Some people get confused by the terms with breasts and without breasts.
We use these terms as a gender-inclusive way to ask whether or not a person has breasts.
Nearly every clothing company has two main categories for their clothing: menswear and womenswear. These garment designs are usually based off of the ideal or average body. Meaning, for womenswear, the designer will likely make a garment for a body with breasts, narrow shoulders, a smaller waist and wide hips.
These characteristics are generally thought of as the typical characteristics of a woman's body. However, we believe it is best to stay away from this; no body is average and we want to build a gender-inclusive environment.
We do not want to exclude anyone and we think that body shape ≠ gender. That's why we use the terminology with breasts and without breasts, simply asking whether a person has breast tissue or not.
Any user can draft any pattern on our site, as long as they provide the required measurements. Which for some patterns includes measurements that are only relevant if you have breasts.
If you are binding, use the without breasts patterns, and use the cirumference of your binded chest as chest measurement