Nothing has sparked more controversy within the on-line big boob lovers’ community than the mysterious TW Girl. Originally called “T.W.’s Girl” (the initials of her then-boyfriend) and later foreshortened by cyber-geeks to “TWgirl”, she first appeared on the internet in the late ’90s. Her photos depicted a huge-breasted young girl whose already-massive mammaries seemed to grow even more month after month!
Visitors to the site began fiercely debating amongst themselves, with one side proclaiming her to be a genuine miracle of nature and the other speculating that she was a “morph” (similar to those found on the Breast Expansion Archive). Despite the intense division amongst the ranks, word of TWgirl’s enormous endowments spread like wildfire and her fan base continued to grow, much like her breasts, at an unprecedented rate.
Curiously, the website upon which her pics appeared was totally free, devoid even of 3rd-party sponsorship, effectively releasing the photos into the public domain. Although there was no nudity shown and the face was always blurred (at her request), the breast-obsessed would wait anxiously every Sunday for two new pics to be posted, and this continued until TW’s full catalogue of 207 photos had been exhausted. Then, having effectively reached “urban legend” status, she was never seen nor heard from again…
…until early 2004. Soon after my wife had launched her “VixPix – Tits Out for Multiple Sclerosis” charity site for which I acted as webmaster, I received a comment from one of our visitors lauding Vix’ bravery, as well as her untraditionally innovative approach to fundraising and furthering the cause of MS awareness. She’d mentioned that she was a “big girl”, and that her breasts had caused a great deal of grief in her life, including where the ‘net was concerned.
I began corresponding with our new-found supporter, who spoke openly of her unfortunate experience: She’d been involved in a relationship with a Swedish gentleman by the name of T___ W______ (name blanked to protect the not-so-innocent; anyone for a game of hangman?), who turned out to be more interested in her breasts than with the person behind them. TW became totally obsessive, carrying the camera everywhere they went and demanding photos at every opportunity. He began posting the photos on the internet shortly before they broke up on the worst of terms, and she never wants to hear the letters “T” & “W” together again. Now, she wants only to be known as “Michelle”, the English transliteration of her real name. I congratulated her on a successful escape from what had turned into a psychologically-abusive relationship.
It was through our subsequent conversations that I first learned about Virginal Breast Hypertrophy (or VBH), a condition which causes the breasts to grow at an unnatural rate, and one from which Michelle suffered. This explained why she appeared larger in successive photos, increasing from a 32J to a 32K during her time with TW. Fortunately, in Michelle’s case, the enlargement was bilateral (in many cases, VBH results in a dramatic asymmetry between the two breasts). I was reminded of the case of 20-year-old Isabelle Lanthier, whose bust size grew from a mere 34 inches to a massive 52 inches in just 5 months during pregnancy. I also realized that TW’s photos had unintentionally served as a chronicle of the progression of Michelle’s condition.
For those still following the elusive TW Girl, I’m pleased to report that she’s alive and well: Now 35, Michelle seems truly comfortable with herself and presently has no intentions of undergoing breast reduction surgery – the only known “cure” for VBH. A single mother, she and her daughter left their homeland of Sweden just this past Winter to start a new life in Australia. Considering that she’s spent so much time living in the dreams of boob lovers the world over, it seems only fair that she take the opportunity now to pursue her own. Michelle, you are indeed a true legend (despite the unfortunate circumstances that thrust you there), and we can but wish you all the best.
Here’s a relatively recent photo of Michelle, taken early last year during one of her frequent trips to London (apologies, but I’ve blurred the face in compliance with her wishes). And the rest, as they say, is history…
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