According to the news today, Kira Knightley has asked the studio that produced her latest movie to NOT enhance her breasts digitally in the promotional material and posters. This was done in 2004 to promote one of her movies, and she didn't appreciate it. She is also my hero for posing topless, small breasts and all:
Kira has definitely sent a message that we can be proud of our small breasts, just as they are.
Kate Hudson is my second hero. And the media supported her body image as "beautiful" (small breasts and all) by putting her on the cover of People's 100 most beautiful people issue:
Kate is especially my hero because she proudly shows off lack of cleavage, consistently wearing low cut tops to show her chest. It's as if she is making a statement to the media that her body is beautiful, just the way it is. No surgery or push up bras necessary!
These two gals are my heros for making it socially acceptable and even beautiful to have small breasts. And for letting us know that even women who have more than enough money to enhance them, are happy with their bodies just the way they are.