I’m still a human being. Just a human being with huge boobs.”
And, last November, another TikToker named Polska Babinks alleged that she was not allowed into a restaurant in Paris due to the fact that she was showing “too much” cleavage.
In the video, she and her friend walk up to the restaurant to try to enter, but the male owner tells them that they are not “dressed properly.”
“My friend Tootatis and I were prevented from entering this restaurant because of our cleavage,” Babinks wrote in the text placed on top of the video, which was translated from French.
Another woman alleged last May that TikTok was taking down her videos because they were “too sexual.”
TikToker Arianna Perez explained that she believed that the social media platform is targeting her content for no reason and they wanted to attempt to “censor fat bodies.”
“Well I do have big boobs, but otherwise you guys purposely say that my videos are too sexual when they aren’t,” she wrote.