I'm 'freeing the tatas' in 2023 – people's 'jaws drop' when they see me without a bra in my white dress | The Sun

A PROUD member of the no bra club has explained how she feels when she "frees the tatas" making people's "jaws drop."

The number of women opting to openly ditch the bra is increasing as they opt for comfort.

The tag #nobraday has over 33million views on TikTok while some women are choosing to go without the undergarment for good.

A number are also ditching the bra in a move to reject social norms and embrace natural body shapes.

Tiktoker Samantha Rose (@srb_media) posted a video on the social media platform addressing these social ideals.

In the video, Samantha is dressed in a simple white maxi dress and films herself in the mirror.

The text reads: "Me freeing the tatas in 2023."

She then admires herself in the mirror until the video cuts to her from another angle as a "woman in the 1700s."

As this woman, she then looks at herself in 2023 and calls her a "h*****" for not wearing a bra.

In a jokey snap back to the woman from the 18th century, she adds: "You don't have rights" before posing in the mirror.

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In the caption Samantha wrote: "This trend has me rolling #freethetatas #womenempowerment."

A viewer commented that their "jaw dropped lol" in reaction to the video.

In another video on her TikTok, Samantha used the same two 'characters'.

She filmed herself saying: "Me existing as a single woman in 2023 who doesn't want kids.

"I don't know I just don't really think I want kids."

It then cuts to the 1700s woman looking shocked and calling her a "w****."

Samantha from 2023 replies: "You're gonna die in childbirth."

She regularly posts content showcasing her acting skills and relatable life experience videos.

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