Women’s breasts are essentially made of out a collection of fatty, fibrous tissues that cover the chest muscles. This is why when women build up a strong set of chest muscles, they become flat-chested (the fat covering the muscles get burned off). The fat covering the chest muscles of women gives the breasts shape and a soft feel. However, unlike male breasts, female breasts also hold lobules, which are the milk producing glands. In addition, we also have milk ducts. During lactation, we produce milk which comes out of the ends of our lobules. The overall combination of these things makes our breasts full and round compared to male chests.
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